Tiller repair guides
Get your garden tiller back in shape by following the step-by-step instructions in these repair guides to replace worn and broken parts. Find DIY troubleshooting and tips in the tiller repair help section to get the most out of your garden tiller.
This expert advice covers major tiller brands such as Craftsman, Husqvarna, MTD and Poulan. Search your model number to find a complete list of replacement parts for your tiller, then order the part you need.
These step-by-step repair guides will help you safely fix what’s broken on your tiller.
The recoil starter spins the engine when you pull the starter rope, and the rope retracts when released. If the recoil starter assembly is broken, follow the steps in this repair guide to replace it.
Badly worn tines diminish the tilling results. If the tines are bent, dull or worn, follow these steps to replace the tines on a front-tine tiller.
The drive belt connects the engine to the transmission, which drives the tines and wheels. If the drive belt is worn and slipping, follow these steps to replace the drive belt.
Badly worn tines cut through the soil less effectively. If the tines are bent, dull or worn, follow these steps to replace the tines on a rear-tine tiller.
Learn about all the convenient features on our Sears PartsDirect website that make your parts purchases easier.
This chart will help you find the right carburetor for your Craftsman snowblower, tiller or log splitter.