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    Rear 3point tiller

    Hello all,
    well been in Florida now back to WV and the cold weather, I am going to buy a rear tiller for my JD 955 this year just wondering what size and brand you guys recommend and is there anything I need to be aware of, I am looking at a 5ft at tractor supply. Thanks in advance

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    I always suggest to anyone buying brand name, off brand,dealer,or non dealer make sure you can get parts today,next month,5 years ect.
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    ah-another fella on the hunt-ha! just got my new tiller, a King Kutter 5ft jd green paint one, at Rural King.Click image for larger version. 

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ID:	160578 rural king is having a sale this week-12% off about everything. check it out-but don't wait too long.
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    I'd follow Big Jim's advice and go with the KingKutter. It's a rugged, built like a tank tiller that is a great value for homeowner use. Heck, Newt even uses his commercially with great success
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Jim 55 View Post
    ah-another fella on the hunt-ha! just got my new tiller, a King Kutter 5ft jd green paint one, at Rural King.Click image for larger version. 

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    second pic -nice tiller nice tractor and very very cute dog

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    Quote Originally Posted by ColonyPark View Post
    I'd follow Big Jim's advice and go with the KingKutter. It's a rugged, built like a tank tiller that is a great value for homeowner use. Heck, Newt even uses his commercially with great success
    Awe shucks, your making me blush...

    King Kutter all the way!!!

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    Guys thanks I been a little worried about a tractor supply brand. After reading this I going to get a four foot for the little 1025r I am getting.

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    Like the other replies, I really don't see any reason to spend a dollar more than what a King Kutter costs.

    As I've said before, I've not heard ANYONE on this forum show any disappointment with their tiller, regardless of brand. With that in mind, why spend more than necessary?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rohrski View Post
    Hello all,
    well been in Florida now back to WV and the cold weather, I am going to buy a rear tiller for my JD 955 this year just wondering what size and brand you guys recommend and is there anything I need to be aware of, I am looking at a 5ft at tractor supply. Thanks in advance

    Don't forget Rural King is on 119 going toward Connellsville Pa , just before Fayette County Fair Grounds. about 6-10 miles past Uniontown.
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    Quote Originally Posted by danmorea View Post
    second pic -nice tiller nice tractor and very very cute dog
    thank you-his name is charley boy, and he is just 2yrs old-back on march 27. got him in THAYER, ARK. right next to the Mo. line. found him on u-tube . it was 980 miles one way to get him, the couple raise several different breeds there. charley boy is a miniature retriever, his daddy was a full blooded cocky-spaniel, and his mommy was a full blooded English retriever. we had a yellow lab before for almost 10yrs till she got cancer and passed away.
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