- Nov 18, 2016
- 1993 Ford 4630, 1972 IH 140, 1970 IH 140, 1975 IH Cub, 1949 John Deere A
I traded for a Troy-Bilt Horse tiller years ago and it came with a wood splitter attachment. The wood splitter hasn't been used in some time, it is self contained all but the engine which is why you have to remove the tines and attach the wood splitter. I had a water pump with an 8HP Briggs & Stratton engine and decided to put the engine on the wood splitter instead of having to hook it to the tiller with is aggravating. I also decided to put a fast hitch prong on it to hook to the 140 making it quick and easy. I don't plan on splitting a bunch of wood since we heat with gas, the wood will be for the tractor rim laying in the yard we roast hotdogs and marshmallows with. I removed the plate for the reservoir tank so I can mount the engine then figure out where the tank needs to be.