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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
Posted on Jun 03, 2015
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