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Rear tiller for Landlord 101

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JimmyQ
Hello all, I found a rear mount PTO operated tiller at a yard sale and was wondering how difficult or impossible it would be to mount to my landlord 101. The problem is that the tiller is a (cough) John Deere unit. The reason I was interested in it is because the owner only wanted $15.00 for it and it rotated freely. Should I grab it or stay away? Thank-you, Jimmy Q

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I would buy iy because usually a JohnDeere tiller is worth alot more that 15 bucks.

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