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    Cool 425 tiller

    I am looking to buy a TG -48-XB tiller.
    Will this tiller work on my 425 JD.
    I have a PTO and a cat 0 three point.
    I am looking to till my wives garden and if I have time to install some food plots
    for the deer.
    I have also been looking at a 42" JD hydro tiller and would appreciate any feed back.

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    I would see no reason the 425 would not handle the tiller. The Cat 0 limitations should not be an issue as I think its lift height would not be a problem with a tiller. I have a 445 but I do not have the three point. I feel like it would be light on power, but we run a 57" on our 4110 for my aunt's garden, so I would have to say the power is there on the 425.

    I would recommend some sort of quick tach system. Tillers are heavy and can be a paint to attach. I made a cart to put mine in so it will slide around easy, but i still would not go without the i-match with it.

    Make sure your PTO shaft is not too long when you purchase your tiller.



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    I am new to this game, could you till me what a I match is.
    Thanks, Jeff

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    Watch this video, it will show the Imatch (quick hitch) in use and how easy it makes attaching and removing implements. IMHO, it is also safer.

    http://www.greentractortalk.com/foru...details&mid=12



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    I found a 425 on craigslist with a 45 inch deere tiller, so I know it can be done. Here is the picture.



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