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Ford 9N, 2N & 8N Discussion Forum
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Attachment Ideas

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Tall T

06-14-2014 22:01:26
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Good morning Eastern Americans

I wish my wheels were back on and that I hadn't temporarily crippled myself, cause I was just about to try a tractor attachment idea. Even jostling these heavy rims around is more of a worry than it should be, cause I'm still wincing sometimes when moving around. On my hands and knees looking for that grinder piece. . . not good.

So, how about this idea:

I'm going to take the handles off my gas rototiller

and suspend it in my carryall frame. Start the tiller then hop on the tractor.
Not sure if there's room for two more tines of width

within the carryall frame. maybe extend the shafts and put pillow blocks on the carryall arms to support them more.

Cheers,

TT
This post was edited by Tall T at 22:04:07 06/14/14.

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Difficulty...John,PA

06-15-2014 13:21:16
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 Re: Attachment Ideas in reply to Tall T, 06-14-2014 22:01:26  
Generally the N has too much "groundspeed" to do the job that YOU hope to do.

With the tiller, as designed by Henry's bunch, when properly tuned, will puch the tractor in neutral. Most riders should take along something to read, though. Sorta like waiting for a long time to get the job done, correctly.

Hope this Helps.

John,PA PS: the handles on your small garden tiller are only for steering the tines. The machine will craw along all by itself.

I take a cup of coffee along on tilling jobs. Turn her loose and pay her for her work. Good looking after the hose-off.

:) :)

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Tall T

06-15-2014 07:48:16
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 Re: Attachment Ideas in reply to Tall T, 06-14-2014 22:01:26  
Even on a small garden, I found that regular tractor plows, disks, cultivators work better anyway. If you have room for the tractor/carry-all/rototiller, there is room for a regular implement.

One year, with a tight garden location, I would drop the cultivator for a pass, lift it, drive all the way around the shop to get another pass. (I hate weeding)[/quote]

Is a cultivator the row of curved tines with sort of arrowhead reinforced points?

I had and kept it when I sold my Oliver crawler, a homemade ground ripper-upper. It has two heavy grossbars and about 8 vertical miniature railway rails with torch-cut sharpened points.

I'm going to turn it into a 3-point.

I used it on the Oliver to rip up roots and all for a new garden.

I mounted it on the front and zig zagged in reverse.

Thanks,

Terry

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NNP

06-15-2014 02:42:28
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 Re: Attachment Ideas in reply to Tall T, 06-14-2014 22:01:26  
considered that myself once.

didn't do it. Reason was walking behind my rototiller, when it found a rock, it would kick back hard to spit the rock out, or jam and I had to switch tine direction to clear it. Seemed like I would be on and off the tractor too much. Or break the tiller when it couldn't kick back like it wanted too.
Even on a small garden, I found that regular tractor plows, disks, cultivators work better anyway. If you have room for the tractor/carry-all/rototiller, there is room for a regular implement.

One year, with a tight garden location, I would drop the cultivator for a pass, lift it, drive all the way around the shop to get another pass. (I hate weeding)

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