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Wish I'd never seen or heard tell of them. Oh well, has anybody bought the weights TroyBilt sells to put on the tiller-we have the Super Bronco-definitely lives up to it's name. Do these weights keep it from jumping/leaping forward?
-- Cindy (S.E.IN) (email@example.com), May 22, 2002
I think these have to be ordered from Troybilt. Anyone else here know for sure?
Little Bit Farm
-- Little Bit Farm (firstname.lastname@example.org), May 14, 2004.
What are you trying to till with it? My Troy-Bilt (Horse) only will do this if I hit something like a rock or chunk of wood etc. It will sometimes do it when tilling sod under, or when trying to till in too much mulch/compost at once. Otherwise it goes down the row without any effort. Are you tring to till too deep on your first pass, that may be the problem? I know it took me a little while to not try to do it all on the first pass.
Talk to you later.
-- Bob in WI (email@example.com), May 22, 2002.
I have an Ariens Rocket tiller that seemed to have had the lug type tires on backwards. When I finally found a manual for it, it stated that they were intentionally on backwards to let the tires have some rearward traction in case the tiller wanted to leap forward. I am going to "load" my new set of tires to gain some extra weight.
-- Chad (firstname.lastname@example.org), October 22, 2003.
Cindy I bought the same kind of tiller you have and it does the same thing....if you find an answer please let me know.
-- David Howard (Dudesdad1@Aol.Com), April 28, 2004.
I agree with Bob from WI. Rocks etc. make mind do what you describe, as well as going to deep the first time through. New sod I do several passes before going as deep as I want.
-- diane (email@example.com), May 05, 2004.
need to know were to buy parts
-- phil (firstname.lastname@example.org), May 12, 2004.