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    Played with my L'il Hoe today!

    I got this little thing out today. Had no fire last I messed with it. Today, it tried to run on carb cleaner. Pulled the carb and cleaned it again. Mixed up some of the 24:1 fuel mix for it. Got it running pretty decent. First time messing with a Tecumseh 2-cycle engine. Starts easily again. Need a spring inside the pull start, doesn't show on any parts lists I have found. The pic was while it was running, but the camera stopped the flywheel movement.
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    What exactly is that??

    You can only imagine what a brief google search brought up

    There was no way I was going to click on "image" or videos


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    Quote Originally Posted by theduke View Post
    What exactly is that??

    You can only imagine what a brief google search brought up

    There was no way I was going to click on "image" or videos


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    Quote Originally Posted by jgayman View Post
    Tiller.
    Yep, that's what it is! Now to find the little wire spring for the recoil. It doesn't even show in the parts lists!
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    I found the spring (#5). Ordered a new pawl (#15) also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theduke View Post
    What exactly is that??

    You can only imagine what a brief google search brought up

    There was no way I was going to click on "image" or videos
    The reminds me of back when my daughter played softball. I was looking for a pitching machine. One of the major manufacturers of pitching machines is Jugs. You can just imagine what came up on a search. Pun not intended.
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    Here's a couple pics of the contraption!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger47 View Post
    The reminds me of back when my daughter played softball. I was looking for a pitching machine. One of the major manufacturers of pitching machines is Jugs. You can just imagine what came up on a search. Pun not intended.
    A jugs machine is the industry standard for pitching machines as well as football throwing machines. Great equipment but expensive! Back to the Lil hoe post though. That's a pretty old looking tiller. I had a similar little Toro Brand (I think) the wife used for 1 or 2 seasons and then I moved it a couple times across the country. I finally got rid of it and now I think she would prefer to have one back now that she is getting into above ground gardening. Oh well.

    I bet once you get it running right, it serves you well. Old garden equipment tends to be over built from my experience.
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    I got the new parts in and it's ready to go to work. Just need to let things dry up a bit!
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