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I'm getting a bit older and I can see forward to the day when it will be very difficult to manually lift my tiller just using the manual lift handle. Is the a elctric lift that raises and lowers the tiller on a 7018H? Thanks.:I

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There was an electric kit available. You need to check with a dealer. Also there are two gear sets, one for tillers and one for mower decks. The tiller gear set will just make the mower deck raise slower.

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Gene, You may want to place a want ad for a used electric lift. If you can find a new one, they're pricey. The optional gear set Bob mentioned is only required for the 38" tiller (300 lbs.). I raise the 36" tiller (150 lbs.) with a standard gear set with no problem. I have a front counterweight but don't like it for tiller use. It takes too much weight off the tiller for the tiller to "dig in". BTW - If your tractor has an alternator, make sure it has enough output to handle an electric lift.

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