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Randy, The gear in the gear box may have sheared a key, or damaged gear. Check the attached links,instruction and guides, Good luck
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Transmission/differential. Perhaps the unit sat for 4 years because the tines would not turn and your replacement engine has not solved the real problem. I'd say disassemble the chain case to discover what's locking the tine drive.
That sounds like a "look see". Unless something has wrapped itself around one of the shafts causing resistance (Like a wire, or nylon twine or even certain types of vines...you'd be surprised how well they can hide around tiller shafts both drive and tines causing all types of hidden issues) it may need lubrication. But from here...I'm blind and deaf on this one. Sorry but I'd have to be there with you on one like this.
Little grease on the shaft and some work was able to remove pulley. Found input pinion, tine sprocket and gear all missing some teeth. check with sears and these parts are no longer available. Can anyone tell me where i might find or locate replacement part i need for this tiller?