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Oil seal for rear tine shaft

Can't find serial number on tiller that has a 6hp motor and is about 30 years old and need a oil seal on the rear tine counter shaft. I also can't find a serial or model number.

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    JERRY ABELL May 11, 2010

    the tiller model # and serial # tags are generally located on the tine housing.

  • John McKinney May 11, 2010

    If you can get me the all of the numbers you can find on the engine, I will be able to get you a parts diagram for your tillers engine. thank you.

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I checked my troy bilt and can not find any numbers above the wheel on the housing and I know they have not been taken off. Is there anywhere else to look?

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Tine shaft seal is part number 9618
also MTD P/N GW-9618099/GW-9618

Sometimes if you can get it out without destroying it, you can find a manufacturers number on it also and purchase it from a local bearing supplier or take it to them and they can measure and match it for you

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The serial number is located on a flat spot just above the right wheel shaft where the gear housing and the top gear cover meet. It will be a six digit number stamped in the metal.

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