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I have my 5020H. Just picked up a 3pt for it this summer.

Does anyone around here plow their garden with one of these? I'm looking to get a rototiller, but I'd kinda like to be able to plow first.

Any help or pictures of your hook up would be appreciated!
 

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.... So I'm going to take that as a nooooo.....

Now I'll have to keep my eyes open for another tractor. Gee

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Well, if you're not going to use it, send the 3 pt to me. :)

or just post some pics of the 3pt, I hope to have one on my GTX20 one day.

Dan
 

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HAHA.... Yeah. I think not. I'd been looking for one for about 7 years ;) I have a pair of arms that bolt to the frame fabbed up if that gets you any closer :D
 

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I have a DGT 1700 same as gt2000 heres my tiller also pics of someone elses 3 point and tiller attachment
That I believe is the narrower tiller than the others I've seen. Also, the arms that mount the tiller are different than the arms that mount the 3-pt. But I have always wondered if you can use those 3-pt arms for the tiller.
 

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Back to your original question.

I don't see any reason that you couldn't plow with your tractor.

You have enough weight, HP and an Eaton 11 hydro with a 2-spd rear end.

Put a Brinly plow on it and It should do a great job.
 

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Back to your original question.

I don't see any reason that you couldn't plow with your tractor.

You have enough weight, HP and an Eaton 11 hydro with a 2-spd rear end.

Put a Brinly plow on it and It should do a great job.
I've been keeping my eyes out for a Brinly plow locally and curious if it would be worth picking up. I have a Simplicity 2110 that I am getting a 36" tiller setup on right now and David Bradley Tractors with plows. I just want all of the toys to do all the jobs that I want them to do. Eventually (someday) I'll get an HT-20 or 23 with a front end loader too!
 

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That I believe is the narrower tiller than the others I've seen. Also, the arms that mount the tiller are different than the arms that mount the 3-pt. But I have always wondered if you can use those 3-pt arms for the tiller.
tiller arms are a lot different from 3 point the tiller can have extensions i think its the standard 33 inch at present
 
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