Smitty, I don't know if you looked at what your need, but here it is!
Also, did you get the lift link when you got your tiller? The link & pto are often forgotten when folks sell a tiller! PTO may be difficult to find and pricey when you do find it... from $400-$600! Lot's of folks in here very familiar with the tiler, just ask if you've questions. Bob
I had thought the same Bob but was not 100% sure. I have tractors with 3pt hitch but they are not the greatest thing since sliced bread. If you have need for tiller then that is the way you have to proceed. I have some 3ph attachments I like to use but not an every day occurrence. Priorities is the name of the game and only the owner/user can make that decision.
I've got a 3-pt...I think from a 140... on my 317 cuz I installed a divert valve for the rear hydraulics. I've got a 33 for the rear of my 314, so I can visually see that the 2 cannot be mounted on a tractor at the same time!
Another quick note! The 312 is a single spool hydraulic system. If rear hydraulics are installed, you'll also need a lockout link for the rockshaft... or expect to wait a few minutes for the rear implement to raise. Bob
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