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Does a 3025 run a 5ft tiller fine in most situations. I know it will depend on soil and if it’s a new plot. I am asking for people who have used them and if it worked out on for you. Or should I be looking at a 4ft. Thanks.
 

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Does a 3025 run a 5ft tiller fine in most situations. I know it will depend on soil and if it’s a new plot. I am asking for people who have used them and if it worked out on for you. Or should I be looking at a 4ft. Thanks.
You'll be just fine with a 5 ft. You want to be wider than the tractor to cover your tracks so I would definitely not get a 4'.
 
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My 2032r handles a 70" just fine.
 
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I've a 5 foot Bush hog tiller and my 3025e runs it without any issues or problems. My ground has a lot of clay and rocks in places and it still does fine. As noted you want the tiller at least as wide as wheels, so wouldn't go smaller than 5 foot. Honestly seeing how easy it handles the 5 I'd consider going bigger if the right priced tiller came along.

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ran one with my 2032R just fine :)
 
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