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troy bilt horse tiller attachment

Posted by Bill1970 none (My Page) on
Thu, Jan 31, 13 at 15:57

Can anybody tell me what the "sod point" attachment is used for? I find it listed in both the owners and parts manuals, but neither say what it's used for or how to use it. Any info would be much appreciated. thank-you


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RE: troy bilt horse tiller attachment

Tilling up a sod = grass the tiller wants walk on top like run away. The point dig in as drag and help on runaways.
Here link to point on drag bar.

I use sweet on mind that works good to, but haveto buy different pieces so mount sweet on this first part of hiller furrow attachment.

Here is a link that might be useful: sod point

This post was edited by gator_rider2 on Thu, Jan 31, 13 at 18:09


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RE: troy bilt horse tiller attachment

Great! I've gotta have one! LOL Does anybody have a sod point attachment they could give me the measurements from?(length & width) As they are NLA, I'm going to get one of the guys in the fab shop where I work to make me one. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks


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