"King Kutter gear-driven rotary tillers are designed to perform with cast iron gear boxes 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 4ft., 5ft., and 6 ft. models. The 4 ft. model is offset to eliminate tire tracks. Required HP 20-35, Blades qty. 36, Product Type Tiller, Blade Type L Tines, Category Type 1, Flanges qty. 6, Working Width in. 48, Hitch Type 3-pt., Working Depth in. 8 max. Adjustable skids control cutting depth while rear shield controls soil mix Heavy-duty cast iron gearbox Gearbox comes greased for convenience Heavy-duty gear drive for dependable performance Vented side gear box operates in oil bath 540 RPM PTO drive Shielded PTO shaft with slip clutch driveline protection Heavy-duty square tube reinforced frame with extra gussets Perfect for vegetable or hobby farmers, landscape contractors, municipal maintenance, nurseries and much more Patent-pending kick stand"
The King Kutter Rotary Tiller would not work with a 14 horsepower tractor. It will work with the minimum horsepower of 20 and a maximum horsepower of 35. We do not carry a tiller for a 14 horsepower tractor.
answered 4 years, 8 months ago
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I have a John Deere 650 14hp. I bought a King Kutter TG-48-XB. This tiller is all my tractor can handle. I have set the tilling depth to it's highest setting and just make a few more pass on the garden to get to the depth I want. It works great but I do wish I had a few more horses under the hood.