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Thanks again for the help in my past posts. I have yet to have the chance to see if it all works out, but I will keep all of you posted. We just moved into a new house and we have a huge vacant lot that's part of the property next to us. I'm thinking of asking the landlord if I can have a garden there next year. My grandfather used my old B110 to make a sizable garden for several years in the late 60s and early 70s before investing in a full size tractor. He had all the implements but sold them. My question revolves around the proper way to hook up and adjust these implements to the tractor (moldboard plow, disc, cultivator, etc.). Thanks!

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