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Troy built Bronco gas pedal bounces when pressed

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SOURCE: BELT PLACMENT ON TROY BUILT TILLER MODEL

I am assuming your belt broke and you cannot find the replacement.
I had to go to an old timer that owns his independent business and he was able to find a much better belt than the one that came on the tiller. The Belt # is 1916657 and it is 25.5 inches long and 1/2 inches wide. It also has a kevelar core that will stand up to the constant gearing up and down.

Lowes was NO HELP AT ALL!!!!

Hope this at leasst get;s you in the right direction

Posted on Apr 25, 2009

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SOURCE: I NEED A DIAGRAM OF A BRIGGS AND STRATTON TROY

Go to link below for a parts break down for your tiller. Starts on page 23

http://dl.owneriq.net/c/c23c1d7c-74ff-4347-b31e-a0ee0462b35e.pdf

Posted on Apr 17, 2010

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SOURCE: troy-bilt bronco leaks gas from the air filter

I have this exact problem also. I have found, in my situation, that the float bowl has developed a pinhole in it, allowing it to fill partially with gas. Simply put, bowl gets heavy doesn't float, gas doesn't get shut off and gas comes out of the air filter. My problem developed because I normallly run all gas out of tank before I store it for the winter. The brass float came in contact with the aluminum bowl housing and badda bing badda boom, electrolysis in action! I was able to repair the bowl housing with some 2-part epoxy, but I will have to replace the brass float.

Posted on May 17, 2012

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