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John Deere 318 tiller attachment

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Rickmiester

05-15-2012 02:29:51
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I recently purchaced a nice 318, and I'd like to eventually aquire a tiller for it. Guys, I"m a novice with this garden tractor... what am I going to need to do to fit this tool onto this machine? It's a 1987, with the smaller of the two Onan engines. No rear hydrolics are installed as yet... it is currently set up with the quick attach bracket for the bagging cart and powerflo.




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Rikkit

06-12-2012 09:47:18
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 Re: John Deere 318 tiller attachment in reply to Rickmiester, 05-15-2012 02:29:51  
I have a 318 fully loaded. 3 pt hitch front and rear pto. I have a culivator, 44 lift, and 50 inch belly mower. my 318 also has the larger onan engine. Tractor was bought new in 1984 and I only have 146 total hours on it. what ever you need to know I acan probably tell. send me an e mail and then I"ll give you my phone number and what hour to call and I can help you with most questions. by the way if it wasn"t clear I"m the orginal owner of this tractor.

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oros35

05-31-2012 06:15:11
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 Re: John Deere 318 tiller attachment in reply to Rickmiester, 05-15-2012 02:29:51  
We have a hydraulic tiller for the 318. Works very well. Powerfull enough to cut right through sod. Easy to mount and dismount. Biggest drawback is they are usually pretty pricey. You can easily have $1000-1500 in one with all the right brackets and in good condition.



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rickmeister

05-15-2012 14:00:08
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 Re: John Deere 318 tiller attachment in reply to Rickmiester, 05-15-2012 02:29:51  
Wow PeterE... that plow and disc combination looks pretty effective, but then I guess I'm looking at a 3 pt. hitch, and rear lift right? See guys that's what I'm asking... there are obviously different options and my problem is that I need specifics. Which # plow? What # tiller? What is the rear PTO's part name? Things like that.

I guess it would help if I were a little more specific too. I'll be breaking ground on about an half acre of virgin NC clay, hoping to put in a garden of typical plants. Perhaps then a food plot or 2 for the deer season. The 318 I bought is stock, other than the addition of the quick hitch bracket... so I'm starting from scratch, and I'm also new to the JD tractor world.

This sure seems like the place to get info...

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PeterE

05-16-2012 05:26:03
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 Re: John Deere 318 tiller attachment in reply to rickmeister, 05-15-2012 14:00:08  
The three-point is from Reugg Hitch. The three-point on a 318 is attached to the mower deck lift at the back of the tractor. If you can raise your mower, then you've got that part.

I bought the plow and disc new from John Deere last year. I don't know the model number, but there is only one option.

These new attachments use the limited Category 1 hitch, as found on the X700 tractors. Older garden tractor plows use a Category 0 hitch. Ruegg has both size hitches.

The only way to get a rear PTO is to find a used one. They sell for about $1000. Search eBay for "318 rear pto" and you'll usually find a couple.

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PeterE

05-15-2012 05:30:17
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 Re: John Deere 318 tiller attachment in reply to Rickmiester, 05-15-2012 02:29:51  
There were two tillers for the 318. One used the rear PTO and was shaft driven. The rear PTO is kind of rare.

The other tiller was hydraulic and used its own pump. The pump mounted under the tractor (in place of the mower deck) and was driven off the front PTO.



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Rikkit

05-30-2012 12:41:45
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 Re: John Deere 318 tiller attachment in reply to PeterE, 05-15-2012 05:30:17  
I have the model 318 with rear mounted pto shaft driven 48 inch rototiller, have the 60 inch belly mower and the 44 front loader. My question is do they still make cat "O" attachments I really need a box scraper for leveling. This tractor was bought new in 1984 and I only Have a 146 hours on it.



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rickmeister

05-15-2012 07:27:24
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 Re: John Deere 318 tiller attachment in reply to PeterE, 05-15-2012 05:30:17  
Thanks for the reply... any opinion on which one works best?



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Greenday

05-15-2012 04:47:02
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 Re: John Deere 318 tiller attachment in reply to Rickmiester, 05-15-2012 02:29:51  
You will have to get the rear pto attachment for your tractor. then the tiller and lift bar.



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rickmeister

05-15-2012 05:18:58
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 Re: John Deere 318 tiller attachment in reply to Greenday, 05-15-2012 04:47:02  
Is that belt, or hydrolics, or both?



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