A PTO overunning coupler will not help with the tiller pushing the tractor forward. It different than with a bush hog mower that continues to rotate when you push the clutch in. If the tiller is pushing you forward, maybe you do not have enough traction (liquid in the rear tires / cast iron weights). Tillers apply alot of forward push force (once they are in the dirt and are tilling). It takes adequate traction to keep the rear tires from skidding. Kind of like if you had a heavy hay wagon pushing your too light tractor down hill. And the same thing happens with my MF 35 (which has no engine braking in low multi-power)and six foot tiller. The tiller pushes the tractor and I have to slow it down with the brakes.
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