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    RTR1258 tiller

    Does anyone here have a Land Pride RTR tiller. Would a 1258 work decent behind my 1025r?


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    Quote Originally Posted by MowJoe View Post
    Does anyone here have a Land Pride RTR tiller. Would a 1258 work decent behind my 1025r?


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    I'm not sure, it's 58" plus it's reverse tine rotation so that will be working against the tractor. Hopefully someone will chime in that perhaps has used one.
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    No experience with that one but some info on the type of soil you have might help. If you are planning on breaking a lot of sod in have packed clay for example.


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    It will be most stuff thatís been plowed previously


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    I would probably go for it, but knowing that is a lot of tiller for the tractor. Worst case if it is wet or breaking sod you can take shallower passes.


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    I'm sure if a X748 can handle a 50" the 1025r can handle a 58"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GMtPQzJPikA
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    Iíve got the Landpride RTA1250 on my 1025r. Mines forward rotation but at full depth my 1025r handles it fine. If you are busting sod a 58Ē reverse might be too much for a 1025r. In soil thatís been tilled previously Iíd think youíd be fine.


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    Quote Originally Posted by TJR345 View Post
    I'm sure if a X748 can handle a 50" the 1025r can handle a 58"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GMtPQzJPikA
    Iím curious, whatís the PTO hp on that 748? It seems to handle that RTR pretty well


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    Quote Originally Posted by PJR832 View Post
    Iím curious, whatís the PTO hp on that 748? It seems to handle that RTR pretty well


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    18hp if I remember correctly. Same as a 1025r.


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    Quote Originally Posted by PJR832 View Post
    Iím curious, whatís the PTO hp on that 748? It seems to handle that RTR pretty well


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    Quote Originally Posted by cheesetrain View Post
    18hp if I remember correctly. Same as a 1025r.


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    Yes the X748 is 18 pto hp.
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