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    Default CountyLine Tillers

    Ordered the 2122654 from TSC 3/19/12 and picked up on 4/6/12 . When we got the tiller unloaded and started to assemble we found it was shipped with wrong parts! And the wrong part had a big X on it as if to say so.

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    Default Re: CountyLine Tillers

    Like the saying goes. "What does that have to do with the price of tea in China?" Are you asking a question or just vent some frustration?
    Carefull what you aim for, Aim for nothing and you will achieve it with amazing accuracy.

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    Default Re: CountyLine Tillers

    Just venting! I would like to get the garden planted with the early crops, And some Bozo decides that even though the wrong part is on the pallet with the tiller we will ship it anyway.

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    Just wait....you'llove it! I bought one last year and it works great.
    Carefull what you aim for, Aim for nothing and you will achieve it with amazing accuracy.

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    Default Re: CountyLine Tillers

    Can someone say "box store" bargain? Ken Sweet
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    Sweet Farm Equipment LLC (Internet Sales, Shipping All States)
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    1815 Defries Rd., Canmer, Ky 42722 Toll Free 1-866-528-3323
    Ken Sweet sweet@scrtc.com

    Shipping Example: Can ship 800 lbs from Ky. to Dallas for $165
    The Northeast shipping corridor is a little more expensive.

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    Default Re: CountyLine Tillers

    Well i learned my lesson last Friday. Went TSC and they had 5" countyline on sale 1499.99. Loaded one up and went home { 50 mi. one way} Took it out of the crate and proceeded to assemble. Long story short--- arm holes wouldn't line line up with 3-point side plates and reinforcement plates were welded on the wrong side. Couldn't have been much QC going here. Me says, if they can't even weld the plates on the right side---then what else such as gears and bearings ain't right either? Loaded it back up and carried it back that day. They wanted to exchange -- I got my money back and left! I did waste an entire day---but---I learned a lesson that I won't EVER FORGET! Think I will just buy the Phoenix by Sicma and call it a day--- unless someone here with first hand experience on a particular brand can change my mind.
    I'm done

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    Default Re: CountyLine Tillers

    Quote Originally Posted by lastborn View Post
    Well i learned my lesson last Friday. Went TSC and they had 5" countyline on sale 1499.99. Loaded one up and went home { 50 mi. one way} Took it out of the crate and proceeded to assemble. Long story short--- arm holes wouldn't line line up with 3-point side plates and reinforcement plates were welded on the wrong side. Couldn't have been much QC going here. Me says, if they can't even weld the plates on the right side---then what else such as gears and bearings ain't right either? Loaded it back up and carried it back that day. They wanted to exchange -- I got my money back and left! I did waste an entire day---but---I learned a lesson that I won't EVER FORGET! Think I will just buy the Phoenix by Sicma and call it a day--- unless someone here with first hand experience on a particular brand can change my mind.
    I'm done
    We have the 5 ft Tarter made in the USA for $1695 + 125 shipping to a downtown mainstreet business or picked up at the local truck terminal or the Italian Phoenix T10-GE 58" for $2325 Delivered to business or terminal in SC. Ken Sweet
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    Sweet Farm Equipment LLC (Internet Sales, Shipping All States)
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    1815 Defries Rd., Canmer, Ky 42722 Toll Free 1-866-528-3323
    Ken Sweet sweet@scrtc.com

    Shipping Example: Can ship 800 lbs from Ky. to Dallas for $165
    The Northeast shipping corridor is a little more expensive.

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    Default Re: CountyLine Tillers

    Ken, the T10 Series Rotary Tillers from Phoenix are made to fit tractors from 30-50 PTO horsepower. I have a kubota B3200 with only 23 PTO HP. Is this tiller TOO much for my tractor?
    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by lastborn View Post
    Ken, the T10 Series Rotary Tillers from Phoenix are made to fit tractors from 30-50 PTO horsepower. I have a kubota B3200 with only 23 PTO HP. Is this tiller TOO much for my tractor?
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    I don't think so. I was trying to compare apples to apples with all geardrive tillers I quoted. The lighter T5 Phoenix would not be comparable. Ken Sweet
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    Sweet Farm Equipment LLC (Internet Sales, Shipping All States)
    Shipping Facility
    1815 Defries Rd., Canmer, Ky 42722 Toll Free 1-866-528-3323
    Ken Sweet sweet@scrtc.com

    Shipping Example: Can ship 800 lbs from Ky. to Dallas for $165
    The Northeast shipping corridor is a little more expensive.

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    Default Re: CountyLine Tillers

    Quote Originally Posted by lastborn View Post
    Well i learned my lesson last Friday. Went TSC and they had 5" countyline on sale 1499.99. Loaded one up and went home { 50 mi. one way} Took it out of the crate and proceeded to assemble. Long story short--- arm holes wouldn't line line up with 3-point side plates and reinforcement plates were welded on the wrong side. Couldn't have been much QC going here. Me says, if they can't even weld the plates on the right side---then what else such as gears and bearings ain't right either? Loaded it back up and carried it back that day. They wanted to exchange -- I got my money back and left! I did waste an entire day---but---I learned a lesson that I won't EVER FORGET! Think I will just buy the Phoenix by Sicma and call it a day--- unless someone here with first hand experience on a particular brand can change my mind.
    I'm done
    You say that you proceeded to assemble, you mean that the unit that you purchased did not have the A-frames already bolted on?

    Sicma T4 Series Tractor Rotary Tillers

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    McGee Farm Equipment, Inc
    2119 Hwy 49 South
    Florence, MS 39073
    Tel: 601-644-2004

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