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Cc rt65 tiller are tines suppose to move on the mounting plate? Named articulating tines & they mount with 2 washers and one of bolt holes is oblong makes me believe that they are suppose to pivot.

Cub cadet RT 65 rear tine tiller

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I have looked at the specification for this, and although it does show as being VESA compatible (This is a display standard) There is no mention of any "wall mounting" capabilities at all, which would lead me to believe that this is not designed to be put on a mount. also the "Magic Rotation" Technology which is part of this device may rely on it using the proprietory stand, it may well be possible to remove the stand however, but it would require some significant dissasembly as the power connector is on the signal box, and this would need to be seperated from the stand itself. The mounting bolts look to be hidden behind the round pivot cover on the back, and it may be possible to see if mounting is possible simply by removing this, however I would seek information from the manufacturer about this as removing any of the covers would most likely invalidate your warranty, it is possible that this was missold to you and you should be able to take it back as not being fit for purpose.

Posted on Sep 15, 2007

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Probably you have to loosen the rear mounting as well so that you can get a little bit more play in the movement to fir the bolt in.
Cheers

Posted on Oct 28, 2008

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tilt the back of the tiller up and check for a rock or stick wedged in between the tines and the shield

Posted on Aug 21, 2009

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check the sher bolt on the tine to drive shaft. ill need model and ser number off the unit before i can go further with helping you thy changed them around a lot

Posted on Oct 13, 2009

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There should be at least 4 mounting holes (VESA mount), and they should be used.

Posted on Dec 17, 2009

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