KING KUTTER II GEAR DRIVEN, 48" FIXED OFFSET ROTARY TILLERS are designed to perform with its heavy duty gear drive and square tube frame. With 6 tines per flange, you get maximum soil mix for preparing planting beds, gardens, incorporating fertilizer, landscaping, or other jobs. This Category 1 tiller includes a PTO shaft with heavy duty slip clutch. Available in 4, 5, and 6 ft. models. The 4 ft. model is offset to eliminate tire tracks. Free Shipping within 1,000 miles!
Quick Hitch Compatible
Hi. I'm Ted, from Everything Attachments. We're here today with the King Kutter brand of rotary tiller. This is an all-gear drive model. This is the 48-inch model, so for the smaller tractors, this can go on a tractor under 20-horsepower and up to about 35-horsepower to still fit for its size. This does have an offset hitch, leaving you with more area on this side here so you can keep your track cleared out on your tractor if it's over 48 inches. You would just backup and continue in the same path to keep your tracks cleared out.
This has 6 blades per rotor. It's really thick from front to back, so it gives you a lot of wearing room. It comes standard with the Eurocardan driveshaft with the slip clutch. We get all of ours with the slip clutch instead of the sheer bolt. That way if you hit a rock, stump, or something, it's going to slip the clutches and let it continue to work. If it's something that wedged in there, you're going to have to un-wedge it, but you won't have to be changing bolts and so forth.
Make sure that you do check the length of your PTO shaft here, so you're not too long on the smaller tractor. You'll want to make sure that your frame is good and flat when you're doing that, because if it's rolled forward, you might cut it too short; if it's rolled back, you may still be too long. You want to make sure you're level.
This is the King Kutter II. It has the big square steel frame all the way around it. A casted end-piece that's greasable, for where your bearings are on the end of your rotor. Both cast iron gearboxes have oil in them. There's a rear chain hear to control your tailgate. Your tailgate and your tractor speed are what's going to control the consistency of the dirt that you leave behind. If you pull it a little faster or you raise the gate, then it will get coarser; same way if you slow down and lower your gate.
It has a good, heavy cast gearbox on it. There are gears in here, no chain. It has 1 large gear in the center, 2 smaller gears on each end. It has different positions for your slide to control the depth that you're tilling. This is a standard measurement for a Category 1. It will accept a Quick Attach, and also has the extra hole for a John Deere iMatch hitch.
King Mutters' been in business a long time. They make one of the best tillers on the market; they sell a lot of them. They sell good for us, and we have never had a problem out of a King Kutter tiller yet. That's what we like at Everything Attachments, something that doesn't give problems.
Just give us a call or an email, we'll help size the right tiller for your tractor, and make sure we get it to you in a timely manner.