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Yeah, that won't last long, if only I had the tractor for it. :gizmo:
 

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Hey guys I have the 670 version of that tiller. In looking at the pics, especially the back flap I'd say that baby's been rode hard. I know I stole mine but picked it up for 1100.00.
 

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I forgot to point out my flap is bent on one end but the guy backed it into something. Look at all the rock dents along the top of that other flap.
That couldn't be good for the rest of the tiller's drive line.
 

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Wow...If 2600 is a deal ....How much is a new one?

I've got a couple tillers posted at less than a grand locally...not a bunch of interest.

Mine aren't green....but paints cheap.





The market up here is flooded with these goofy imported tillers that.........

It is hard to explain. Its like there is no top link and the driveline has a CV joint in front of the gear box.

Then they have some odd door arrangement on the back to shape raised beds or somes&^t.

Every podunk tractor outfit has pallets of these things. A few have some tractors which are newer but still oldschool looking Yanmars ,Mitsubichy ,and some other carnival colored unit. Those goofy tillers are 5-700 generally.


So back to my Italian Tiller...Its built better than a Fiat but its no Lamberghinnie:munch:









Heres one of these odd no top link type units...they are bizzare

 

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