We finally had an opportunity to break in the new tiller. This makes life so much easier!
John Deere 55" Rotary Tiller (655)
John Deere 655 Rotary Tiller
The John Deere 655 Tiller has a 55-inch commercial-duty tilling width capacity. With easy operator controls, the 655 tiller can be raised and lowered using the hydraulic lift. The heavy-duty tubular tine shaft provides amazing performance, reliability and durability. The large, removable tines and skid shoes allow for unparalleled performance. The ability to use the iMatch connector allows for a quick and easy attachment and removal of the 655 Tiller.
Fits the following John Deere tractors:
2320, 2520, 2720, 3005, 3032E, 3038E, 3320, 3520, 3720, 4005*, 4105*
*2305, 4105 and 4005 NOT AutoHitch Compatible
Commercial-duty 55-inch tilling capacity
Tiller is raised and lowered by use of tractor hydraulic lift for operator convenience
Large, replaceable tines and a heavy-duty tubular tine shaft provide excellent performance and durability
iMatch compatibility provides easy attachment
Adjustable skid shoes
Equip. Model John Deere 832 Parts
Horsepower Required 15-35 hp
Mounting Type Cat. I 3-pt
Brand John Deere
Compatible Equipment Tractor
Intended Use Agriculture
Model John Deere
Working Width 55 in
Working Depth 7 in
Number of Tines 42
Drive Type PTO
Number of Flanges 7
Rotor Speed 239 rpm
Rotor Diameter 15 in
Skid Shoes Standard
Parking Stand Standard
Width, Overall (in.) 60 in
Weight 436 lbs
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