Cultivator, tiller, etc for John Deere L111

Hey there all, This last summer, I bought a John Deere L111 from Home Depot. I have a garden that is around 31' x 51', and don't own a tiller. Does anyone know of any pull behind tillers/cultivators/etc. that would work with this tractor? I understand that this is mower, but I have heard that you can buy attachments from other manufacturers that will do the job. The tractor has a 20 horse V twin, and standard tires. If I do wind up with an attachment to till the garden, will I have to install weights and chains to get good traction? New tires?
Any help anyone can give me would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks, Kyle
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On Sat, 28 Jan 2006 13:29:10 -0500, Solomyn wrote:

Good day Kyle, I have seen some after market plows/tillers for lawn tractors. The ones I've seen have a metal box on the top of them where you place some type of weight. Bricks, bags of sand and the like. These just don't seem pratical IMHO. The JD L111 doesn't have a pto, which would be the way I would want to go. Stop over at you local JD dealer and see what they have and what their opinion is about a pull behind.
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hope the link works this time gggrrrr sometimes our server is a rea
pain. this is easier lol. www.sears.com lawn and garden--tractor attachments which is furthur down the page ;)
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Solomyn Hey there all,
This last summer, I bought a John Deere L111 from Home Depot. I hav a garden that is around 31' x 51', and don't own a tiller. Does anyon know of any pull behind tillers/cultivators/etc. that would work with this tractor? I understand that this is mower, but I have heard that yo can buy attachments from other manufacturers that will do the job. The tracto has a 20 horse V twin, and standard tires. If I do wind up with a attachment to till the garden, will I have to install weights and chains to ge good traction? New tires?
Any help anyone can give me would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks, Kyle
hi kyle hope these links might give u some idea of what u are looking for maybe the home depot or a tractor dealer in your area might be able t help u find what u want if u have a pic to show them :). i think u ca get some attachments in electric start but im not sure on that on sorry:( . good luck in your search hope u find what u want. cyaaa sockiescat.
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