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I am in the pross of putting a lombardini diesel in a 900 series frame so i will have a 920. I plan on buying a tiller for it and I was wondering how hard a 38" tiller would be on the gear box. or if it should be any thing to worry about. i also plan on pulling a brindley plow with it.
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Hi Neil, the 38" tiller, is shown to be used on the 900 series, beginning with the 914H. So, I would no be overly worried about the wear and tear, after-all, it does save wear and tear on your back.;) [url]http://www.simpletractors.com/models/900_series/attachments.htm[/url]
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The 38" heavy duty runs alot smoother than the 36" tillers and thus I would think it would be a little easier going on the tractor drive train. It weighs something like 305 lbs and does not bounce around like the others. Most tractors require front weights to balance the that tiller, but with the added weight of diesel you may not need any. take into consideration that the battery box is longer on the 920 than it is on the other 900 series tractors to accomodate a larger battery. There are other subtle frame differences in the engine compartment too.
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