Western Auto Wizard Tiller

cogburnMarch 27, 2011

Hello,

I just picked up an old Western Auto Wizard tiller that belonged to my Great Uncle. It is a belt-drive model w/ reverse. It runs great, but I have leaking seals on both sides of the transmission. I have looked at a manual on-line, but don't really see how to get the shaft/tines off to replace the seals?

Thank you for reporting this comment. Undo
rustyj14(W/PA)

Look for some kind of pin or bolt, maybe on the inner end of the tines shaft, maybe obscured by caked on dirt, or rust. Might have a nut, cotter pin, bolt, or something. And if the tines are rusted on, a bath of PB Blaster for several days might loosen them. If all else fails, a careful application of heat from a welding torch might work, too. Since the seals are already shot, it can't hurt them. Maybe some carefully applied heat from a small tank propane torch might work, too. Just don't blow yer head off, by getting too close to the gasoline tank!

    Bookmark   March 28, 2011 at 9:40AM
Thank you for reporting this comment. Undo
mike_higgs_us_army_mil

Does anyone know the part number for the belts of Western Auto wizard tiller and a diagram of how the belts go on?

    Bookmark   June 13, 2011 at 2:48PM
Thank you for reporting this comment. Undo
ggoyeneche

Model number & serial number might be helpful.

    Bookmark   June 14, 2011 at 11:20AM
Sign Up to comment
More Discussions
McCullough Pro Mac 700 has to be a professional grade saw vs a Home?
Servicing/Starting my Neighbor’s McCullough Pro Mac...
loger_gw
What’s a good safe cure to stop or slow root entering sewer line?
What’s a good safe cure to stop or slow root entering...
loger_gw
honda snowblower problem
i have a honda 928 snowblower... good machine, but...
rudall
Woodzig electric pruner
I have a Woodzig electric pruner and use it often....
ranger_ric
Any owners of the Troy-bilt Cultivator Plus?
I bought this around 1984 and have never seen another...
baymee
Sponsored Products
Nautica Tiller Cotton Reversible Quilt and Sham Separates
Overstock.com
Earthwise's TC70001 8.5-Amp Electric Tiller and Cultivator
Overstock.com
© 2015 Houzz Inc. Houzz® The new way to design your home™