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I picked up this 48" tiller last fall. Tried it out yesterday and quickly found I do not have enough tractor.This 710 always handled the 36" tiller with no problem, but this larger swath will put the 10hp on its knees. (This Kohler engine is strong, rebuilt, +.010 piston, .015 off the head).I will have to try it on the 917, the snow thrower will make the 917 bark and holler but it always holds rpm. Now we will see if the 48" tiller can make 17hp work.



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Just be careful with tine extensions. If its rocky it puts a lot of stress on the bearings in the middle of the case. If its clear and good soil the width would be awesome! Very nice set up!

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