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    kmacaoidh
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    I have had these tools for a while,got them in along with other tools that attach to the small Honda tractor-rotavator I have. But these two tools, a small ridge plough and grubber, I can’t figure out how best to make a tool bar hitch to carry the tools for work. The other obvious question is, what make of equipment or original method of attachment would these tools have had? Any ideas,or directions in which to look would be much welcomed.

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    #39098
    will-haggle
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    Looks like an early Merry Tiller tool bar, early Merry Tillers had a round hole in the hitch but later ones with the cast hitch could take both round and rectangular tool connectors.

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    #39118
    kmacaoidh
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    Thank you Will, for the photo and Merry Tiller suggestion. I’m still a bit confused as to how the tool fits into the hitch? Or I’m over thinking how complicated the hitch is? Has it got two bolts to tighten it securely into position? A side photo of the hitch would be great if, you Will or anyone else, had one?

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    will-haggle
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    It is pushed up through the hole and clamped with a special bolt.

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