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SmilinSam

Taking tine assemblies off tiller shaft

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I have before me the arduous task of removing the tine assemblies from the shafts of a early 36" Simplicity Tiller so as I can replace the bearings. I have heat, prybars, pipe wrenches- you name it. What method or combination of methods has worked best for some of you? Thanks, Sam

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Those things are tough because of 2 things,,the inner shaft gets a burr on it and they freeze/rust together.I heat em up and pry//pull them off.If you ruin seals ,,oh well that's part of getting them off....

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