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Im looking for model# of a trot bilt tiller built in 1979

I have troy bilt horse under handle is a build date 1/3/79 also TH-1019 on the side of the transmission is a serial # P388227 also on tranny TH-1003-1 engine #195437 0150 01 79022312 im looking for the model # of this unit

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

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

Posted on Apr 19, 2009

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SOURCE: where do i find serial numbers on troy bilt horse tillers

On the old Gardenways Horse the serial number is stamped into the top of a little flange on the side of the transmission just to the right (viewed from behind) of where the handles attach. It may be covered in gunk so a douse of mineral spirits and a little scraping will reveal it.

You can download the manual and parts list from the Troybuilt site. Enter "HORSE" for the model and the serial number.

Posted on Aug 06, 2009

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SOURCE: Hello, I have an older Troy

Where can I get parts for my TH 1002 TB tiller? I

Posted on Feb 18, 2011

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Without the exact model you will be hard pressed to get either. For the belt, you can wrap a rope around the pulleys and measure the circumference. That will tell you the belt size in inches. You then measure the width and you will have that information to give to a parts supplier. There are enough fans of the Troy Bilt tillers out there so you may still get lucky and find someone that knows what the model is from your description. Hope this helps to at least make the tiller usable. Good luck.

Posted on Jun 28, 2011

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SOURCE: I have a troy-bilt tiller. It appears the piston rod is broken.

if its a real troy built tiller its worth fixing but almost any engine could work look on ebay and see if you find one like your and see the hp harbor freight has 6.5 hp engines honda want to be's but they work good depending where you live i might even have a engine can you post a picture of the engine

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I have a troy-bilt tiller. It appears the piston rod is broken.


if its a real troy built tiller its worth fixing but almost any engine could work look on ebay and see if you find one like your and see the hp harbor freight has 6.5 hp engines honda want to be's but they work good depending where you live i might even have a engine can you post a picture of the engine

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Adjustment for belt for 8 horse power horse. Really need to find a manual. Where can I locate one?


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http://manuals.mtdproducts.com/mtd/Public.do

Go to this website and type in Horse for your model number.Just put thenumber 1 in for your serial number and it will bring up several horse tiller manuals. If yours is a 1976 then it should be
a Horse I model. This should be a two speed tiller and have two drive belts.

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Old Troy Built with model #HH60-105106F. What is


That's the engine number. It's a 6Hp Tecumseh. Go on ebay and buy the Troy Bilt parts manuals on CD for Horse Roto Tillers (if that's what it's on). I paid $8. Definitely worth it.

Mar 08, 2010 | Troy Bilt Pony 6.5 Hp Rear Tine Tiller

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How does the gear box come apart on a six horse troy built tiller?


  1. Remove belt guard on left side
  2. Remove belt, large pulley on gearbox.
  3. Remove throttle cable, idler pulley cable and shift handle.
  4. Remove engine, handle, wheels, tines cover and tines.
  5. Lay gearbox on side on two sawhorses, left side facing up
  6. Remove all the nuts on that side. If the three shafts have corrosion, use sandpaper to remove.
  7. Pry the two halves apart, then hammer the ends of the three shafts to push through their bushings. Use brass or wood to avoid blossoming the shaft ends. When shafts are through their bushings, the right side will fall away.

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My troy bilt horse has serial number 544253, can anyone tell me what the model number is and what year it was built? Thanks


if you have a B&S engine look at the frist two numbers on the code. thats the year of the engine and more likelyof your unit, As long as the motor has'nt been replaced. I'll checked on your serial number did'nt find a model. If this is an old troy built I'll have to call tech support. also I need to know what engine 4, 4.5, 6, 7, 8, hr power, and the name of the teller. MTD now owens troy built.

Oct 17, 2009 | Troy Bilt Pony 6.5 Hp Rear Tine Tiller

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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.

Frank

Aug 03, 2009 | Troy Bilt Pony 6.5 Hp Rear Tine Tiller

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Can i see the models from 1983 to 1985,i need a belt so i can use reverse again but i dont now my model or size. my husband died 3 years ago. if i could see some pictures from the 1980's mine has a potatoe...


Your question doesn't give enough detail to properly answer. Do you know if the tiller is a Horse model or a Pony model? Troy Bilt made both models back in the timeframe you noted. The Horse model had tires that required air to inflate. The Pony model likely had hard rubber tires in that era. The Horse models had a reverse disc, no belt. The Pony had a belt.

Once you know which model you have - look for your closest Troy Bilt dealer and see if they can track down the part for you. They might appreciate it if you could provide the serial number - which is located on the pipe connecting the tiller transmission front half to the back half, where the tines are located. It's stamped right into the metal tube on both models.

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