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How do i remove the wheels from the 6070S tiller to repair a flat tire

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SOURCE: 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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SOURCE: I have a Gilson Bros. Rear Tine Tiller. I need

check and if the end off axle has a swelled place use a file or sand paper to smooth it out.try some penetrating oil that will help

Posted on Jul 12, 2009

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SOURCE: need oil for 6070s scott tiller

my manual says 00 grease 18-22 ounces my model is 6070s hope this helps jlay777_99@yahoo.com

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