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When I lower the tiller to the ground the blades dont bite. The PTO rpms are at the recomended rate. Do I need to replace the gear box? If so how much would one cost?

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Your belt is likely slipping. To adjust the belts, slide the block down that the roller on the forward/reverse lever uses to lock the tiller into forward. Use a 9/16" wrench to loosen the bolt on the backside of the block, then slide the block down a bit and retighten the bolt. If it's not the belt slipping, you've got transmission gear or bearing problems that could be costly to repair. I hope it's the simple adjustment.

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SOURCE: I just got a 5' KK rotary tiller and the pto shaft

http://www.youtube.cohttp://www.everythingattachments.com/Tractor

http://www.everythingattachments.com/Tractor-3-Point-Hitch-Tillers-Rotary-Tillers-s/76.htm

go to the second site first, it will explain your "problem.". Your problem is you need to adjust the length of the pto shaft to your particular application. not all pto shafts fit all attachments "out of the chute"
once the shaft is adjusted OR prio to modifying it, view the first video. both or very well presented. i've been there!
Happy tilling!!

steve wood
Rancho de Suenos
Albuquerque, NM

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Go to this page: http://www.jackssmallengines.com/help.cfm

The choose menus:
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RT424 4hp (note model and serial numbers!) pick yours

It will be 902026-xxxxxxx x= your number

There are 2 gearbox part numbers

1. 00201400
http://www.jackssmallengines.com/searchdb2.cfm?arisku=00201400&aribrand=Ariens&arireturnurl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.jackssmallengines.com%2Fhelp.cfm%3Fario%253dgetAssemblyCollectionariamparipa%253dS4JA%252bvDiuhxnRQKPG3HpjA%253d%253dariamparica%253dVW4ZVMgDKUJOh%252fyuxQghxw%253d%253dariamparioem%253dT5AoXrwJ%252fdc5PmlGuX535Q%253d%253dariamparit%253dac83beea-d9ce-4586-92eb-5b37a36e4d95&ariqty=1

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00287100 (Aluminum)

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That should be what your looking for. All of the seals and bearings can be found there also using the tedious menu search then selecting gearcase at the top of the picture.

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P.s I tried a net search for just the gearbox part number 00287100 with only one result. Seems you will have to use the menus.

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