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    JWC
    In servicing my CRT 900 tiller I took the tines off to hone...Answeredescalated
    Service & Maintenance Question posted February 1, 2012 by JWC, last edited February 10, 2012 
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    Question:
    In servicing my CRT 900 tiller I took the tines off to hone the edges. However I cannot re-install them properly as I got them out of order. The inner tines strikes the bolts and depth indicator. The owners manual I have does not indicate any specific order for the tines.

    How can I determine which tine goes where? I notice the tines have letters stamped on them, do they have a meaning as to their installation?

    Best Answer

    Greg P.

     John,

    Thanks for contacting Husqvarna to post your question.

    The tines are separated into 4 different styles. You will have Inner LH and Outer LH There are Inner RH and Outer RH

    The 2- Outer LH should fit (from front of tiller) to the outer most left hand side.

    The 2 - Inner LH should fit on the same square but the inside.

    The 2 - Outer RH should fit the right hand outer most mounting flange

    The 2 - Inner RH should fit this same mounting block but on the inside.

    Not sure if this makes sense, but I would suggest laying out all of the tines and separate them into the groups, then start the install.

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    • Greg P.

       John,

      Thanks for contacting Husqvarna to post your question.

      The tines are separated into 4 different styles. You will have Inner LH and Outer LH There are Inner RH and Outer RH

      The 2- Outer LH should fit (from front of tiller) to the outer most left hand side.

      The 2 - Inner LH should fit on the same square but the inside.

      The 2 - Outer RH should fit the right hand outer most mounting flange

      The 2 - Inner RH should fit this same mounting block but on the inside.

      Not sure if this makes sense, but I would suggest laying out all of the tines and separate them into the groups, then start the install.

    • JWC

      Thanks Greg. Will give it a go.