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I don't know the age of the tiller but it is at least 25 years old
I just bend the guides back slightly, just enough so that the belt passes, placing the belt on the second pulley, turning the pulley slowly while the belt walks on it. the guide pins I then return into place with a hammer. The correct way is to remove the pulley, put the belt onto it the reinstall the pulley with the belt on it. Your may be different. If different please give the make and model.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Contact Northern Tool and Equipment: "Ardisam 5.5 HP Rear Tine Rototiller" (they don't call it a GardenStar anymore) it is Item # 26289.
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My wife and I are dealing with this as well. We can't get ours to go in reverse now.
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
I bought a repair manual from Clymer and found the belt sizes for my Atlas 12.5022 tiller. The manual lists a 1/2 inch by by 36 inch forward belt and 1/2 inch by 32 inch reverse belt for the model 12-5100. Good luck. Don't bother to buy the Clyme manual. It isn't very complete.
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
Assuming you have not already removed them make yourself a detailed sketch of how the belts are routed (your owner's manual should also show how how they go back on). Remove any guards or retainers (that keeps the belts from jumping off the pulleys) and put the new belts on just like the old ones. Reinstall any guards or retainers you removed. I know this may look complicated but if you take your time and figure out which belt does what it is not all that difficult. Hope this helps.
Posted on May 25, 2011
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