Question about Craftsman 8.50 Torque Rating Dual Rotating Tine Tiller
There should be a cotter pin or pin holding a large washer once you have removed these then you have to get the wheel to slide off the axle it has a keyway on it.i have taken a hammer and hit one side of the tire on the backside then turn the tire half way round and hit the tire from the backside and walk the wheel off the axle.if the axle is rusty shoot wd-40 around the axle and wheel .the wheel should slide back on as you line up the keyway when putting them back on.if your going after the chain the tines will have to come off too and the chain box split
Posted on May 28, 2010
Worst case scenario, if wheel hub is seized on axle you can try heating up hub sleeve with small butane torch, enough to cause hub sleeve to expand and drive off with hammer on back side of hub while still hot, or grab tire and try to turn on axle to un seize it, it will get tight as it cools so you have to work at it.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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