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Troy bilt tiller

Posted by carolinaslim (My Page) on
Sat, Oct 16, 10 at 11:57

I have a horse model and it seems the dogs are worn short, has anyone else experienced this problem? The transmission dog turns with the engine and the tine dog turns with the tines but when bolted together the tines will not turn, help. Only thing I know to do is install new dogs, is there something else I could try?


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RE: Troy bilt tiller

Slim other post I think answer in that post take back apart check weld on dog.


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RE: Troy bilt tiller

  • Posted by mla2ofus z7b Tom Green Co.,Tx (My Page) on
    Sun, Oct 17, 10 at 16:58

Is the trans dog sliding all the way out against the retaining ring on the output shaft? If yours is the PTO model it should have plenty of grease packed in there w/ the dogs.

Mike


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RE: Troy bilt tiller

I have a horse model and it seems the dogs are worn short, has anyone else experienced this problem? The transmission dog turns with the engine and the tine dog turns with the tines but when bolted together the tines will not turn, help. Only thing I know to do is install new dogs, is there a way to check the dogs for wear or something else I could try?


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RE: Troy bilt tiller

  • Posted by mla2ofus z7b Tom Green Co.,Tx (My Page) on
    Sun, Oct 24, 10 at 16:54

Did you check what we suggested?
Mike


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RE: Troy bilt tiller

I have checked all of the above, welds are solid, dog all the way out and plenty of grease.


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RE: Troy bilt tiller

  • Posted by mla2ofus z7b Tom Green Co.,Tx (My Page) on
    Fri, Oct 29, 10 at 7:54

If they're worn there should be evidence of wear on the faces where they engage ie: the corners will be rounded instead of square.
Mike


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