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  1. Shop Talk
    We have a Cub Cadet RT65 tiller, about 4 yrs. old. Although it propels forward and reverse, and the tines rotate when engaged, they stop when lowered to the ground. If I lift the handles slightly, the tines begin rotating again but barely scuff the surface, and they stop if I allow the weight of...
  2. Shop Talk
    We have a Cub Cadet RT65 tiller, about 4 yrs. old. Although it propels forward and reverse, and the tines rotate when engaged, they stop when lowered to the ground. If I lift the handles slightly, the tines begin rotating again but barely scuff the surface, and they stop if I allow the weight of...
  3. Homesteading Questions
    Hi all! First time posting here, but seems like my kind of place. Anyway, I am looking for advice on a tiller 3 pt implement for my tractor. We have a New Holland Workmaster 60. We are wanting to get a Woods tiller, but the price is just so expensive it has us second guessing our choice...
  4. Home Gardens, Market Gardens, and Commercial Crops
    I know that tillers are meant to break up clods of sane soil NOT dig in packed clay but, that is what i need to do. I have used the tiller in clay before and made a certain amount of progress. The big thing is that the flat blades can't bite. So, my idea is to weld teeth like nubs on the the...
  5. Shop Talk
    SO I tilled up our usual garden the other day getting ready for our garden (I do not expect this winter to last long down in Texas this year). Well my wife got the wild hair to make it even bigger. When she went to fill up the tank yesterday she put two cycle gas in and couldn't figure out why...
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