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  1. #11
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    Dec 2012
    Malaga, Spain
    Mitsubishi Mt1401D

    Default Re: What type of rotavator is in the photo?

    Likewise, i had a 3 point hitch fitted to my Mitsubishi MT1401d for other uses. It is in fact a Iseki 3 point hitch that the supplier just had to bolt a top bracket on for. I also had a tow hitch fitted at the same time for trailers. This has then made the tractor very versatile including a set of forks on the back. The rice tiller will be no problem particluary when i need it for leveling the top of the tracks in the centre and then just taking away the soil nwith the front loader. Living here with very hot summers (40 deg centigrade +) and very little rain it is a question of working on the ground at the right time - idealy after we have had rain and it is softer! Even now in the winter the tracks and soil are hard!

  2. #12
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    Oct 2013

    Default Re: What type of rotavator is in the photo?

    Iseki tiller.

    Here's another question about the tiller :

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