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I am restoring my 149. I would like to start buying attachments for the old girl.... I am getting rid of my farmall cub... I beleive i can do everything with my new 149 jem... If anyone has anything let me know..

Thanks Ernie Stewart
I am restoring my 149. I would like to start buying attachments for the old girl.... I am getting rid of my farmall cub... I beleive i can do everything with my new 149 jem... If anyone has anything let me know..

Thanks Ernie Stewart
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This is the start to my girl!!!!! I have so much vision. I would love to find a tiller... How hard do you think that will be??? Auto part Engine Automotive engine part Transmission part Tool accessory


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This is the start to my girl!!!!! I have so much vision. I would love to find a tiller... How hard do you think that will be???
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Another question can I put an external hydralic plug in on this unit like if I was to get a power angle blade or even a hydralic tiller. Just an example...
Another question can I put an external hydralic plug in on this unit like if I was to get a power angle blade or even a hydralic tiller. Just an example...
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Hydraulic tiller driven off your internal hydraulic system No! The Pump in that Hydrostatic transmission does not generate enough Hydraulic pressure to Power a Tiller. Most Manufactures Hydraulic tillers are Driven by a separate PTO Pump( I have two Hydraulic driven Tillers One runs by a shaft driven PTO Pump the Other is a Belt driven PTO Pump) the exception to that is Case/Ingersoll tractors which can generate the pressure You need to run a Tiller and other Hydraulic driven attachments. You might be able to run extra Outlets Later wide frame were able to have 1 set of extra Outlets:thThumbsU
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Hydraulic tiller driven off your internal hydraulic system No! The Pump in that Hydrostatic transmission does not generate enough Hydraulic pressure to Power a Tiller. Most Manufactures Hydraulic tillers are Driven by a separate PTO Pump( I have two Hydraulic driven Tillers One runs by a shaft driven PTO Pump the Other is a Belt driven PTO Pump) the exception to that is Case/Ingersoll tractors which can generate the pressure You need to run a Tiller and other Hydraulic driven attachments...
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