TILLER RESTORATION (Will It Ever Run Again)

Restoration of a very rusty yard tiller. Can I rescue it to a perfect running condition . Tiller Restoration

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  • Hi everyone. Just to say I am aware of the 3hp decal being upside down. I am hoping to turn it around.

    Machinery RestorerMachinery RestorerYıl önce
    • buy another one

      John CryptoJohn Crypto10 gün önce
    • That was the first thing I saw!!! Lol

      Jason FJason F15 gün önce
    • II you broke out the sandblaster I subscribed

      Dan LincolnDan Lincoln2 aylar önce
    • 👍

      Jake Taylor GREAT VOICEJake Taylor GREAT VOICE2 aylar önce
    • Really?? Where can I get those? I've been searching for months, but I really want some vintage circa 1965 decals.

      USS DISCOVERYUSS DISCOVERY3 aylar önce
  • Built in 1980... and going by the looks of it immediately thrown in the Atlantic ocean where it sat ever since. Awesome work! I can't get enough of videos like this, there's something particularly satisfying about seeing something "irreparable" getting restored, 99.999% of everyone else would have immediately junked it as scrap metal!

    Andrew TornadoboyAndrew TornadoboyGün önce
  • My traxxas revo 3.3cc engine puts put 1.5 horsepower that shows how much we've progressed

    yeeyee4 gün önce
  • Why replace a decal and not replace the bolts? Using Philips, some Allen and new hex screws would be a real peace of mind for me... Just a few bucks

    CallmeMAckCallmeMAck7 gün önce
  • Looks like someone has used way to much seazium 1000 during storage.

    alvienho Vualvienho Vu8 gün önce
  • Beautiful. That's true love and dedication.

    petecardosapetecardosa9 gün önce
  • Perfeito!

    Augusto Faustino de CastroAugusto Faustino de Castro9 gün önce
  • Am I the only one very surprised at how every nut, bolt, and screw doesn't strip out when he takes them out.

    Brayden GreeneBrayden Greene10 gün önce
  • The Flymo label really has a late 70's early 80's look, right down to the color scheme. The orange blade guard was a great paint job. That brown paint wasn't very cooperative. Too bad you couldn't have used the same kind of paint as the orange, which went on much better. Which salt water ocean was this stored in or around?

    IncognitoTorpedoIncognitoTorpedo11 gün önce
  • Did somebody buy this use it once and then leave it to rot? the internals of the engine are spotless !! absolutely LOVE your videos !!!

    Lawn Mowers & Things That Make NoiseLawn Mowers & Things That Make Noise11 gün önce
  • All the time put into this for a garbage paint job?

    Matt GloverMatt Glover12 gün önce
  • Poor thing glad you got it running

    William LeighWilliam Leigh12 gün önce
  • chocolate brown color?.

    Junior MuddJunior Mudd13 gün önce
  • In every restoring video you do, i keep seeing only a lot of hand skills and passion !!! Magnificent job !!!!!

    Stefano Leonardo TranquilliStefano Leonardo Tranquilli13 gün önce
  • how can you restoration people stand painting with a can all the time when a gun is so much easier and better to use

    allah snackbarallah snackbar14 gün önce
  • Nice job mate, you took it from trash to treasure. Well done.

    Justin MaharJustin Mahar15 gün önce
  • I know I’m commenting on an older video but my dude, I say this with all the love in my heart, I am never bored watching this kind of thing, I like your process and the videos, but I have discovered that watching these after I get off my night shift really helps relax me to the point that I don’t even realize my eyes have closed and it follows me into a half awake state and then I’m waking up 4-5 hours later and it’s glorious- i don’t get a full 8 but I get something and I’m not anxious. Thank you so much for sharing this.

    Ray InDaHayRay InDaHay15 gün önce
  • Really fantastic restoration job on it you've effectively built a new machine it paid off your hard work well done and I enjoyed watching you restore it. Kind regards John

    John KinnaneJohn Kinnane16 gün önce
  • Почему мне кажется, что состояние этого мотоблока до реставрации - это обман? Его специально чем то облили чтобы он быстро внешне испортился. Я разбирал старую технику, которой не пользовались долго, и никогда в ней так хорошо все болты и гайки не откручивались. Работа сделана хорошо, но это фейк!

    The38rusRJThe38rusRJ16 gün önce
  • Motor has that familiar look of being submerged in flood waters.

    Earl WolfeEarl Wolfe17 gün önce
  • Just looking at the original welding did they employ 5 year old kids back then, in fact, that's being disrespectful to 5 year old kids

    John CodlingJohn Codling18 gün önce
  • Awesome. 👍💯

    Chad EricksonChad Erickson18 gün önce
  • Hello, excellent restoration!! What do you use to remove the rust?

    Gustavo BustosGustavo Bustos18 gün önce
  • This thing needs a foot to hold it in the ground. I know........the lightweight ones like this were not designed for one.

    Round RobinRound Robin19 gün önce
  • What caused such heavy corrosion? I've never seen anything quite that bad!

    Mick RoushMick Roush19 gün önce
  • Love to see equipment restored to useable condition.

    delane baumchendelane baumchen19 gün önce
  • Not very patient with the application of paint eh' ?

    Stephen SStephen S19 gün önce
  • I can smell the sheer amount of 3in1 oil used lmao

    Treyton NugentTreyton Nugent19 gün önce
  • You could have chosen a better colour to paint it than British Leyland Brown 😊 Good video though 👍

    Dale HarperDale Harper19 gün önce
  • Very great work. Smart.

    dwija putradwija putra19 gün önce
  • Lol you put the engine decal on upside down 😂

    chris andruschris andrus19 gün önce
  • *carburetor

    Ethan WrinkleEthan Wrinkle20 gün önce
  • Idk if I’d be using 3in1 as a break in oil tbh ✌🏻

    Eli RenigarEli Renigar20 gün önce
    • It's a lawnmower not the space shuttle

      DadDad19 gün önce
  • Once I watched a video about a WW II artillery tractor pulled out from a swamp after it's been stored 70 years at its bottom. I shall say that tractor looked way better than this machine rigth after it's been raised...

    Serge KSerge K20 gün önce
  • Scored cylinder and used rings?

    Ben JoverBen Jover21 gün önce
  • Ficou perfeito...🇧🇷🇧🇷🇧🇷🇧🇷🇧🇷

    Vaal DiaasVaal Diaas21 gün önce
  • You do outstanding work. Enjoy war ching your videos.

    Tommy HerbertTommy Herbert21 gün önce
  • There isnt anything you cant restore I love your videos you do awsome work

    Daniel PadgettDaniel Padgett21 gün önce
  • I need a decal printer big time ☹️

    grass hoppersgrass hoppers22 gün önce
  • How beautiful piece of equipment! (after restoration!)

    A WrocławA Wrocław23 gün önce
  • You do great work 👍🏼

    MarkMark23 gün önce
  • Another great restoration. Where to you find the parts like gaskets and seals?

    Rj LeblancRj Leblanc24 gün önce
    • Possibly it's "new old" stock from eBay; though apparently Briggs and Stratton made HEAPS of parts, so maybr right from them, too!

      David BoucherDavid Boucher20 gün önce
  • My father used a MerryTiller rotovator much like that one, and from his I think you may be missing a part, namely a skid that fixes on where the transport wheels go. When you're using a rotovator like a MerryTiller, you use your weight on the handlebars to slow it down and force it to dig in; that way you don't have to be hugely strong to stop it running away over a hard soil surface, you just have to put weight downwards onto the handlebars and skid to make it stay still. That should make the tines dig in better and dig deeper. MerryTiller produced three types of tines for their machines; the slasher tines like the ones on your machine, stirrer tines intended for very light soil, and pick tines intended for breaking up very hard soils. If you take off the outer set of tines on your machine, the weight of the machine makes it dig in deeper; this is a different strategy for hard to dig soils.

    Dan HoldsworthDan Holdsworth24 gün önce
  • This is like my 5th time watching your vid

    Dans diecast car ReviewsDans diecast car Reviews25 gün önce
  • 👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👌👌👌👌👌👌👌👌👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏💚💛💜💓💖💝💗💟

    salim salmsalim salm25 gün önce
  • I would’ve blown the crap off before removing the spark plug

    Harry TaylorHarry Taylor25 gün önce
  • Hmmm, just like new now!.

    George BurnsGeorge Burns27 gün önce
  • 👍

    МамбаМамба27 gün önce
  • Good Restoration Done 👌 Thumbs up 👍 👏 👏

    Self RestorationSelf Restoration28 gün önce
  • I used to rebuild all these back when i was 16 ime 40 now bloody good engines the old ones

    Duncan YoungDuncan YoungAylar önce
  • what is the cranksharft touque

    Harry burfordHarry burfordAylar önce
  • Great job!

    euhenneuhennAylar önce
  • Hey great job also where do you get rings for the piston???

    Aidan LastAidan LastAylar önce
  • Why am i so triggered by the upside down engine cover sticker.... My OCD is kicking in :(

    ClawPhishClawPhishAylar önce
  • Marvellous video, what do I need to do to learn this stuff, what's your profession?

    Acctsup SvcAcctsup SvcAylar önce
  • Yep! That was satisfactory itself! BUT I prefer the engine and carburetor to be bare aluminum and the covers painted (black!)

    Γιάννης ΣκανδύλαςΓιάννης ΣκανδύλαςAylar önce
  • Have you ever used muriatic acid to remove rust off parts before? That acid is amazing

    Filipe MonizFilipe MonizAylar önce
    • I try to avoid it due to it's toxicity

      Machinery RestorerMachinery RestorerAylar önce
  • This machine was built in 1980 and restored by magic hands in 2019 Nice restoration 👏👏👏

    David's labDavid's labAylar önce
  • well done how many man hours does something like this take

    Singlesmelly ManSinglesmelly ManAylar önce
  • author loves Briggs & Stratton =)

    Urmann JoeUrmann JoeAylar önce
  • Funny im doing the exact same thing during quarantine! Mines an 8hp tho

    Tyler WIllsonTyler WIllsonAylar önce
  • Another beautiful restoration and so great to see it doing the job it was built to do. Love those old Briggs "L" head engines!

    mjg263mjg263Aylar önce
  • sorry But your cutting to many corners and using crappy paint job it may look better than it did ,but why not powder coat its stronger and looks much better

    Mikesdyna55Mikesdyna55Aylar önce
  • Excellent work, where do you find the spare parts though. I've got an old qualcast cultimatic deluxe tiller I'm planning to restore but finding the old parts is excruciatingly difficult. Does anyone have any ideas?

    pickle rickpickle rickAylar önce
  • It better start!

    Yongmin HuhYongmin HuhAylar önce
  • Dedication! It's not money.

    Yongmin HuhYongmin HuhAylar önce
  • Where do you find old stuff like this?

    Travis HolycrossTravis HolycrossAylar önce
  • How can one let such machines rot? The owner should be hit with the machine.

    Dieter FrommannDieter FrommannAylar önce
  • Beautiful Job!

    Del WhylieDel WhylieAylar önce
  • Wow a fucjing 3 horse on a tiller?

    Conman0320Conman0320Aylar önce
TILLER RESTORATION (Will It Ever Run Again)