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    Default How big of a tiller can a kubota bx 1860 power

    I just bought a kubota bx 1860 to replace my recently blown up ford 6n. I always borrowed my neighbors 4 ft tiller for the 3 point. Well between my tractor blowing up and he is moving I'm stuck having to buy one. So just wondering what is the biggest you guys have had luck with on the bx thanks for the help.

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    Default Re: How big of a tiller can a kubota bx 1860 power

    Quote Originally Posted by Stewart5539 View Post
    I just bought a kubota bx 1860 to replace my recently blown up ford 6n. I always borrowed my neighbors 4 ft tiller for the 3 point. Well between my tractor blowing up and he is moving I'm stuck having to buy one. So just wondering what is the biggest you guys have had luck with on the bx thanks for the help.
    48 inch .
    Here is my BX with that size tiller.
    Tractors 2003 Kubota BX1500 / 2004 Kubota Bx23 / 2005 Kubota BX1500.
    Attachments 60'' Front Blade/48'' Rear Tiller/FEL/Back Hoe /
    60'' MMM/Clamp on Forks/48'' MMM
    South of Canton Ohio L .B

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    Wow and it doesn't have any power issues. I was hoping I would be able to get that size thanks alot for the reply.

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    Default Re: How big of a tiller can a kubota bx 1860 power

    There are 48" and then there are 48" XB models. I do not know if there is a recommended PTO horse power difference between them, but I really enjoyed the XB sized implements on the BX1860.
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    Default Re: How big of a tiller can a kubota bx 1860 power

    I think the question really is, what are you actually tilling? already tilled garden and nothing else? are you tilling between plants? 40-48 in is good for between plants or just making sure you have all the power pto power you need in virgin, clay, rocky soil. If you are just tilling sand or tilling a fluffy soil, 5 footer will be fine, no matter what others try to tell you.

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    We sell the Phoenix T4-48 for $1475 including commercial business delivery within 1000 miles of Wilson, NC. Ken Sweet
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    Thanks for the help

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    Default Re: How big of a tiller can a kubota bx 1860 power

    Who makes the tiller you show in the picture? I just bought my 1860 and looking for reliable attachements. TY in advance

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    Default Re: How big of a tiller can a kubota bx 1860 power

    welcome to tractorsbynet i would look at a 4 foot wide tiller if you gp new get a TSC brand i had a 5 footer for along time the only problem with a tiller they break the drive chain not a big deal buy some spare links then when it breaks you can repair it and as far as other 3pt stuff stick with 4 foot equipment gd luck

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    Default Re: How big of a tiller can a kubota bx 1860 power

    Quote Originally Posted by Bubba DaVinci View Post
    Who makes the tiller you show in the picture? I just bought my 1860 and looking for reliable attachements. TY in advance
    We sell a new Tarter 4 ft geardrive for $1595 + shipping. Ken Sweet
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