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kilalove21

i just bought a tiller

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timflury
I'm thinking the tractor isn't heavy enough to pull a Brinly. MAYBE a 6", or 8" plow from a walker, but not a 10" Brinly. Of course you would have to fab up your own sleeve hitch adapter. http://www.simplicitymfg.com/manuals/ Do you have a manual??? 990628, 990930, and 1600343 are the tree models that fit your machine.

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kilalove21
i just downloaded all the manuals. here is the link for the brinly [url]http://toledo.craigslist.org/grd/2848329794.html[/url] my tractor can't use it? that sucks. thanks for the info. here's the tiller:






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timflury
I hope you didn't buy that tiller. It looks like the large pipe is broken off in the second photo you posted. There's quite a bit missing. Mostly the bracket that holds the idler pulley. There's also a part missing that goes up under the seat. It looks like a small pipe welded to a large one. Check out the first link I provided for you. May I ask what the seller wants for it?? The way it sits, with broken/missing parts, I wouldn't go more than about 25-30 bucks. It's going to take a lot of time and effort to get it correctly mounted up on your machine. I've seen the tines alone sell for upwards of $50-$75. I'll put up a photo, or two of my tiller when I was trying to sell it in the morning.

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kilalove21
i bought it for $58. i knew there wasn't a rear lift when i bought it, but i don't mind making one. i downloaded the manual and i finally see what you're talking about with the missing parts.

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timflury
http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/attach/timflury/Tillerforsale.jpg Check out the photo. The parts missing are the lift rod, and the belt cover over the large pulley. I have more detailed pics in my computer at home. I'll put some more up again in the morning. Here's some more pics of my tiller mounted. I suggest asking the membership for some measurements of the missing parts. I sold my tiller a year ago.




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