I was looking at some old literature for troy bilt tillers and saw new tine gap is 3" and to replace at (I think) 6-8". Mine are about 9" gap, so I think replacement time is here. This is a mid 70's rear tine tiller with a newer briggs industrial plus. Does anyone have a recommendation on replacement tines? OEM are real costly and there is a big variety on eBay and Amazon.
Any guidance would be appreciated,