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I am active with a couple of food banks and many of those are connected to community gardens. Red Square members like their seat time. So if you have a plow, tiller and later on a cultivator find one of these gardens and offer to help. There are people who need food and fresh produce is a real gift. And you meet some nice people in the process of doing some good.
My father has the above listed tractor and found that it had a crack in the exhaust manifold that water in the engine and froze.
He has come to the conclusion that the oil pump Drive gear ON the cam is sheared or broken... requiring a new cam.
ALL answers/ info are welcome!
Overall, how much of a project is it to replace a cam?
Front suspension removal?
How much engine disassembly?
Do we need to replace the lifters as well as we would in a car/truck engine? (I'm thinking yes)
Other than the obvious cam, oil pump, and gaskets, what other parts?
Whatever you can tell is appreciated !!!!
I recently bought a used wheel horse tractor and it came with a tiller. Problem is that I cannot find the instruction manual for how to attach the tiller to the tractor anywhere online. I'm attaching pictures of the tiller so if any of you guys could help me out I'd really appreciate it.