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ckc72r

Finally decided to attack and clean my rototiller, most of this was from the previous owner. It may never work right again now that it’s 20lbs lighter and has grease😂. Are there any other grease points on those tillers other than the two I found on the bottom side? And is there anymore maintenance u would do without splitting it apart? 
Thank you

kyle

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