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I am trying to find info for a ranch king pro rear tine tiller, the engagement cable is broken and i can't seem to find any cable to replace it with or anything about a ranch king pro tiller, the engine is a briggs & stratton

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Looks like Ranch King Pro is made by MTD. The part is probably the same, but to be safe, take your old cable off and take it to a lawn equipment service shop to match it up. Shouldn't cost more than $10 - $20.

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