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    have a B7510 Kobuta, 21 hp. which is better, forward or reverse tillers and 42 or 50 inch ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by topoe View Post
    have a B7510 Kobuta, 21 hp. which is better, forward or reverse tillers and 42 or 50 inch ?
    We stock the Tarter 48 inch geardrive that can be setup to run forward or reverse. $1595 + Low shipping. Ken Sweet
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    Default Re: tillers

    i say forward tine your tractor could ran a 60'' tiller i had a 60'' on a case 245 thats was 21hp if you are tilling clay you ll need to go over 3 times to get it to look like coffee grounds

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    The King Kutter 48" XB gear driven tiller is made specifically for tractors like yours. Those tillers feature a category one hitch, 6 tines per flange, parking stand for storage and are designed for Sub-Compact tractors up to 25 HP.

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    I have 18 pto hp and have a 60 in KK that I like very well. I run it at 1500 rpm, 2500 rpm is 540 so I have more than enough hp. If you use it to till in cover crops I think forward rotating tines is better. I can till a patch of red clay pasture and have it tilled to garden fine in two passes so I see no need for reverse tine at all. Make sure the tiller will cover your tire tracks.

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    Does the power takeoff shaft have to be cut, or does it come the correct lengh ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by topoe View Post
    Does the power takeoff shaft have to be cut, or does it come the correct lengh ?
    They typically need to be cut to length.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweettractors View Post
    We stock the Tarter 48 inch geardrive that can be setup to run forward or reverse. $1595 + Low shipping. Ken Sweet
    Do you stock a 7'? If so how much? Are Tarter & King Kutter built in same factory?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweettractors View Post
    We stock the Tarter 48 inch geardrive that can be setup to run forward or reverse. $1595 + Low shipping. Ken Sweet
    Do you stock a 7'? If so how much? Are Tarter & King Kutter built in same factory?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tx Jim View Post
    Do you stock a 7'? If so how much? Are Tarter & King Kutter built in same factory?
    The geardrive 7 Ft tiller will cost $2495 + low cost shipping. I don't know anything about KingKutter's history. Tarter has been in business since 1945. Ken Sweet
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