The 446 has some beef and the little planter was a hand push model for garden work. The rolling cutter ran shallow so the side draft was very manageable.
I had put an offset drawbar on the rear with the hitch pin directly behind the right side tire so I guess it was trained to handle side draft LOL .
For several years I mowed with the 446 and pulled an offset mower behind and to the right.
My offset tow-behind mower was my trusty Case 224? with a 14 horse Kohler. I mowed about 2 acres with the 224 for about 15 years before I got the 446.
Always wanted a 446 but the 224 would not lay down and die. Got a bargin on the 446 so now I had two working Case lawn mowers and one operator. Didn't take too much smarts to ponder if I could rig the 224 for towing behind the 446.
Bottom line, I took the steerable axle off the 224 and made an axle having two caster wheel. Added a tongue on the 224 that would hydraulically swing plus and minus 45 degrees. Might note that the 446 has a pair of hyd hoses hanging from the back and used to swing the tongue.
The swinging tongue allowed the rear mower to either trail directly behind the 446 for going thru narrow areas or swing to the right side and mow a full swath. Clear as mud LOL