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36" Tiller and snow blower

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I'm going to look at a 36" tiller and snow blower for my AC 712 today. It appears that all the pulleys are there. What should I look for as far as wear points, etc? I'll share pics when I get it all.


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Hold the tines steady and turn the input. There are 3 chains and sprockets that wear. Tight is a 1/8 revolution. I have seen them work and go almost 1/3 or close to half. Also the bearings on each side of the tines will go if tilling rocky terrain... Of course the amount of tine material left as well.

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