Question about Troy-Bilt Garden
Bought tiller newin late 80's or early 90's, bought from gardenway, before the mtd takeover. i checked on the transmision case and elswhere for stampings, cast numbers, or stickers/tags. nothing found resembling any model or serial numbers on parts tree.com, i did ck eng serial number and determined engine was built in 1992 by the code on the b&s engine. is there a secret spot i have overlooked. it is a horse pto model. thank you
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
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.
Posted on Oct 17, 2009
You really should not disable a safety. You'd hate to back up over a pet or child that wandered up behind you. It does happen.
There is probably a way to hold the switch so you can temporarily back up without shutting the machine down. Check your instruction manual for this info.
Posted on Oct 23, 2009
The decals r a good indication, they probably didn't have any more made than they needed. The only thing i can think of is, sometimes on the back side of the flywheel, (if u ever have it off) r some stamped numbers. One set of numbers is the month, and one set is the year it was made. Now that's the flywheel, but the engine should be the same year.
Posted on Jul 27, 2010
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