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 03-30-2006, 20:44 Post: 126922
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landpride RTR0550, RTR1050 both reverse tilling
landpride RTA 1050 front tilling
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Woods GTC52
to be used on a Kubota BX23 compact tractor and all will have slip clutches.
Which one should I buy?, at what price? and why? any others to consider?






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 04-01-2006, 06:18 Post: 126995
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We've had excellent luck with the Kuhn and that is our brand by customer choice. We did sell Wood's and there are Landpride being sold nearby but the customers rave about the Kuhns job as well as tine life from the commercial garden tillers. Keep about the forty inch mark and you should be good. The Kuhn we use is 42" wide. The Kuhn tiller slides the whole frame with the gearbox for offset so it is always inline with the driveshaft to cut unnessasary vibration when raising and lowering. Do make sure your driveshaft is cut to the proper length to not cause damage to the drive system.






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 04-01-2006, 16:03 Post: 127010
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What would a unit like that Kuhn42" cost??






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 04-01-2006, 16:19 Post: 127011
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I'm off the cuff here with this but about 1900.






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 04-02-2006, 06:39 Post: 127028
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I have a JD 2210. Last year I bought the Woods GTC 52 tiller and have been very pleased. I looked at a number of tillers including my top choices of Land Pride and Deere. Both were very good but more costly than the Woods Tiller. I paid $1320 plus tax for mine in Wausau, WI. However, I think I got in before steel prices went up and that was part of the difference between the Deere ($500 more) and Woods prices. I believe they are both made by Woods.

My Woods tiller works well and is very quiet. Easy to hook up (I use an I-Match hitch) (see pics). I'd buy it all over again.

Some folks here like King Kutter. Inexpensive, sometimes on sale at Fleet Farm, but people say the paint chips easily.

B. Meyer






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Paints chips! Who would care?
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 04-09-2006, 20:09 Post: 127448
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Maybe if We knew what your plans are for this tiller, it would make the suggestions change. Also, do you want it to be pretty and color matched or would you rather have a grand or a bit less more in your pocket book? KK has never got a bad post here (that I can remember) on how it works except for the paint. I bought the woods 72" rotarty cutter but opted for the KK tiller. In hind sight I should of saved $400 and bought the KK cutter too. (I have no problems with the woods except that it cost me more money and I dont like that Laughing out loud)






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