Question about Troy-Bilt Pony Garden Tiller
Trying to reolace battery in troybilt pony tiller 5 years old need battery #/size
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
look on the trans case on left side if you are standing behind the tiller'. other numbers are on the engine cover serial number ,engine size. looks like htis H35-4556n-ser. 2071B on engine cover. number on side of trans case will look like this 500 30 12-82 BF 2 . 12-82 is the year it was made
Posted on May 17, 2009
If it's as old as mine (circa 1976), it's stamped on the casting right below the T-handle that allows the handle bars to pivot (also the gear case fill cap)
Posted on Mar 29, 2010
One is a serial number and the other is a part number ... This tiller was built in Troy, New York by Gardenway Manufacturing. Unfortunately, that family owned company is out of business. Whether there is still manufacturing in Troy New York, I am not sure but it is not the same company today as it was in 1979.
The assets, including the name, were purchased (and some sold) by several manufacturers, notably, MTD. The Troy products sold today are similar to the Troy products of the Gardenway Manufacturing. In my experience, there is no better customer service than that I received from GardenWay. The 6.5 was a big Pony ... I purchased a Horse about the same time and it is a 6.0 hp Techumsa. I am on my second engine and I wouldn't take twice the $ for it.
This tiller probably cost in the vicinity of $800.00 delivered.
There is a company in Canada that has specs on most Troy Models ... and access to lots of Troy parts, though thre are lots of other places that sell parts and have diagrams as well.
At one point Briggs was making 'flails' for the Troy Chipper Shredder ...
I hope this helps you with your tiller ... It is a teriffic machine.
Here is an interesting discussion board ... if you are interested: http://forums2.gardenweb.com/forums/load/tools/msg1108413014912.html
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Posted on Jun 29, 2010
Go to this website and type in PONY for your model number and find your operator manual by your serial number. The operator manual should have detailed instructions on how to replace your seals.
On the Horse model you remove the wheels and then carefully use a couple of screw drivers to pry out the old seals being careful not to scratch the wheel shaft sealing area. Then polish the wheel shaft with fine emery cloth to remove any sharp edges. Then grease the wheel shafts and carefully slide the new wheel seals on and use a piece of plastic PVC pipe cut square that will slide over the shaft and gently drive the seal to the depth the old seals were installed at. You dont even have to drain the gear oil. Getting the wheels off the wheel shaft is sometimes a problem if they are rusted on. if you can get the wheels off its not to hard to change the seals.
Posted on Oct 07, 2010
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