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Need to take motor off 8hp troy built tiller frame . pullys need to be removed ?

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Old (1981)Troy Prof. 8hp tiller runs 30 sec. and stops.


Clean the carb and if this machine was kept outside all winter make sure no water in tank. I realize you stated that you removed old gas but how it was removed is the key. Try the carb thing first though.

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I take the wire off the magnett coil it will crank using key put it back on it just spin troy bilt tiller model 192437 type1218e1 code ooo1o61a brigg straton 8hp


sounds like 2 possibilities, the wire to the coil is shorted to the frame or the ignition switch is bad. I would try and check the route of the wire for the coil, it is the kill wire and if it is grounded it will not allow the coil to fire the spark plug.

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What year Troy Built Horse Tiller


The serial number is stamped on the upper right hand side of the gear housing. It is on a flat spot just above the wheel shaft. If it is a newer model it will be on a white sticker on top of the gear housing plate. If it has the T handle it is probably an older 1980's model. If you find the six digit number I can give you the year it was made.

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Changing Drive belt On Troy Built Tiller


You have to remove the engine (4 bolts, no big problem), then remove the bolt in the center of the pulleys, then remove the pulleys. Slip the belt(s) (2 if you have the Super Bronco model) onto the pulleys, re-attach the pulleys with the bolt, re-mount the engine, and you're home free.

May 20, 2009 | Mtd Troy-Bilt Bronco OHV Tiller

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How to take motor off frame troy built tiller


The easiest way is to first remove the drive belt , then on both sides you will see two bolts with locking nuts on them where the engagement lever raises the motor to tighten the belt. Back these bolts out , then have someone hold the motor while you work the rod out on each side that the motor slides up and down on. Oh if you have a bumper there are two bolts in the top of each one holding the bumper on to take out first. Hope this helps.

May 14, 2009 | Troy-Bilt Pony Garden Tiller

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Need a repair manual for troy bilt tiller


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Have a look on ebay. Do a search for troy bilt tiller manual. There are several folks on ebay that collect and sell on manual on all kinds of stuff. I was able to locate a manual for an old singer sewing machine.

Hope this helps Good Luck Loringh please leave me a rating Thks

Nov 11, 2008 | Garden

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