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Statesman 5.5 Hp Rear tine tiller swing handle

Thank you for any help. We took apart our Staesman 5.5 rear tine tiller to replace the gear shift. We took it apart and a gear fell down and spacers. If we had a schematic it would help to see how it goes back together. We are both electronic electricains, I have worked with the mechanical engineering depatment drawing prints to scale. So if you know where to get the information or how to even goggle it. Any help would be gratefully appreciated.
Debra Clifton Thanks again

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Hello Debra:

Depending on the Units Model Numbers, you May be Able to View a Breakdown at the Following Site Addy.
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