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That tiller appears to be designed for use with tractor with a cone clutch (3400 series and later)... The 3012 used two types, both of which had a clutch on them. 1) The 32" tiller which used a separate tiller drive/idler clutch combo [img]http://www.simpletractors.com/images/spotlight/sov_tiller_small.JPG[/img] 2) The slightly later 36" tiller which had an engagement handle and idler clutch on the tiller itself [img]http://www.simpletractors.com/images/new_in_1969/36in_tiller.jpg[/img] Not sure what modifications would be necessary to make that one work....

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Looks like that's what's needed, if it is still available... It looks very similar to the clutch handle & mechanism used on the tillers for the 3200 Series.

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