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What exactly are tiller extensions?

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RATobin
I read the 32" tiller can be 40" with optional tiller extension. My 32" tiller has 4 tine groups pinned on (2 per side). Do the extension just consist of 2 more tine groups that get pinned on? Also on the 725/B-1 era tillers with the rounded cover was there an extension for the cover as well? Lastly does anyone have an extension kit for sale for the 32" tiller? Thanks, Rob

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RATobin
Thanks to both of you, It seemed a simple add on but I wanted to be sure. JonetteP, I only have the four original sections making it 32". What are you selling a set of extensions for? Do you by chance have the shield extension also for the old style curved shield? If you would rather e-mail the prices please do so, or send your name and shop # and I can call. Thanks again, Rob

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SmilinSam
Standard tillers do have the two sets of tines on each side. The extensions simply add one more set per side plus a extension for the dirt shield. They extend a 32" tiller to 42" and a 36" tiller to 46". The old rounded shied 32" tillers for the 700-725-9hp Landlords and 101 tractors had extensions available too. The later model 32" and the 36" tillers seem to be able to use the same tine extesion package as each other. I have a extension kit off a 32" from a 3012 era tractor on a mid 80's 36" tiller. Can't wait to use it this spring.......

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