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    Tillers, Tillers which one

    Bought a used 2012 1026R to do work around the house and some gardening on an acre. Would like to know which tiller is best for the 1026R? This is My first time owning a tractor. Thank you in advance.

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    I bought a Woods TS52 last Wednesday. Perfect size for my 2025R. You really can't go wrong with any brand, just find the best deal. Personally, I wouldn't go any bigger than 55" with your horsepower.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vue1026 View Post
    Bought a used 2012 1026R to do work around the house and some gardening on an acre. Would like to know which tiller is best for the 1026R? This is My first time owning a tractor. Thank you in advance.


    I have a Caroni which is one of the available models down here. I bought it used, it's a fine piece of machinery.

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    48" King Kutter.. Best bang for the $$$..
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    Quote Originally Posted by vue1026 View Post
    Bought a used 2012 1026R to do work around the house and some gardening on an acre. Would like to know which tiller is best for the 1026R? This is My first time owning a tractor. Thank you in advance.
    My dealer suggested a Land-pride Reverse till. So that's what I went with. I got the one with the clutch that kicks out if ya get a rock stuck so it won't break. Hope this helps!
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    Tiller

    I used to have a 1026 and would not go over a 48" tiller. I currently run a Woods TS52 on a 2720 and it seems to be a good fit.
    I bought the tiller just before I upgraded the tractor a few years back and the 1026 would run it but it definitely strained the tractor.

    The Woods TS52 has been a great tiller. The tines turn to the rear and it has a slip clutch, which IMHO, is a must for a tiller.

    Now if it will just dry out here in Virginia I can put my tiller to use!
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    I bought one from the local TS store here a few years ago and have had no problems with it at all. It is the 6' model that I use on a NH 1920 but it has been a great piece and have never had any problems with it. It is gear driven and has a slip clutch and brand new was under $1500 on sale. They list the 4' model now at $1499.
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    Don't go over 4 foot as any bigger also gets heavier. I have a 5 foot Curtis tiller and it works great with my 1026 but it's not iMatch compatible so it can get very heavy to man handle on the hook up. Get the best price and make it iMatch compatible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NEWT View Post
    48" King Kutter.. Best bang for the $$$..
    I absolutely agree


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    Thanks for all the inputs you guys. Went to look at some tillers at Family Farm And Home here in Michigan. They have two 48" tillers made by King Kutter, one is the XB and the other is the King Kutter II. Both have price tag of $1399.00 each. Which one will be good for the long haul if I'm going to till one acre every year?

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