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    Good evening all! I am looking for a 5-6' tiller. While I would love to have the JD version, I can justify spending that much on one at least right now. It will be my first large garden and the area will need tons of work. Small rocks, etc. With that said, I wouldn't mind going with a used option. Thoughts or suggestions? I have a new JD 3038e
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    JD 3038e with light kit
    Frontier Box Blade
    Frontier Bush Hog

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    I've heard lots of good things about the King Kutter/ County Line brand carried by Tractor Supply.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 56FordGuy View Post
    the King Kutter/ County Line brand carried by Tractor Supply.
    What he said!! ^^

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    Buy a King Kutter. Great priced, built tough, and are gear driven. My 5' King Kutter tiller was about $1,500 with tax. Way less than a chain driven JD, Land Pride, Kubota, or several others I looked at. No regrets with my family of King Kutter products I own.
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    Does anyone know the difference between t he KingKutter standard and professional tillers?

    http://www.kingkutter.com/store.aspx?id=106

    http://www.kingkutter.com/store.aspx?id=180
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    JD PF
    Artillian PF with 2" reciever hitch adapter
    JD BB
    SpeeCo 3PH Wood Splitter
    Also an independent SplitFire Wood splitter

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    Chalk up another vote for the KingKutter...for occasional home owner use, IMHO they can't be beat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by robpm View Post
    Does anyone know the difference between t he KingKutter standard and professional tillers?

    http://www.kingkutter.com/store.aspx?id=106

    http://www.kingkutter.com/store.aspx?id=180
    The professional model looks to be a sleeker design, but they dont say anything else thats different. If it were me, I would just stick with the standard model and save the money. They are still built like a tank...

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    Anouther KK vote hear.......
    Trees and deere just go together......

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