Jogeephus wrote:Sears used to make a really good one. I had one of those for years but I loaned it to someone and they broke it. I never had a problem with it myself. It turned counter clockwise (into the direction you are going). This is important. Some of the tillers turn in the same direction and this makes it hard to handle.
Jogeephus wrote:I don't think you can beat a Troy Built. I do think they compromised some and built a cheaper model a while back but those mules you used to have to order - now that was one fine tiller.
JSCATTLE wrote:I have a cub cadet . The tranny is stuck in gear . I don't recommend them . Troy built will be my next one .
tom4018 wrote:JSCATTLE wrote:I have a cub cadet . The tranny is stuck in gear . I don't recommend them . Troy built will be my next one .
Got a fried who has a Cub Cadet and has had good luck. We actually bought one last weekend. The Troybilt and Cub Cadet are both made by MTD. They make a higher end Troybilt which is more like the older ones, I don't think the newer cheaper ones are near the ones of the past.
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