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 05-18-2003, 21:50 Post: 55085
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The challenge here is to ID this tiller and to find a source for replacement tines.

What I am looking for is an on-line site where I can buy replacement tines. The ones on it are completely worn and I have exhausted all sources for tines locally and am now looking to find some on the net and have them shipped to me.

If you are a tiller guru and know of a source for seemingly obscure tines, please post here or e-mail me at "xltget1 at hotmail.com"

I am supplying a link to a photo gallery with pics of the tiller and the tines for the gurus to view. Click on the thumbnails to view the fullsize pic.

I'm thinking a real tiller guru will have no trouble with this.





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 05-18-2003, 22:58 Post: 55090
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RebelYell -

Aha...I have seen this before, now all I must do is remember where! There is a web page that has a host of different manufacturers, about 200 different ones actually. Give me ady or two to find it for you.

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 05-19-2003, 07:02 Post: 55093
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Willie, it's called CRS. I have a very bad case of it myself. Kuhn offers a couple of variations of it but not! Good luck!






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 05-19-2003, 23:00 Post: 55138
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Thanks a bunch WillieH and Art White. I would be grateful for any help with this. After reading all through this forum and seeing the knowledge the members here have on tillers and such, I knew someone here would be able to solve this nagging problem.

I am new here, but I really enjoy coming here every day and reading.






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 05-20-2003, 08:00 Post: 55156
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RebelYell -

I think Art hit the nail on the head - CRS...bad case!
I searched for my doc's on these babies, but haven't found quite what I'm looking for ...yet - when I do, I'll send it your way.

In the mean time, I want to say that it is either a Chinese, Korean or Italian made tiller. Caroni makes a tiller, as well as the brand that (curse,curse) Kioti puts in their package deals. I believe that that is a Rhino brand, either Chinese or Korean made. I have not seen many tillers with tines of this character, most are righthand and lefthand "L" configurations.
Now that I've taken you around the world, I'll keep searching my files.

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 05-21-2003, 22:33 Post: 55314
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CRS? I am not familiar with that. What is CRS?






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 05-22-2003, 21:47 Post: 55391
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Aha! So that's it. I racked my brain trying to fathom a guess at what CRS could possibly be. Thanks for clarifying that for me!






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See...... You couldn't remember either.






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A Kubota 522R Gray market tine sold by Clean Cutter
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