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Quick trip to the welder ends in two tillers for free


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I had to visit my welder friend today but he was too busy cleaning out his shop to do any work. He's a pack rat and the place is cluttered with all kinds of stuff. I guess he got sick and tired of tripping over and was tossing out lots of stuff and making room today. I asked him about the two tillers near the scrap bin and he said take them if I want them. Good thing I brought the Mazda and not the Golf. One is a Rototiller with a cast iron Timken bearing Clinton, and the other is a John Deere 624 made by Ariens I believe. Both just needed gas and the pre load set on the governor. The Clinton needed a fuel line and shut off and a carb cleaning. Click image for larger version

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Carl Childers could fix these for you...

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I spent some time on that Rototiller and found they had attachments for them. Im trying to figure out the model of it. Im thinking 50's ish. It seems I cant email Charlie Zuck on his site about it. Looks like a Model 2.
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I had to repair a 3500 PSI power washer so figured I would take some LA's Awesome and power wash the rock hard crud thats been on here 50 years. It actually cleaned up pretty well and I found remnants of decals under that rust. I wish I could nail down the year but no I.D tag can be found on it. Im thinking mid to late 50's?
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love tillers but that old front tine tiller will beat the hell out of ya if you use it...lol
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