King Kutter 48" Tiller TG-48-Y
Product Review (submitted on July 16, 2012):
Had a friend bring his out his tractor and this attachment to bust up our garden plot that has sat untilled/unplanted for a few seasons by the folks that used to reside here. The soil is a bit on the clay side and was really too wet...but it's Missouri black farm dirt. Our little plot is only 35X100 and it took him two passes (up and across) to churn it up to where the Cadet tiller could work it to plantable stage with little effort after it dried out a bit.
These units are gear-driven powerhouses for the 'average Joe'. The tractor he has is a diesel 25hp. It delivered plenty of power at the PTO to operate this seemingly well-built/designed tow behind tiller. The tractor never slowed and the tines never bounced or hung on the KK tiller with the load he was giving it at max depth. I think this was an excellent 'test' for the unit. It really performed in breaking and beating up the fairly hard, clay type of soil down to greater than 6 inches on its first pass. It was only the tillers second or third time (CRS Disease) in the ground
Thankfully he came out to do this chore or I'd have been digging at it for better than a week with the Cadet, just to get close to where this unit did on the minimal two passes it made. If I had the wherewithal...I wouldn't hesitate to obtain one and give it a workout.