KING KUTTERS PROFESSIONAL GEAR DRIVEN ROTARY TILLERS are ideal for preparation of seed beds, renovation of pastures, orchards, vineyards and mulching-in cover crops and stubble. With 6 tines per flange, they provide a uniform mixture throughout cultivated depth and produce loose textured soil that holds moisture and reduces erosion. This Category 1 tiller is Quick Hitch compatible and includes a PTO shaft with heavy duty slip clutch.
- Width: 48"'
- Number of Tines: 36
- Approx. HP: 20-35
SKU 60630915 Model TG-G-48 Weight 580.0000 Color No Size No Width No In Store Only No Price $1,479.97
Rural King provides a defect or damage warranty within 30 days of receipt. All Manufacturing Return Policies Supersede Rural King's Return Policy.
- Absolutely top quality, durability and value Review by Ernie
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I was totally flabbergasted when I saw the results when I tilled some sod that had not been turned in over 50 years. A ready seed bed in jut one pass. I already have a wait list for fall tillings. Thank you King Kutter for the "Made in America Quality"
(Posted on 8/1/2015)
- Excellent Review by Tommy
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Tiller is heavy duty and works great.
(Posted on 9/30/2014)
- Great product, well-built and designed for the rigors of tough ground. Review by M. Warner
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It was evident we made the right decision before we even unloaded the tiller from the crate it arrived in. Initial inspection post shipping made clear the structural thought that went into the design and construction. Very happy thus far and can't wait to see the performance on mountain ground food plots. May even start a small neighborhood spring garden preparation side business.
(Posted on 5/7/2013)
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Product QuestionsWhich King Kutter rotary tiller would you recommend for my MF 230. How far does the TG-G-48 offsetQuestion by: Jim on Apr 2, 2016 6:21:00 AMQuestion by: DONNIE MOOREHOUSE on Mar 21, 2016 3:33:00 PMDoes the 4' tiller come in an all-gear driven model , or are do they all have a chain gearbox on the end?