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Attachments for M Ward tractor?

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04-28-2011 11:42:32

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I think I have parts for an old MW tractor. the only part that has a number is the tiller (Gil-33095A) I didn't see numbers on the snow blower, Mowing deck, or blade, It looks like they run off the tractor with this long shaft and belt thing.
I would like to be able to use them is there a differnt tractor that they maight work on?
I am not really mechanical but don't want to waste what I have here.

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04-29-2011 23:36:46

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 Re: Attachments for M Ward tractor? in reply to dodgequad, 04-28-2011 11:42:32  
Thanks, Hal


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04-29-2011 03:57:15

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 Re: Attachments for M Ward tractor? in reply to dodgequad, 04-28-2011 11:42:32  

Since the Gilson company built Wards tractors and those attachments you have, you can use them on the Gilson tractors too. The tiller is furnished power from the pto pulley on the tractor. I think the snow blower would be run off the pto pulley. There should be an attachment bracket for the snow blade that is installed on the tractor and the blade is installed on this bracket. There's also a rod that's connected to the lift on the tractor. My Wards tractor has hydraulic lift and so did some of the Gilson tractors. Hal

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