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new tines on most any tiller looks easy but is a real job , over the years I have developed a more simpler way of just leaving mounting arms on drive shaft (getting them off is the hard part) and cutting the rivets off that hold tines to mounting arms with a grinder , then I just use bolts to reconnect new tines to old mounting arms
Remove grass box support cradle. Unscrew 2 allen bolts (one each side - located in front of cutting cylinder). Remove mowe side casing (drive side). Pull out entire cutting cylinder assembly. Usually they slide out without issue, but sometimes, they will jam and need levering out. There's nothing holding it in except the 2 screws.
Insert the scarifier assembly and secure with the 2 bolts.
Depends on how old it is. If it has a disc blade, it won't fit (there's no blade boss to fit it to!), but if a standard blade is fitted, it can be replaced with a scaifier blade. Having said that, rotary mowers aren't really suited to the task - better to get a cheap cylinder mower and fit a scarifier cylinder. MUCH more effective.