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How do I change the tines


You have not shared which model and make of tiller you have, but many of them have a set screw or two holding each tine on.
You would need to loosen the screws, and maybe polish the shaft with sandpaper and oil it to get each tine off in order.
Some tillers use a different method of tine installation, since this can be patented or trademarked.
For example, some have the tines permanently attached to the shaft, so the whole shaft must be replaced as a unit.
God bless your efforts.

May 12, 2016 | Garden

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Have a Honda FG110 - today I found a large puddle of "clean" oil under it! does not appear to be engine oil .. gear case maybe?


Look at the shaft seals on the output shaft where the tines are attached. If it's wet then the oil came from the gear box.

Sep 24, 2014 | Garden

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Tines on tiller


-Check the locking bolt that hold the tine shaft to the main shaft. Possibly it's broken. If so replace new bolt. you should be good to go again.


Good Luck


mai

May 24, 2014 | Craftsman 17 In. Dual Rear Tine Tiller

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The tines on my tiller attachment UT5550 will not go around.


You got to take the input shaft loose and be sure the tiller is frozen.
If so try to reverse the drive shaft to free it up. NO?
You better have a look see inside the gear box.

Dec 26, 2011 | Garden

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The oil seal where the tiller attachment fastens to the tiller is leaking how do i remove the seal


IF THIS IS A WALK BEHIND TILLER OR FRONT TINE TILLER. THERE SHOULD BE PINS OR BOLTS HOLDING THE TINES ON THE DRIVE SHAFT REMOVE THESE AND PULL THE TINES OFF THE TILLER. THEY MAY GIVE YOU A HARD TIME GETTING THEM OFF SO DON'T GIVE UP. ONCE YOU GET THE TINES OFF YOU SHOULD SEE THE SEALS YOU CAN POP THE OLD ONES OUT WITH A SCREW DRIVER CLEAN OUT THE SOCKETS WHERE THE NEW SEALS WILL GO REPLACE THE NEW SEALS GENTLY WITH A SMALL HAMMER TAPPING THEM IN EVENLY AND TRY NOT TO BEND THE SEAL

Feb 05, 2011 | Garden

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I cannot get my oil seals of my rear tine tiller It is a Troy Bilt 5.5 hp and I got the left side off but the right side tine attachment will not budge any suggestions please


Have you tried soaking the shaft area with either PB Blaster or Deep Creep penetrating oil. Try this for a few days before trying to tackle getting the tine attachment off.

Jan 26, 2010 | Troy Bilt Pony 6.5 Hp Rear Tine Tiller

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Replace tine shaft oil seals - Junior model


on my pony the disc came off when i removed all of my tine shafts. then i pulled the old seals out an drove the new ones in

Apr 27, 2009 | Troy Bilt, Tuffy, Rear - Tine Tiller, 4.0...

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Troy bilt pony left side tine assembly fell off


sounds like the shaft is either bent,or the inside diameter is worn and the shaft tube needs to be replaced.

Apr 23, 2009 | Troy-Bilt Pony Garden Tiller

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Tines won't turn.


Sounds like you hit something (like a rock or a big root) to make it Stop suddenly and smash one of the gears in the housing, The shaft that runs through the housing has a brass gear that is easily damaged when it comes to a sudden stop from hitting something. Snow blowers are famous for this problem.

Apr 17, 2009 | Homelite Consumer Products Tiller...

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