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I just picked these up, and I thought they were for a tiller tine extension kit. The part number is right for the extension, but it doesn't look like the parts drawing. Anyone have a tine extension kit that can confirm this? My tiller is packed away in storage right now, so I can't easily see if it is just a regular tiller part.



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Might not be an tractor tiller extension kit, but rather tine brackets from a walk behind tiller...

I know some are close to the same thing as the extensions for the tractor tillers. I don't have any part books anymore to compare the parts numbers.

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Yeah Chris...I thought the shaft "extensions" were actaully a fairly common tiller part. The shroud extension is the tougher piece to run across.

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