Question about Craftsman 8.50 Torque Rating Dual Rotating Tine Tiller

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There is power to the wheels, but no power to the tines.

The rear tines just free-wheel . I suspect a worn sproket, busted chain, or worn gear. I have no manual or parts blowout diagram. The model no. is nowhere to be found on the machine. My tiller is a craftsman 6.5 rear-tine. NOT the 8.5 dual rotating tine
but, that is all that was listed in then pull down.

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There is a manual on e-bay $3.75
I hope this helps

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Try Model # 917-294480 sounds like you have a broken chain to the tine shaft sprocket.

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