As other replies have suggested, we are dealing with different areas and different names for various machines. Most are assuming that you have a shank type field cultivator whitch takes power. i had a 24' wilrich behind my 3588 [150hp]. A good load for it. But from your desciption,I would say you have what I would call a spring tooth harrow. Excellent machine for getting a smooth seed bed. And pulls much easier than a field cultivator. Still way too much for 46hp , but not requiring the 150-200 hp as some suggested. But what the heck, hook on and give it a try when no one is watching.
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