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I bought this tiller used. There's no manual with it. When I want to move it, I have to start the engine, engage the clutch and walk it at a snail's pace to where I want to use it.
I'm wondering if there's a lever somewhere that will alow me to 'freewheel' the axle (without starting the engine) and just push the tiller to the worksite at a quick pace.
Lots of info here, check your Green Thumb Roto Tiller's "Model #" (for example mine is #53GT-F) , and look on the site I linked to , good chance they have it in their database, have a ODF exploded view of it , and have parts available.
Hope this helps.................Blake
Posted on Aug 08, 2012
You can turn the wheels around and it will free wheel but you would have to turn them back around when you get ready to
till the ground. when the wheels are reversed you can push it without the motor running. hope this helps
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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