Question about Craftsman 8.50 Torque Rating Rear Tine Tiller
Try adjusting the linkage or the shifter cable. If its too tight that will happen. I have almost the same one you do. Look at your manual and check out the blow up diagram. there is a way to adjust most models. If not you may need to replace the cable. But...before you do that make sure your cable isn't meeting with resistance somewhere causing it to be too tight.
Posted on May 06, 2010
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