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Ryobi ry60514 tines won't turn

Cultivator tines do not turn whengas is applied. Thanks in advance for any help.

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  • unkle jed Apr 10, 2009

    When I apply gas the tines as well as the shaft the tines are attached to wont turn.

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There are shear bolts that hold the tines on. they are designed to snap when u hit something big such as a big rock or pipe or something like that. they are designed to snap at so much pounds of pressure so u dont break any gears or gearshafts. a lot of times people dont realize this and put regular screws or bolts in it and run it. when they hit something they ussually snap the gearshaft inside the tiller. i have replaced this on my fathers tiller cause he did the same thing. so either u might need to put new shear bolts in or if u had a regular bolt in u probably snapped a gear shaft or a gear.

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