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Find My Model Number
The best way to find replacement parts for your Tiller is to locate the model number. You can look in your owner’s manual if you still have that around, but few of us keep those around. If that sounds like you, you might have to do a bit of searching on the tiller itself.

Remember that lawn equipment often has two separate model numbers--one for the engine and one for the machine. So you’ll want to make sure you find the number you need. Check on the tiller body, near the recoil starter. Also check the main control panel and near the wheels, if your model has them. You want to find a metal tag tucked away from places where the machine will commonly wear.

Once you find that number, you can enter it above to find the parts you need to repair you tiller. If you’re still having trouble, feel free to give us a call and we’ll happily help you locate it.
Repair Resources You Need
Repairing a wheel on your tiller is the type of thing most people can do pretty quickly. But some repairs require a little more knowledge if you want to complete them without giving yourself a headache. That’s why we offer more than just the parts you need to finish your DIY repairs, we offer the repair resources you need as well.

Check out our Repair Center where you can find step-by-step guides that will walk you through even the most complicated cultivator repairs. If you don’t find what you need in the Repair Center, swing by our forum where you can get repair answers from a community of experts who have been there before.
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Tiller Parts Shipped Fast
So your tiller went down in the middle of a big yard project? Maybe you ran over some rocks or it just up and died on you? Sure, you can take your tiller to a repair shop, but you could wait days or weeks to get it back, and you’ll pay a hefty price, too. Luckily, there’s another way.

All our in-stock parts ship within one business day, which means you can get the parts you need fast! And we stock tons of parts for lawn equipment, so you can get the parts you need without all the waiting. We can also arrange to have parts drop shipped or, if you don’t find what you need on our site, we can arrange special orders. Whatever you need, we’ll do our best to help you get the parts you need as quickly as possible.
A Long History
Tillers have been used in some way or another for thousands of years to turn the soil for planting. But only recently have the tools become motorized, naturally. The first tiller was patented in 1920 and had 5 augers that helped make tilling a much easier task.
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