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 03-12-2005, 12:06 Post: 107835
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Sorry for the harsh subject title I thought it was needed in this case to get any prospective buyers attention.
The MILLS FLEET FARM stores in the upper central states have a great deal going. Other members turned me on to a price at a wausau Wi. branch. I called the one nearest me and explained I am 75 miles away and the sale ends today. The deal I cut was on a 72" KK tiller and I can pick it up next week. Sale price is $1199. Thats a good price alone but if you sign up for their mills fleet card on the day I buy it I will get an additional 10% off anything I buy. That make the price of this tiller $1079!
If your goping to buy a KK tiller this spring I highly recomend you call and do the same as me. (If your in our area or Search for store locations near you)
That is a 72" KK tiller for $1079.
the 60" $1099 and with the credit sign up it would be $989
Great deals and it all end today unless you call and give em a sob story of why you cant make it there today. I was impressed that they told me dont worry about it and they would hold me the price till next week. Cool huh! Looks like I am a tiller owner






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 03-12-2005, 12:52 Post: 107836
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Great price on that tiller, congratulations.
If I remember right I think I paid just under $1100 for a KK 60" tiller 5 years ago.






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 03-12-2005, 15:16 Post: 107848
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Although I dont really have the fluid money available right now I should have it in a month or two. I am selling my old tractor soon. I need to bite the bullet because the price is not going down in the future of steel (I see that now) I will buy one sometime this year and for the price I need to buy it now. The standard price is between $1450 and $1600 for the 72" model around here. The price tag of $1079 I can't beat and I would be a fool to wait and pay more in a few months. I hope this helps someone else out that is looking to buy one soon. I know its last minuite but ya never know.






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 03-18-2005, 07:40 Post: 108216
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That's an incredible deal! I just bought a new 48" KK II and paid $1136. It works like a charm though.






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 03-19-2005, 06:00 Post: 108298
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I need to amend my posting. It was $100 more than I stated
$1195. I ave no idea how I came up with 100 less. I am looking right at the flyer and must of had a brain fart. The price is still a great one though. Now Its killin me cause its sitting on my trailer in my driveway. We just got around a foot of snow up at my place and I defered the trip there cause of the strom and the contract vote this morning.






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 03-19-2005, 08:22 Post: 108307
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Its a good time to put the tiller on the tractor and see how it fits.
Sometimes the PTO shaft may need shortened to fit your machine. You may get lucky and the shaft is just right without cutting.
They also come shipped without oil in the gearboxes.






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 03-19-2005, 17:57 Post: 108330
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DK, I'm glad I noticed that sticker talking about no gear lube when I picked up my 60" KK tiller today. Course, I only bought two quarts of gear lube. So I had to make another run to town. Sucks because they have tubs of baby chickens and ducks. I had my 10 yr old sister with me and I couldn't drag her away!! I wanted to go play with my new toy!!

I don't have it running yet as I had to get dinner ready. It's also in the high 30's with a strong wind. No time be outside as it's just bloody cold on the ears.






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 03-19-2005, 19:44 Post: 108338
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One other thing to look for on KK attachments is sometimes they tape the owners manuals up underneath the deck.
It was either my tiller or brushmower (don't remember which) that I used for some time, just happened to look up underneath one day and there was an owners manual taped under the deck.Laughing out loud
Wasn't in to good of reading condition any longer...






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 03-20-2005, 07:40 Post: 108356
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I had been following discussions of the KK tille before I went and bought mine. I certainly agree that part of the cost savings is in their paint system. Whew! It ain't pretty and the shipping crate took it's share of paint off. Then they obviously spend no money on gear lube or grease.

Did anyone try to adjust the side skids? Ever notice that you can't use all the holes? Why spend the money on making holes in steel if you can't use them? Also, the side plate of the chain drive had a bolt missing due to the plate not aligning with the casting perfectly. I'll watch that one for a possibel fluid leak.

It's clear they don't run the same quality standards as other manufacturers. But then, the cost is less. I'll run it through the garden after church and see how it works.

BTW, it would be nice if they listed the amount of fluid needed in the manual.






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 03-20-2005, 09:50 Post: 108362
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Just got thru the Sunday paper and I see that Mills Fleet Farm in Wausau, WI is continuing their KK Tiller Sale. The 60" is priced at $1119.99; the 72" at $1384.99. In addition you still get an extra 10% if you open a new account with them.






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