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#6768347 - 05/18/17 10:01 PM Disc or till
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Registered: 04/27/07
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I am about to buy a compact tractor. 30 hhorse or so. I have some rocks in Oklahoma but can't decide what to buy

#6768628 - 05/19/17 10:20 AM Re: Disc or till [Re: Kyle Horn]
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Oookkk. What's the question?

I have a short attention spa

#6768635 - 05/19/17 10:32 AM Re: Disc or till [Re: Kyle Horn]
Russ79 Online   content

Registered: 12/04/09
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Loc: Nacogdoches, Tx
IF the ground is very rocky I would go with a disc. I have both but use the disc more. If the tiller has a shear pin, like mine, every time a rock hangs it up it will shear the pin and you will have to put in a new pin before it will work again. The tiller works great though getting my garden ready to plant......

#6769047 - 05/19/17 05:46 PM Re: Disc or till [Re: Kyle Horn]
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Registered: 11/05/14
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My vote if any rocks, disc.
Ski cabin rental in Pagosa Springs.

#6769055 - 05/19/17 05:52 PM Re: Disc or till [Re: Kyle Horn]
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I'd get a disc but they aren't bullet proof either. I hit a rock the size of a basketball once and bent 3 blades on mine. I still don't know how that danged rock ended up in our sandy soil.

#6769077 - 05/19/17 06:13 PM Re: Disc or till [Re: Kyle Horn]
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Start with the disc as it is really tough to start on new ground with a tiller.


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