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This T-16H is turning out sweet. So far a stack, lugged rears, sleave hitch and a rear Scoop-Tote bucket. Since the Simplicity Sleeve hitch fits, so will the roto-tillers I have. Has Simplicity FDT tiller PTO. In addition to the 34" FDT Roto-Tiller and Homelite front belt guidee/tensioner not shown, I also have a NOS 10" Brinley "Blue" moldboard plow and a old Simplicity disc harrow (off a walker) for the sleeve hitch. Now for some paint. Getting there. :)

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