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Shear pins keep breaking on tiller

Is there a repair kit to fix this problem

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My tiller keeps shearing pins for tines


-Try to use number 8 grade. possibly it hit stone or hard surface
very often that's why it keep shearing the lock pin.

Good Luck


Mai

May 21, 2014 | Craftsman Garden

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Husqvarna shear pins break within minutes


if we are speaking about the shear pins on the tines, the ground is the problem and you need to begin your first pass on a more shallow setting and progress to a deeper setting gradually. if we are speaking about the shear pins on the tires w/o engaging the tines then these should not be breaking and I recommend that the tiller be examined by an authorized dealer.

Jun 15, 2012 | Husqvarna Garden

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I have a rear tine craftsman tiller and it keeps breaking the shear pins on the right outer tine. I have replace the pins several times. Same results. What could be causing the problem?


Hi,
The hole is worn out so the pin has room to move around inside the hole which causes excess wear on the pin...this causes the pin to break after a period of use...

The best fix would be to have the hole welded up and then redrilled to the proper size again..

heatman101

Jun 25, 2011 | Garden

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Tiller blades barely turns and you have to hold down forward lever to get them to keep turning


belt worn and too loose, maybe pulley slipping on the shaft, shear bolts or pins broke on tines. worse case sheared key in tranny case for drive gears.

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Hi Yard Machines rear tiller looks like 216-430-000 but no numbers on mine. was running tilling fine when all of a sudden tines stopped spinning. When shifting to till feels like no positive engagement....


There is a SHEAR pin that could also be broken. It's there to protect the sprocket from breaking in the event of hitting a rock or something large while tilling. You will have to go to the MTD website who makes Yard Machines, to get the directions on changing the pin or the chain whatever the case may be.

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The float and pin can be bought as a repair kit., and replaced.

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chinese steel. use a grade 5 or grade 8 bolt and it won't shear.

Apr 16, 2009 | Garden

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