Tiller rebuild started

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Re: Tiller rebuild started

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A short rain about 9 am . Tilled a fresh flower bed just now. The rebuilt tiller is awesome. In untilled sod it broke it up without pushing the tractor forward. It would inch along with a slight nudge of the pedal.
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We broke out about 50 feet for a new flower bed rain is predicted for this afternoon.
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Spike Colt - 9 & 10, Case - 108, 118, 444, 446, 448, 646, 646bh, Ingersoll 4016, 4118AH
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A tiller with missing tines had the center "ripper" . It was added to the rebuild and set at the same radius depth of the tines. The ripper addition probably created enough drag, holding the tiller from pushing the tractor.
Spike Colt - 9 & 10, Case - 108, 118, 444, 446, 448, 646, 646bh, Ingersoll 4016, 4118AH
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Re: Tiller rebuild started

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Must be nice Eugene, to see the work you put in the tiller giving success good results! Yay! :thumbsup:
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Re: Tiller rebuild started

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The equipment and ground both look great@Spike188 ! :thumbsup:
Looking forward to some pictures of flowers blooming!
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