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post #1 of 5 Old 04-13-2009, 10:05 AM Thread Starter
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County Line Implements?

Looking at some County Line implements from Tractor Supply (disc, tiller, box scraper) for my new Kubota BX 1850. Anyone have any experience with County Line implements? Also, not sure if I should go for the disc or the tiller. This is a new piece of property that is very weedy with sandy soil and some rocks. Thinking I should utilize a disc this year before I invest the $$$ for a tiller and tear it up due to the rocks. Any thoughts?
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post #2 of 5 Old 04-13-2009, 10:50 AM
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Re: County Line Implements?

The tiller should have a slip clutch. I've torn up discs on rocks, too. I would think if you took your time with a tiller, you'll get along well with it, and won't have a disc in the shed collecting dust. Sooner or later, you'll have all the stones picked. I haven't found a rock in my garden for many years.
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Re: County Line Implements?

Well generally speaking for a garden,you plow,than disk,you don't just disk. I f your ground was soft enough and your disks were heavy enough and you had plenty of time,guess disk alone might work,but not generally how its done.

Tiller like said,should have a slip clutch,you can adjust the clutch from where tines won't even turn unless clutch slips ,it needs to be set up for your ground,loose enough to where if you got a big rock caught or something,it slips,other wise you could tear up your tractor,but you got to have it tight enough so's it will till,directions should be in owners manual.

Theres advantages to doing it either way,and disadvantages too.
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Re: County Line Implements?

If you have the money, a tiller would be the way to go. As far as the Country Line brand goes I think its the same as KK. But I'm not sure. I've looked at them and they look as good as any, I know you will save money going with a brand like Country Line vs frontier, woods, or land pride.

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I have a 48" County Line Brush Cutter (Bright Orange). I chose it because of the dual rotating wheels in the back to keep the deck more stable and aligned more level keeping a more level cut. It is pretty solid gauge steel and I am happy the selective areas that the Company reinforced the cutter overall with. I looked a long time and like you got advice and opinion before I purchased. I have not experienced any issue yet. The blades on this cutter are very thick, like a 1/2". Many others I saw looked like 3/8" blades. I would get a slipper clutch too. I should think you could get one and use it for more implements than just a tiller. Tractor Supply has some. I have not gotten one yet, but would if I was tilling. They are not cheap, not terrible either (like 180.00 or less), but the ones at Tractor Supply look very durable. I am looking at their box scraper next.

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