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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Yard Machines/Tiller
the tines are usually connected with shear bolts designed to break away when u hit something as a safety precaution so that u dont break anything in the transmission. its common that people dont know this and replace them with normal bolts. if this was done and the tines are not moving now chances are uve got a snapped gear shaft
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
I am not sure either, but I think that it would be alot cheeper to buy a new tiller, than to use your strenght fixing a old tiller that you didn't bother to keep the instructions for (no, I am not trying to be harsh. I am trying to be nice. and I am not sure about it coming with instructions, they usually do.)
Sorry, that is the closest picture that I can get.
Here is a link that may help. (IDK, because it is blocked where I am at.) http://www.google.com/aclk?sa=l&ai=CqcKEPGEMSvvXJJyotgeEiOyLB_jqoUWYtdrOBMib0rsYEAMoB1DU-N7X_P____8BYMmOo4qkpMQRoAGUt9H9A8gBAaoEIU_Q6ppHU85NtRLlGbCSz8M4YQ7k6yZkGAMPo_XJ9i4rSQ&num=3&sig=AGiWqtyvlB5FasgaU109ezFuPnc-65WzHg&q=http://www.fixya.com/support/roper%3Fcmpid%3DG3372595023
Posted on May 14, 2009
If you are looking for repair parts diagrams and part numbers they are located pages 38 through 45 of the Owner's Manual.
Hope this helps.
Posted on May 26, 2009
Well hopefully it's not the transmission, as sometimes these tend to go. Another common but cheaper repair are the two bearings where the tines connect to the unit.
MORE THAN LIKELY.. The bearing is located above the worm gear housing, the part connected to the tines beneath the guard. This removal can be somewhat frustrating but if you remove it and remove the engine flange you'll be able to manually spin the drive shaft and see if it's the worm gear housing/lower bearings or if it's the more likely bearing on the clutch drum or the clutch itself.
Posted on Apr 16, 2010
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