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    DR brand tiller

    My grandma is in need of a new tiller and the Deere dealer carries DR brand tillers. She has an old Deere walk behind. Does anyone know anything on the quality of these machines? They're on sale now but off sale are more than the cub cadet or Husqvarnas I've seen.

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    I have had problems with DR in the past, so i'm a little biased, but IME, they are not super well designed, but the workmanship is acceptable.
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    Ok. She was just looking at them because if she goes through the dealer she can put it on the farm account. I know they all seem to have their quirks. I personally eyed up the big cub cadet one at TSC which I imagine is manufactured by MTD. The old tiller is a Deere 518R.

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