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How to lock drive shaft to change reverse disk?

A friend gave me an older model Troy Built tiller and I am trying to replace the reverse wheel. I have some experience working on machines and am looking for hints to change the reverse disk. Mainly to lock the shaft so as to loosen the retaining nut holding the disk. I am sure there is a easy way but I am not seeing it. Any help would be great, Thanks Chas.

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I just changed the belts on my tiller, and had the same problem..The manual says to be on the left side of machine and with a box end wrench on the bolt, "hit with a hammer"..use a brass or lead hammer..
This sometimes works, but you still have to tighten it when you are done!
My tiller has electric start, so the easy way was to remove starter and position a piece of wood against the ring gear.
John

Posted on May 26, 2009

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