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Troybilt pony wont go into drive.

Hi i have a troybilt pony rototiller, it is stuck in freewheel mode. The rod that you tun at get it into drive doesnt move. I have sprayed it wwith a ton of peneration lubricant to no avail. how do i repair it? I have the same problem as womanmower. My 1983 Junior Troy Bilt will rototill, but only one wheel works in the free wheel position.To move the rototiller I have to tilt it to one side and use the one good wheel. Slow and ardous. jomhp1 May 31, 2009

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Not technically a solution, but there are Troybuilt tiller forums out there on the net. MTD bought them out some years back and some parts are still available. I had to go thru them to find a part number for a mid 80's Horse unit that had a broken drive coupling. Anyways, they have parts breakdowns and manuals on their site. And I've seen some on ebay if you need parts.

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