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  1. #1
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    Default Need some guidance

    I got a Yard Machine walk behind tiller & would like to put a 18"-24" grading blade on it. I've been wrestling whether it would be better up front or in back. Also if anyone knows of a conversion kit or someone that's gone down this road, I appreciate a point in the right direction.

    Lastly I'm trying to find some 16x6.50-6 Carlisle Super Lugs & wheels, can I get a website that might sell them?

    thanks,

    Steve

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    Default Re: Need some guidance

    Hi! First! Is your tiller a Front tiller or a rear tines tiller? I seen a friend. He removes the front tines and he replace the tines by homemade tubes and hubs adaptor for wheels. The blade was front. He adapt also a trailer with a seat at rear. All was running very well. This good friend is dead now A long time ago. Good luck! Oldmech

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