In Reply to: 8N rototiller fabrications posted by Brad on April 08, 2020 at 12:39:31:
I don't understand the modern fascination with rototillers.
I will admit they do a nice job if you have the right soil conditions.
But if you have roots and rocks or clay soil they are pretty much useless and will tear themselves apart.
I ran a rototiller behind a MF 35 Deluxe for half a summer when I was 16 - tilling between the rows on a berry farm near Portland, OR.
The soil there was perfect for a tiller and it did a nice job.
But that is still the most BORING job I have ever done with a tractor.
I hated it.
Give me a plow, a disc and maybe a spike tooth drag to finish with.
It's faster, suitable for more soil types and conditions and Way more fun than the dreary task of running a tiller.