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  1. PenderBen
    01-31-2016
    PenderBen
    Hey.
    Assuming yours is like mine (which seems pretty likely, although sometimes there are strange variations) if you look at where the tiller meets the tractor there are 4 studs with nuts used to bolt the tiller on. Just remove those nuts, and take the two pins out for the lift arms and it will slide off. I put the nuts back on the studs to help protect the threads and not lose the nuts.
    There will be a PTO shaft that sticks out the back of the tractor, around that (when the tiller's on) is oil and it will run all over when you remove it, just stick a tray underneath to catch most of it.
    They're not made for quick easy removal like 'real' 3 point tillers are, but it's not a big deal either, I usually have the tiller on for spring and fall while tilling the gardens, and take it off the rest of the time.
    Let me know if you need any clarification or photos of any of that.

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