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Wheel Horse Tiller attachment

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ID: 1   Posted

Did wheel horse make something like this?

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ID: 2   Posted

yes. But you wouldn't want it. PM me the location of this ridiculously common item and I'll come take it away so it doesn't bother you! :hide:

Seriously though.... yes. WT-30 tiller. Made in 1960 for the suburbans. Should also come with a larger speed reduction pulley for the trans.

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ID: 3   Posted

How does it attach to the tractor?

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Here's the pic from the manual (which I also just placed here ---> )

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Pretty rare find.... and I don't like to use that word. Many things are scarce.... but that one I'd say is rare to find. Looks like that one's in really nice shape as well.

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ID: 5   Posted

How much doesnt something like that go for?

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ID: 6   Posted

"Doesn't" go for? Nothing. It definitely doesn't go for nothing. :)

What would it sell for? Hard to say. Never seen one sell. But I'll tell you that last week there was a postcard advertising piece of this tiller on ebay that brought over $100. It's like any other Suburban attachment. Who's near it, who wants it and how much does money mean to that person? The only comparison I could make might be a Suburban snowblower which is pretty hard to find too, and I've seen a few of those sell in the $150 range. (give or take) If I were to guess, the WT-30 tiller would probably bring an easy $200, and could maybe double that depending on where it is and who wants it.

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If I was close enough or could get it shipped I would give the sellers asking price. I hadn't seen one until I saw the post card on ebay last week I did notice that there is one in the implements picture gallery.

Maybe I could set something up with the Stevasaurus trucking company and get it here for next years Minnesota show :ychain:

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