I have this tiller 50" +-.
It does not have the typical 3/4" headed bolt with a locknut near the middle of the chain case like every other till I have or have had...currently 4....need none.
Google tells me this tiller is branded by NH ,Kubota ,Woods...etc...hmmm
First thought was maybe its a gear drive....Nope. Can pull the fill plug and see the chain.
Its Old but has been used 1 time in a Horse Arena...still has paint on the tines but has sat out in the rain/sun/whatever & looks rather aged.
It does have a couple nuts locked together up high on the back side of chain case.
Thats the only thing that even resembles something that could adjust the chain slack.
Currently there is NO slack at all. Turning driveline by hand rotates tines. Zero slack.
I guess more than anything I'm curious on how one would adjust chain when needed short of Disecting the chain case off and exploring.
Anyone ever messed with one of these units???
Yea Yea ..I already know...A pic would help.
While I'm able to copy paste other pics...Not sure if I can get my phone to function on this site yet and its my camera.
Thanks in Advance
Dan in Oregon