Question about Troy-Bilt Pony Garden Tiller
Hi, On the stubborn ones I use large wood screws in as many places as possible to lift it out. (some times as many as 6 screws.) You put them through the center part of the facing. You may have to use a smaller screw to make a hole for the bigger screws. Then screw them all evenly to lift it out.
If that does not work I drill holes in it until I can break the old seal into pieces and then pry it out with a screwdriver. Some of them can really be stubborn. The key is to be careful if you use a drill because if you don't get all of the drill shavings out it will cut the new seal you installed.
Hopefully you do not have the kind of seal that is installed on the inside of the gear case where the case has to be separated to remove the seal. I have not seen one of those since the old Wheel Horse Tillers. Sorry to hear of the struggle your having but I think with persistence you will get it out.
Posted on May 05, 2010
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