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    King Kutter II Rotary Tiller

    Looking at a used King Kutter II 5' Tiller and was curious if anyone has had an issue with it connecting to an iMatch hitch? Thanks Greg
    John Deere 2014 2032r, H130 FEL, JD 46 BH, IMatch, RC1048, Countryline 6' Back Blade, Countryline 5' Rototiller, Countryline 6’ Landscape Rake, Ken's Bolt on Hooks, JD Ballast Box, Artillian Pallet forks, Grapple and Diverter, ROPS Warning Flag, Millcreek 63" Aerator, JD 21 Utility Trailer, 6ft Brillion Cultipacker.
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    I am looking at a Sundown tiller which is a rebranded King Kutter so I would also like to know. I am looking at the 48" model.
    2015 1025R FILB, iMatch, 53" Bucket, 54D Mower Deck, 54" Snow Blower, Heavy Hitch Dual Suitcase Weight Bracket, Heavy Hitch Front Weight Bracket, EA 48" Plugger, Garber 48" 3 point Seeder, Kens bolt on hooks, CountyLine (Tarter Gate) 60" box blade, Kenda Terra Trac HDAP tires (front and rear), CozyCab Sunshade, TSC CountyLine (Tarter) 48" yellow rototiller, BXPanded 25 gallon 3PH sprayer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gebada22 View Post
    Looking at a used King Kutter II 5' Tiller and was curious if anyone has had an issue with it connecting to an iMatch hitch? Thanks Greg
    Other than having to move the upper hook on the IMatch, no problems at all connecting it up. I don't remember which way I had to move the hook (up or down) for I have the upper holes on my IMatch marked with letters indicating which implement works with certain holes. (MB = Middle Buster, TL = tiller, BB = back blade)

    Hopefully the drive shaft hasn't been cut on the unit you are buying because on my 2720 the drive shaft length was perfect.

    Of course you need the standard bushings for the quick hitch installed on the tiller.
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    2720 JD MCUT
    200CX Loader
    62D On Ramp Mid-Mount Mower
    61 Inch Bucket
    Grooved R4's
    Tiller King Kutter Professional Green 60-Inch TG-G-60-JP
    Rear Blade Woods 72-Inch
    Middle Buster King Kutter MB-YX

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    My girlfriend got a 52 inch King Kutter xb for her 1023 with Imatch. The hook height was set correctly but there was a bolt with spacer bushing right behind where the hook catches the top bushing, I had to mill some of the side of the bushing to let the hook in. Also we had to get the longest lower pins we could at Tractor Supply because the xb series was much narrower than the lower Imatch spacing. Tiller works awesome!
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    1025R FILB, vintage: 2015
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    "18" cart
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    Artillian 36" forks
    Stihl equipment: Saws; MS261C, MS462C, MS661RCM and Blower; BR600 and Trimmer; FS70R and Hedge Cutter; HL 56K and Pressure Washer; RB400
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