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I can't move my Troy-Bilt tiller unless it's running.

Does anyone else have this problem?  We can't move it into the garage unless it's running. The tires are locked and it has to be dragged.

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Some Troy Bilt Tillers were designed with a manual "free-wheel". If yours is a Tuffy (and maybe a Junior), you have to pull pins out of the wheels to move the tiller without starting it. The larger tillers, Pony's and Horses, had a lever to shift to release the wheels.

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