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I have a Troy-bilt tiller horse with no serial #.

I came across a Troy-bilt tiller horse its about 15 to 20yrs old. I need to change the belt. But no one can order it with out the serial #. I can't find the plate for the #. Its missing or I don't know where to look. I have done everything but turn it upside down. How can an find the correct belt. The tiller it self is in great shape.

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  • darrinandjen Apr 20, 2009

    I brought it to two local lawn shops. Neither would even try to compare. They both said they have nothing that small by just looking at it. Maybe they were busy or had no customer service. I will try some autostores maybe they can help. If the belt had stretched how much shorter should I get it or should it be the same size.

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Bring the old belt to the parts store and they will be able to measure it and get you the belt by size.

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  • Tim Phipps Apr 20, 2009

    There is a belt measuring tool. It will show the length and width of the belt. Part of the problem is that there is not much money to be made with a part that is under $10.00 or so. You can also measure the diameter of the belt with a tape measure and then measure the outside width of the belt. The parts store should at least be able to give you the size.

    You can also buy adjustable v belt but it is very expensive.

    You should be able to have it fixed by noon monday.




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