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    JD 2520

    Default agric tiller

    Does anyone have experience with small Agric brand tillers (45")?
    Use to be JD2210, now JD 2520, 200cx, 62D, 46BH

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    Veteran Member Luremaker's Avatar
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    Kubota L3130HST & NH TC18

    Default Re: agric tiller

    Quote Originally Posted by bkennedy
    Does anyone have experience with small Agric brand tillers (45")?
    I purchased my agric tiller (AFMJ55) with slip clutch used a few years back and I till about 5 acres per year with it every spring and fall. It is a chain drive model. I have very rocky land and I have had no problems with is so far.
    Steve


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    Default Re: agric tiller

    I have an Agric 5' model (not sure which one, it's outside, I'm inside)
    But it's been pretty unstoppable (after I fixed the driveshaft, it was too long)
    I've probably done 40 to 50 acres with it over the past few years.

    Does a real nice job, I've had no problems with it or parts wearing out, etc

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    Silver Member Rockin' G Ranch's Avatar
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    Kubota L4740 HST with FEL

    Default Re: agric tiller

    Quote Originally Posted by bkennedy
    Does anyone have experience with small Agric brand tillers (45")?
    I have an Agric AL-50 that I use for planting about 6 acres of food plots. It was VERY used when I got it 2 years ago. I replaced the chain and a few tines. It does a good job of tilling when I can keep the gearbox support bolts from shearing. I have drilled and tapped the original 10 mm bolt holes on the gearbox for 7/16" bolts (grade 8) and they broke also. I just recently drilled and tapped for 1/2" bolts. Haven't used it with the larger bolts yet. If they shear I will add more support to the drive shaft axle from the gear box to the chain sprocket with U-bolts or something similar. I will also try tilling at the shallowest depth at first and gradually increase the depth on additional passes. If you need parts try dnequipment.com.

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    Elite Member wushaw's Avatar
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    Kubota L2800, 15 hp 372 Mitsubishi

    Default Re: agric tiller

    I have the gear driven 45" that is a year old now that does a great job. Here it is.
    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/a...ew-tiller.html
    Kubota L2800HST, Mitsubishi 372, bh75, 45" Agric tiller, 5' home made disk, 42" Bush hog, PHD, 66" Cammond BB.

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