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    Default Maschio W 125 Rotary Tiller

    Bought my first implement (other than the cutter that came with my Kioti).

    It's a used Maschio W 125 Rotary Tiller and can't wait to hook it up and make the garden for my wife.

    I found a manual online, just looking for tips running one and hooking up to my CK20HST.

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    Default Re: Maschio W 125 Rotary Tiller

    Took me a bit to figure out the "release" pin to detach the cutter from the tractor's PTO - hooking up to the deep tiller was a lot easier with a second person (my wonderful wife). Made her a 34 by 54 foot garden in about an hour!

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    Reminds me of the first garden I made for my wife with a rented 3pt rototiller. She said 30 x 40 should be good, so that took no time at all. She came home and said "what did you do??". Turns out she meant 30x40 feet, not yards. We had a big garden that year...

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    Default Re: Maschio W 125 Rotary Tiller

    Quote Originally Posted by dhawken View Post
    Reminds me of the first garden I made for my wife with a rented 3pt rototiller. She said 30 x 40 should be good, so that took no time at all. She came home and said "what did you do??". Turns out she meant 30x40 feet, not yards. We had a big garden that year...
    Too good! The first year I tilled a garden for my wife, she wanted one 25x40 feet. We completely filled our new freezer, gave food away to friends and family, ate fresh out of the garden all summer and fall, and still had food to get rid of. The next year we did maybe 15x25 feet, or something like that, but the garden never again did as well as it did that first year.

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