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    Default What type of rotavator is in the photo?

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    Happy New Year to all.

    Can anyone tell me the manufacturer of the rotatvator shown on the back of my Mitsubishi Mt1401d? I want to find out the required maintenance for it and also where to get parts in the future. Apart from what looks like am inspection cover (small round plastic plug) in the middle shaft on top (for oil?) there are some grease points.

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    Alan

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

    Looks like one of those 'rice' tillers. I don't know the name brand.
    Don

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

    Quote Originally Posted by cencerrita View Post
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    Happy New Year to all.

    Can anyone tell me the manufacturer of the rotatvator shown on the back of my Mitsubishi Mt1401d? I want to find out the required maintenance for it and also where to get parts in the future. Apart from what looks like am inspection cover (small round plastic plug) in the middle shaft on top (for oil?) there are some grease points.

    Thanks

    Alan
    Don't know model # but I'd say thats an " ISEKI ".

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

    looks like mine except mine is red and made by Yanmar.I'll take a guess and say it the same brand as your tractor...russ

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

    Thanks Don
    It came from Japan as a Grey import.
    Alan

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

    Hi

    The tractor is a Mitsubishi and it sounds logical that it was supplied witht he tractor when new.
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    Default Re: What type of rotavator is in the photo?

    Thanks Boone

    The tractor is a Mitsubishi, but i will look into the Iseki side for the rotavator. The 3 point hitch i have brought in fact to fit is an Iseki!

    Alan

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

    "rice" tiller .... grey market to match the odd attachment found on the rear of the gey market tractor.

    its generally understood that the rice tillers are only good for the grey market tractors and its hard to put anything behind a grey market tractor other than a rice tiller (or pull behind atv style attachments.... or purchase a third party 3pt add on setup)
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    Default Re: What type of rotavator is in the photo?

    Steve ,not quite sure what your saying.My 1610d Yanmar uses a 3pt yanmar tiller,wood chipper,back blade,pto finish mower,pto PHD.The tiller I have will till soil thats bone dry although I realize it was made for rice paddies...The tractor I have has a Yanmar 3pt cat 1 hitch...russ

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    typical unconverted rice tiller on the back of a standard grey market tractor with no aftermarket (read US installed) 3pt hitch.

    your yanmar would have come to the US without the standard hitch. the importer likely installed a standard 3pt hitch kit to make your tractor usable for normal 3pt attachments. Without said 3pt kit your tractor is limited to the same grey market tillers that match the hookup on the back of the standard hitch, (cause they were made to go together) thus, its gennerally
    understood that the rice tillers are only good for the grey market tractors and its hard to put anything behind a grey market tractor other than a rice tiller (or pull behind atv style attachments.... or purchase a third party 3pt add on setup)
    Steve - TC33D 4x4 FEL, dual rear remotes with toys

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