Also you can get new ones from Lowes and Northern Tool made by Agri-Fab. I suspect they make the Sears?
That DR as mentioned is pretty high. But it offers features the others do not. You can get hilling augers and seed spreaders etc as accessories. It is in my opinion the Rolls Royce of self powered tillers. They are worth looking at on their site if only to gather ideas of what can be done with one.
Boyscout makes a good point too!! When I figured out what it would cost to set my JD 318 up to run and buy a tiller, it worked out to be much less expensive to buy another machine with tiller already on it.
Edited by JD DANNELS, January 07, 2014 - 12:24 PM.