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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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