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Tiller 3 point hitch setting

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jamesthomas
Join Date: May 2012
Posts: 2 Florida
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2012-05-24          183638


I have a Kubbota compact and tiller with a 3 point hitch set up. Last year it worked great. Ground finished off level and ready for planting. This year I must have set something up wrong because I have these rolls in my garden. The bottom set up is straight foreward but how do I determine the top setting? Could this be causing the roll. When I say roll I mean the ground doesn't level out. Its like running a dozier and moving the blade up and down causing a wash board. I have tried adjusting but so far nothing has corrected it. I used my disc to level every thing back out before I start again. Any help will do thanks

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Tiller 3 point hitch setting

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auerbach
Join Date: Sep 2007
Posts: 2168 West of Toronto
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2012-05-24          183639


You can change the top-link length, but that may not be the answer. Try tilling shallower and moving the tractor slower. Sounds like the tiller digs in and bogs down, (pulling the rear of the tractor down), then lets go, and repeats the cycle. ....

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kthompson
Join Date: Oct 2005
Posts: 5219 South Carolina
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2012-05-24          183640


Does your tractor have a "DRAFT" setting for it's lift? If so be doing what this sounds like. It will lift and lower the tiller depending on it's sensing system. ....

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