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    Default New Yanmar Tiller

    I jsut purchased new tines for my Yanmar tiller, the tines are left and right, my tiller did not have tines on it. How are the tines configured where do the lefts go and where do th rights go? do you alternate left, right? I am lost.

    Thanks for any help

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    Default Re: New Yanmar Tiller

    Some of the tiller have a diagram on the cover showing how the tine goes. I think if you put them one left and the next right you will come out right. I've seem some 2 right and two left. Put them on and till with it and change as needed.

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    Default Re: New Yanmar Tiller

    What model tiller?

    Somewhere I have photos of the tine diagram on RS1400 and a later 1300mm Yanmar tiller. It might take me a while to find them. Also, maybe somebody here has a legible diagram on theirs that they can photograph for you.

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    Default Re: New Yanmar Tiller

    Easy... point the tip of the tine to the side that the nut bolts on.

    Remember the bolt head goes in the slot, (not the nut)

    That's the factory setting.

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    Default Re: New Yanmar Tiller

    This is my RS1300N. All the bolts go the same direction. Hope this helps. The sticker came out with a glare. I suppose that is 3 different options. I can't read the Japanese so I don't know. Just found this. http://www.hoyetractor.com/support/k...php?article=48
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    Default Re: New Yanmar Tiller

    Thanks alot guys, for the answers. Lot of help

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    Default Re: New Yanmar Tiller

    Hi woody,


    There is a clearer picture of the diagram for the 1300 tiller here.

    But Ernie's suggestion seems the easiest and he says original. It seems that the original tillers had variations of the pattern, for different purposes???

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    Default Re: New Yanmar Tiller

    Here is a pic of the decal on my RS1300.

    There are several patterns for the tines depending upon how you want the tiller to handle the dirt. Know one doesn't shift dirt and another shift dirt towards center so when center piece is removed from drag it forms hills. One should be able to figure out how the dirt is handled by looking at the tine pattern.
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    Here are the legible decals on my RS1400 tiller: Lube, and YM2000 Setup. (The tine decal is illegible.)

    -p1060268rrs1400tillerlubedecal-jpg -p1060269rrs1400ym2000setupdecal-jpg


    Also - tine decal photos for RS1303 and RSB1400(G). On this last one the bolt head is shown in the recess as Ernie said, and as shown in Mickey's photo above.

    -p1060271rrs1303tillertinedecal-jpg -p1060275rrsb1400g-tillertinedecal-jpg

    I have a question: The Lube and Setup decals show the rear wheels installed with the vertical axle supports at the outermost sides of the wheels. I had installed mine with the supports on the inner sides to reduce tearing up my orchard trees when I get too close. But the wheels can only 'steer' a very limited angle in one direction, not enough to prevent ridges/ditches when tilling a tight turn. Are the pins that limit the steering angle of those wheels supposed to be vertical to allow equal swing in either direction, or bent like mine?

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    Default Re: New Yanmar Tiller

    Quote Originally Posted by California View Post
    Here are the legible decals on my RS1400 tiller: Lube, and YM2000 Setup. (The tine decal is illegible.)

    -p1060268rrs1400tillerlubedecal-jpg -p1060269rrs1400ym2000setupdecal-jpg


    Also - tine decal photos for RS1303 and RSB1400(G). On this last one the bolt head is shown in the recess as Ernie said, and as shown in Mickey's photo above.

    -p1060271rrs1303tillertinedecal-jpg -p1060275rrsb1400g-tillertinedecal-jpg

    I have a question: The Lube and Setup decals show the rear wheels installed with the vertical axle supports at the outermost sides of the wheels. I had installed mine with the supports on the inner sides to reduce tearing up my orchard trees when I get too close. But the wheels can only 'steer' a very limited angle in one direction, not enough to prevent ridges/ditches when tilling a tight turn. Are the pins that limit the steering angle of those wheels supposed to be vertical to allow equal swing in either direction, or bent like mine?
    I through the wheel was for depth control of the tiller tines.

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