When I bought this Wards garden tractor in 1971 it came with a tiller. I think it was 36", but It was a pain to mount and was heavy to handle. I traded it back to Wards for a rotary mower for the tractor. My wife mowed the grass when I was on travel. She wore a bikini to get sun tanned and some guy just about ran over the mail box watching her. I use a Troy Bilt tiller on the garden. When I grew sweet corn I could till between the rows easily and the same for beans. I've had about 30 of those tillers over the years
some were used and needed repairs. Lots were left at the garden out in the weather. The later models had interlocks on the handles and if water
was get in, the engine wouldn't start. I paid $100.00 for this Horse model. I sold the Tecumseh engine for $65.00 and bought a 10hp B&S engine with electric start.
I had to replace seals under the tine holders and buy new tines. I also painted the tiller. This was back in 2006. I can walk to the side and not leave any foot prints. Hal