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    Default Howard Rototiller

    I have a older Howard that I rebuilt, does anyone know if I can run it without the depth wheel. It will be in the road for backing up. Thanks

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    Default Re: Howard Rototiller

    You could maybe run it by controlling the depth using position control. But I'm by no means an expert on this. Post a pic or two. I'm sure some knowledgeable folks will chime in soon.
    Chuck

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    Default Re: Howard Rototiller

    Why yes you can! For garden/field tilling I never use the gauge(depth) wheels on my Howard tiller. They do come in handy when trying to do precise level tilling like a lawn. Howard tillers have a good rep for being tough and dependable, mine sure as been.
    Dave

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    Default Re: Howard Rototiller

    Thanks for the info, I just got my Howard going. I'm really impressed. I got it for $75.00 at a sale and the only thing wrong was the door and PTO shaft. Works great now.

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