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  1. #1
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    Oct 2006

    Default Bolens G152/1502 tiller decision

    There is a nice 42" tiller in the neighborhood, solid condition, excellent tines,etc. However, it has a hydraulic motor on the input side of the gear box. It runs hydraulically, not mechanically with a PTO shaft. However, if you take off the hydraulic motor and put on an adapter that fits the input shaft on the tiller and has the 6 spline, 1 3/8" shaft on the other side, it will work with the PTO. Question??

    Will the 1502 have enough oomph to drive this tiller? this tractor has real snot for 15 HP. It drives a 50" finish mower like nobody's business.


  2. #2
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    Apr 2000
    Dixon, Il
    ford 9700, tw30, massey, jd2030 jd4010, yanmar F60d, ym330d, ym276d,ym226d,ym186d, ym2000, ym155

    Default Re: Bolens G152/1502 tiller decision

    It will have enough power to run it.That is a close to the size they came with.
    Leonard Sheaffer

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