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Troy-bilt horse engiine runs good , tines work,

Troy-bilt horse engiine runs good , tines work, left wheel is powered But right wheel is not powered Always pulling to left. and worse getting stuck

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The wheel shaft on a Horse tiller is one piece so if the shaft turns on one side it will turn on the other. make sure the pin that holds the wheel on is not missing that would let it spin on the shaft.
That's the only thing I can think of that would cause that problem. Hope that helps.

Frank

Posted on Oct 07, 2010

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