Topic: Re: Roto Spader
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Gary, the number you listed is the model number for the engine, which was manufactured by Tecumseh. The actual model number for the tiller should start with "785". Most of Sears tillers were made by a company named "Magna American" which, according to wicki-wakey pedia, was closed when Magna corp sold off their steel division.
Google "Magna American rototillers"and you will find several places listed that claim to have parts.
They were good tillers,and if it seems to be
complete, and the engine OK, yes, it would be worth restoring. When you go to these old equipment shows you see a lot of garden tractors and lawn tractors that have been restored, but not many tillers, chain saws and such. And good luck.
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