Rear Mount Tiller

I have been trying to remove the wheel from a Craftsman rear tine tiller, but I have not had much luck. I have soaked both wheels with Power Blaster penetrating spray, which is about the best I have used. I have drilled holes through the wheel so that I could use puller to directly pull on the hub, so that I did not warp the wheel, I also use a torch to heat the hub while I use the puller. With all of this, I still have not moved the hub from the axle! Does anyone have a solution, short of cutting the wheel off? Thanks……….
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Did you remove the clevis pin and clip (unless someone put a nut and bolt instead)..good luck

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Rear tine tillers break up hard ground and till it into soft garden soil that can easily be cultivated and sowed. They allow you to loosen soil effortlessly without the exhausting labor.
A rotary tiller uses a set of curved tines attached to a rotating shaft that is powered by your tractor`s PTO to dig into your garden soil, churning it into a fine, essentially clod-free seedbed.
Tillers and cultivators are useful for turning soil, mixing in compost and fertilizer for soil amendment and loosening soil to help water reach plant roots. Gardeners are firing up their tillers now to prepare flower beds and vegetable gardens for planting.
The tiller is an important part of the steering gear, and the design is covered by strict rules of classification societies when the boat is built to class. They are designed to withstand high loads from hydraulic rams, rudders and tie-bars, and minimise stress levels in the steering system.
People often use the terms tiller and cultivator interchangeably, but these words actually refer to two different tools with two distinct purposes. Using a tiller when it would be better to use a cultivator, or vice versa, would be like using a power mixer to toss salad, or a fork to stir cake mix.
Forward rotation tillers are low-duty tillers best suited for small jobs like garden spaces and soil that is already well aerated. They require more passes to get the desired results. Whereas, reverse rotation tillers are heavy-duty tillers perfect for large-scale jobs.
Forward rotation tillers are low-duty tillers best suited for small jobs like garden spaces and soil that is already well aerated. They require more passes to get the desired results. Whereas, reverse rotation tillers are heavy-duty tillers perfect for large-scale jobs.
The forward rotating tines on a front tine tiller propel the entire unit forwards only using small solid wheels to stabilise the unit, whereas the direction of the tines on a rear tine tiller can move both forward and backwards.

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Can you help me with vapor lock for a Craftsman LT1000? The problem is the tractor runs out of fuel after 20 minutes. Has new gas cap, new fuel lines, cleaned carborator and the fuel solenoid seems to be working – any solutions or suggestions please.
ANSWER : Hello. Your tractor needs a vented gas cap. Get the correct gas cap and you will not be getting a vapor lock. Joe

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I cannot get the tube to **** the solution. It is a clear plastic tube about two feet long. I assume you stick on end into the solution bottle and the machine should **** the solution and mix it with the spray.

ANSWER : Make sure the tube is not kinked and the port and suction nipple are clear. Try back flushing once or twice. Good luck!

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I have an MTD yard machines rear tine tiller, model 410 that was coming out of gear when the tines were engaged. When searching for an answer to the problem I discovered a solution that was posted for the exact same problem. To say the least I was overjoyed, since the solution included information that I would never have figured out simply by trial and error. A little over a year or so ago, one of the online experts who goes by ehertig_cwc posted a pic of a bent shift fork, and explained that not only replacing the fork with a newer, redesigned type, but also replacing the detent ball and spring, was the solution to the problem. I was overjoyed, until after re assembling, and testing the machine, it only worked for a minute before popping out of gear just as before. By the way, I had to pay nearly 90 dollars just for the shift fork, and the ball and spring. (ouch). Can you tell me what might still be the problem with the transmission?
ANSWER : Are you sure the linkage is adjusted right

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Husqvarna 350 saw chain oiler not working , possible solutions . thanks Ken
ANSWER : Remove the chain and cover holding it and check the hole that the oil comes out is not blocked by sawdust.

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Can’t draw cleaning solution from bucket.Any solutions?
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Used the suction tube with a deck cleaning solution. later I tried to use it with a car wash solution and it would not pull the soap in to wash the car.
ANSWER : Howdy,vacuum injectors are finicky suckers (pun), and can gum up easily. If you disassemble them, clean the metering pin with steel wool and the ports with a q tip, they sometimes come back to life. Always flush the lines out completely with clean water, especially when using a caustic or concentrated cleaner…

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I have an LGT2654 Husqvarna Riding lawn tractor that runs for 15-20 minutes and then chokes and dies. It’s almost as if it isn’t getting gas. Have changed the spark plugs. Suggestions
ANSWER : Clear the vent holes on the gas cap.

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When starting my push mower i have to put my hand over the hole that sucks air to the carborator to regulate the amount of air that goes in to keep it running what might be the solution to this problem
ANSWER : You need to clean and reseal the carb

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