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Found some great advice on this forum and eager to learn more. Here's my next dilemma...

I have a GX335 with hydrostatic drive. I have a pretty good size garden and would love to be able to plow the thing instead of simply tilling the thing in the fall. I have been told however, that using a plow behind my GX335 would wear out my hydrostatic drive. Can't afford a tiller to go behind my garden tractor but can afford a single bottom plow.

I have tractor tread type tires...locking differential, and rear weights, if I should need them.

So what do ya think?
 

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That settles it....I'll be plowing this fall! With the electric hitch, by the way.
 

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Well either way it sounds like the advise I am getting is to get that sleeve hitch made and plow bought and to get busy turnin some dirt over! What a delightful sound to my ears because that tiller is going to drive me to an early grave if I have to keep on using that thing for everything in the garden!
 

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Yes...A front tine craftsman tiller...love the machine itself...wife bought it for me for Christmas one year, years ago and it has been a great machine over the years. Sure, the occassional tine breaks off the tine axle but that's why I have an old Lincoln welder...Ha ha

When I was a yonger man it was no prblem to run that tiller with a beer in one hand and the tiller in the other...now that I have reached the 46 year level of life all I want is something easier and a cold glass of sun tea sitting in the cupholder of my GX335.

Do I hear an AMEN!?
 
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