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MikeES
Brent, I see your tiller has the multi-hole plate (at the lower hitch), which I assume is some kind of depth control. Do you or anyone else know how it is supposed to work or how to set it up? I have the exact same rototiller but all of my manuals do not show anything about it. Thanks. Mike S.

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jlasater
Also make sure you put the intermediate belt guide setup on correctly. Have a look at http://www.wheatfarm.com/actractor/images/IMAGE11.jpg On my tractor, the previous owner had the wrong hole lined up so the belt was about an inch out of alignment.[A href='http://www.wheatfarm.com']http://www.wheatfarm.com[/a]

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Brent_Baumer
Mike - not for sure how to use that piece. I used to own another tiller like this one, except it did not have it. Not having one does not seem to affect the operation. Jlasater - I don't know if you're implying I have something not hooked up right. I can't see any difference between yours and mine. Brent

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MikeES
Brent, it looks like if you put a cable or chain from the hole plate up to something on the lift it would prevent the tiller from dropping all the way down. ???? I always till as deep as it will go. Or was this plate for something else??? Mike S.

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