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What is the best tiller for your money to put behind a 2025r . Tilling lawn for garden and what size. Thank you
 

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It's hard to beat the KK on value for the money. I personally wanted something alittle bigger and went with the Woods TS52. I've had zero issues with it.

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I was easily able to handle a 5' Tiller on my 1023E. If you can afford it, go with a 5 footer. I bought a 4' Kubota from CL due to price at the time. I upgraded to a new County Line from TSC when I bought the 4105. I absolutely love the County Line. KK'S are about the same build and quality of the County Line. Get one (either one) on sale. You won't be disappointed.
 

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I was easily able to handle a 5' Tiller on my 1023E. If you can afford it, go with a 5 footer. I bought a 4' Kubota from CL due to price at the time. I upgraded to a new County Line from TSC when I bought the 4105. I absolutely love the County Line. KK'S are about the same build and quality of the County Line. Get one (either one) on sale. You won't be disappointed.
I would have recommended the 5'er, however I had it on my old 2210 and 2305 and in most soils here just didn't have the HP to run it effectively. In pure black dirt that was a garden for years it worked on the 2210/2305.
 

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What is the best tiller for your money to put behind a 2025r . Tilling lawn for garden and what size. Thank you
How's your soil? Clean, rich, flat or boney / rocky? I'd say depending upon the soil and what you plan on doing you're looking at between 48" & 60" width. Myself, I'm planning on purchasing a 60" King Kutter Professional and using it on both the 2320 and 3320.

King Kutter 5' Professional Gear Driven Rotary Tiller TG-G-60-JP by King Kutter Inc for $1,649.99 in King Kutter - Brands : Rural King

Speaking of tillers, here's a video that will impress. A bit larger than you need but quite the piece of machinery!

Tractor Construction Road - Tractor Media
 
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I would have recommended the 5'er, however I had it on my old 2210 and 2305 and in most soils here just didn't have the HP to run it effectively. In pure black dirt that was a garden for years it worked on the 2210/2305.
I must have been just lucky then. I tilled up new, clay soil with the rented 5 footer and had no issues. But again, maybe that was luck. YMMV.
 

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Myself, I'm planning on purchasing a 60" King Kutter Professional and using it on both the 2320 and 3320.

You gonna hire yourself out with that? :laugh:
 

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You gonna hire yourself out with that? :laugh:
No. Not planning on it. Just turf renovation, garden plot and reclaiming some cleared land and extending the lawn in a few areas.


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Cool video. The "tiller" that does the 1st reduction has bits/cutters that look like those on a continuous miner, used in underground coal mining.
HA!-OLDMANX-I was wondering and thinking the same thing when I saw them bits. and I wondered if them bits could possible be from Kennametal products-here from Bedford,PA. they make a lot of bits just like that for mining coal under ground.
 
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