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I have 2 and they are fairly new anyway when I engage tines they work fine until they hit dirt. then they stop and have a loud clicking noise. I'm sure that they are more than likely stripped out but can they be repaired and if so how ?

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You might have just sheared a shear pin that's how some of those are designed. Check around the shaft area that connects to the engine you might find that a pin is sheared if so, pound out and replace. Sometimes also called shear bolts. Good Luck...

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