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Re: Montgomery Wards 16 h.p. garden tractor tiller attachmen

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El Toro

03-30-2013 04:31:13

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I wouldn't cut that tiller shaft. Hal

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03-30-2013 10:58:19

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 Re: Montgomery Wards 16 h.p. garden tractor tiller attachmen in reply to El Toro, 03-30-2013 04:31:13  
Hey Hal thanks for posting the tiller pic I wondered how they powered the tiller now I see it would be a job to install and remove it, but from what I have read they make a great tilling combo. Just finsihing up a Gilson I bought last fall its 1974 53019 16 hp got a mower deck and a snowblower with it. GB in MN

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El Toro

03-30-2013 14:54:32

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 Re: Montgomery Wards 16 h.p. garden tractor tiller attachmen in reply to MNGB, 03-30-2013 10:58:19  

Nice looking Gilson. They had two Gilson tractors to be sold at auction. Told me they had never been sheltered. It was in upper PA and I didn't attend. Had it been closer I probably would've went. There's a lot of work installing that tiller should have a manual. It gives very good instructions. I have a 42-inch rear discharge mower for it, but I don't use the tractor for mowing. I used a 6 foot digging bar to lift the mower while my wife installed the pin. Hal

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