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Small tractor for Garden 50 X 30 Mowing along Driveway 1 2 Mile

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ronald65
Join Date: Aug 2005
Posts: 107 Montana
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2008-09-29          156914


I am looking at A Kubota B 2320 or v2620 or 7510 with Hydro, I want 60 in mower and Tiller to Cover Wheel Tracks. I have GL4630 so don't need Loader. Any suggestions? Ron

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JOHNWTHOMAS
Join Date: Oct 2004
Posts: 48 SOMERSET, KY
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2008-09-30          156929


Any of the B's should handle that and the BX2350 will probably do it. ....

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candoarms
Join Date: Mar 2007
Posts: 1932 North Dakota
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2008-10-01          156964


Ron,

In order to cover the wheel tracks with a tiller, you're going to need a tractor with a minimum of 30hp.

You might be able to get by with a slightly smaller tractor, but you'll have to go very slow with the tiller, and make several passes, going a bit deeper with each successive pass.

Turf tires will increase the width of a tractor by a quite a bit, as the turf tires are much wider than ag (R1) tires. If you have ag tires on the tractor, and move the wheels in to the narrowest setting, you might be able to cover the wheel tracks using a 50" tiller.......and therefore you might be able to get by with a tractor in the 25hp range.

Joel ....

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