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    Silver Member Dingo Man's Avatar
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    The tiller works well. It does not go as deep as I would like but it break new ground with ease. I have the skids and everything adjusted to allow the tiller to till at its deepest but is only tills up 5 to 6 inches. Other than that everything is happy here in new tractorville.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dingo Man View Post
    The tiller works well. It does not go as deep as I would like but it break new ground with ease. I have the skids and everything adjusted to allow the tiller to till at its deepest but is only tills up 5 to 6 inches. Other than that everything is happy here in new tractorville.
    That's odd. I have the King Kutter and it will dig down about 8-10 inches if I let it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MotorSeven

    That's odd. I have the King Kutter and it will dig down about 8-10 inches if I let it.
    Ditto.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dingo Man
    The tiller works well. It does not go as deep as I would like but it break new ground with ease. I have the skids and everything adjusted to allow the tiller to till at its deepest but is only tills up 5 to 6 inches. Other than that everything is happy here in new tractorville.
    Sweet ride. Could your draft be keeping it from going down? What kind of bush hog did you get?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RJJR View Post
    Sweet ride. Could your draft be keeping it from going down?
    good point.

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    Do the 3pt arms have adjustment slots on them? If so, that might be it?
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    I'll have to argue with you on that. I have spoken with several folks around here about tiller depths. They have all stated around 6 inches is max Now I am talking about tilling new ground. Even after I have gone over it several times it is still not more than 6 inches. My draft and top link arm are adjusted properly. I do not believe anyone's tiller out there is going down 10inches on new ground with out ripping the ground first. Your fluffing up the soil so it may measure ten inches but the tiller is not actually going down 10 on new ground. If you pull back the dirt along the edge of a plot and measure the bite your tiller made it will be around 6inches. Just measure how far your tines hang below the skids. It's about 6 inches.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dingo Man View Post
    Ok seriously here is the pics.
    Very nice!
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