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My troybilt lurches forward and you can't hold onto it. I bought it used and the belt was slipping but no lurching problem- After the shop put on the new belt. It lurches forward when you start to till. I think they put jet fuel in it or something!! LOL

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This is normal for these. The belt slipping before absorbed this. The only real way to prevent this is to weigh the tiller down with large rocks, concrete blocks, something of that sort. They have been built much lighter since Troy-Bilt was bought by MTD, and don't weigh enough to keep from picking up and taking off when you use it. I have a small one, and I weigh it down with about 150 lbs of concrete and lead, and that does it.

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