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How do you remove & replace the rear tine shaft & bearings?

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on my pony the disc came off when i removed all of my tine shafts. then i pulled the old seals out an drove the new ones in

Posted on Apr 29, 2009

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SOURCE: The tines on my troy built Horse tiller do not grb

Since there is no grinding noise, if the problem is in the gear box it isn't too severe. There is a slight possibility that a tooth or two has been broken off one of the gears. But it sounds more like you have a worn drive belt. Most of the time when the tines don't grab or they slip it is because the drive belt have become worn in some way. If it is suppose to be a one-half inch wide belt it could have thinned to a three-eight inch allowing the belt to drop further into the pulley than needed, or it may be "sloppy", not tightening enough to operate the tines if it has stretched. The right belt is very important and is an easy fix. I hope this helps.

Posted on Jun 18, 2009

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SOURCE: I need to replace the seals on my Troy-Built Pony

I presume you opened the port and removed the grade 8 placement bolt? If you have then you need to polish the shafts with 400 then 800 sandpaper, clean then lube them before trying to slide thru the support bearings. If your tine shaft is bent? your screwed, or just remove the shaft seals with a screwdriver and replacing them without removing the shaft. REmember to put a thin coat od RTV arround the outer lip to help make a better seal

Posted on Nov 15, 2009

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How are you today? I hope well. This is a pretty simple project to get wheel off.

To remove tire & hub from tiller,place tiller on a secure jack or stand,remove front cap,behind wheel in hub & axle you will find a pin that goes through both,punch out with a punch or type of ice pick. You know something similar in your garage if you don't have a punch. Even a small Phillips screw driver could work. Of course when putting back on reverse procedure, might be able to use same pin if not damaged in process of removing it. Hope this helps, Mike

Posted on Sep 23, 2011

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  2. Remove belt, large pulley on gearbox.
  3. Remove throttle cable, idler pulley cable and shift handle.
  4. Remove engine, handle, wheels, tines cover and tines.
  5. Lay gearbox on side on two sawhorses, left side facing up
  6. Remove all the nuts on that side. If the three shafts have corrosion, use sandpaper to remove.
  7. Pry the two halves apart, then hammer the ends of the three shafts to push through their bushings. Use brass or wood to avoid blossoming the shaft ends. When shafts are through their bushings, the right side will fall away.

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I need to replace the seals on my Troy-Built Pony tiller. 6 hp, ser.# 121811201149. I can not seem to remove the tine shafts. I have pulled the bolt thru the shaft but cannot budge it. Does anyone know...


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How do I remove the wheels on a 1985 Troy Built Horse Rototiller?


Horse wheels are held on with a single roll pin. Pound out the roll pin and pray.....that the rims aren't rusted to the shaft. If the rims are rusted to the shaft, you have two choices. You can either put the new tires or tubes on the rim with the rim on the shaft...or you can work at getting the rims off the shaft. If you put tubes in, be sure the rim is free of sharp edges.....or you'll be sorry.

To get the rims off if they're rusted on, I've used a variety of techniques over the years. The most effective is to weld a nut on the spot where you removed the end caps. Use a nut that's the same thread as your bearing puller. Then use the bolt from your bearing puller to put pressure on the end of the shaft, pulling the rim off. A torch helps, but be careful or you'll be putting new seals in too.

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