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en Way Speedy Hoe Tiller

Posted by charlene71 (My Page) on
Sat, Apr 4, 09 at 12:50

I have an old Garden Way Speedy Hoe,with TC 200 engine. Also numbers 2026C 7138. With a Serial# HH108 on the machine. Looking for source for the 2 springs for Centrifugal Clutch.

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RE: en Way Speedy Hoe Tiller

Is this a model 352 speedy hoe by Garden Way?

I had one but the engine failed recently and I left the carcass with the dealer because it was in such good shape.

I have the manual for this machine and some tecumseh manuals and parts lists in pdf format if they would help.

Also, the dealer that worked on my machine may know a source for these springs.

You can email me if you want any of this info

RE: en Way Speedy Hoe Tiller

Greetings from Northern CT.
You mentioned that you have the owners manual for a speedy hoe model #352. I have one that I'm trying to get back into shape. Had it running last summer but didn't use it and now I'm determined to try again. Could you send the manual to me? And I thank you in advance.

RE: en Way Speedy Hoe Tiller

Several months ago you were kind enough to send me everything I needed to know about possibly rebuilding my speedy hoe 352. Unfortunately my computer went down and I lost that info. Would it be an imposition to ask you for that info again? Thank you again in advance.

RE: en Way Speedy Hoe Tiller

I have an old Garden way speedy hoe tiller cultivator.
I has been set up for years. I can not find parts for it. I think it needs a carburator kit. The engine is free and every thing else seems fine. I rebuilt the gear box and tines are painted like new. Engine is a Tecumseh #TC - 2026D 8158. The serial number of the tiller is #HH 028536

RE: en Way Speedy Hoe Tiller

Looking for operators manual to determine which way choke lever should be to start the engine. Should it be all the way to left when standing behind it, middle or all the way to the right (when standing behind it)?

RE: en Way Speedy Hoe Tiller

Look at very end of choke lever there Arrow made into lever end it points to choke position.

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