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An opinions on this for my 3032E?

It would be for occasional use.
 

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An opinions on this for my 3032E?

It would be for occasional use.
60” should cover your tracks, that’s all you need with a tiller. And on a side note, the County Line implements are iMATCH compatible without modifying.
 

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For occasional use I wouldn't buy anything else. Heck, for regular use I wouldn't buy anything more.
 

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Posted this response in a similar thread.

I have a county line (Tarter) and love it. I just don't see how any brand tiller could break with the occasional use the average person can put on it. I only use mine 4-5 times a year. Anyway I enjoy mine, works as it should. With tsc county line(tarter), you can set it up for reverse or forward tilling. I have been using it as it was purchased in the forward setup with no complaints. Well I said no complaints but there was a big warning sticker on it said gearbox shipped dry so I bought a bottle of gear oil while at tsc. When I got home I checked the gearbox before filling and lone behold it was full. Not really a complaint, just mislead.
 

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How are the welds on ya'lls Tarter tillers?

There's a few on the 'tube that look as rough (or worse) than the Asian kid who welded mine's sheetmetal.

There are a few(1or2 out of allot) welds that look rough but this is a tiller not a Ferrari. The couple of welds that do look rough, still look like they penetrated just fine. I can deal with a couple of ugly welds for the savings over others. If I remember correctly the tarter was tilling asphalt on their demonstration video. I think it'll hold up to the occasional use I'll throw at it. I think it weighed allot more than the frontier too. Allot thicker steel.


Made in the USA
 

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They're using the same chinese gear boxes as everyone else.
Ok? Just saying they cut, weld, assemble most everything here in the US. Supporting US workers. You said yours came with a rice bag full of bolts in another thread. Your words not mine. I'm not getting I to an A tiller is better than B tiller argument. I stated earlier that I didn't see how any tiller could be a bad one with the amount of work the average person puts them through. So most all tillers are going to please the purchaser. Just felt the need to point out Tarter is here in the US, even if they use(I don't know for certain) forgien parts.
 

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With all the import fees and inspections, my chinese tiller supported a lot of Americans before I got it.

Local guy is the importer, btw. He made a little profit no different than you shoping at Sears or TSC.

Made in USA hasn't been accurate for at least 10 years. Where's the most value added? Well, if you take a hammer out of a box that cost you $.80 from India, and use a $30/hr union guy to paint it with your logo, you can claim the most value added was in the US, and slap a Made in USA sticker on it when you sell it for $20.

That's all I'm saying...

Tarter seems to have happy customers. I couldn't point you to another one like mine anyway - the guy probably won't be importing any more of them due to low margins.
 
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