How much is an old Troy-Bilt rototiller worth?

How much is an old Troy-Bilt rototiller worth?

The “Horse” was the older Troy Bilt tiller with the bigger engine…it has a cult-like following. The “Pony” is a step down in size and hp. A Horse usually goes for around $600 in very good working condition and an older version of the Pony like you have goes for about $400 in very good working condition.

How do I tell what year my Troy-Bilt tiller is?

RECENT PRODUCTION tiller models, machines manufactured since 2001, will have a model and serial number sticker normally located on the tine hood of the machine.

When was the first Troy-Bilt tiller made?

Back in 1937, when Troy-Bilt® introduced the very first rototiller into the American landscape, it was considered a remarkable innovation for its time. From the start, a reputation for quality and durability helped Troy-Bilt grow strong, adding mowers and other outdoor power equipment along the way.

How do I know what Troy-Bilt tiller I have?

The model number of your Troy-Bilt tiller is located on the same tag, but is printed in the upper left-hand corner. The model number on a Troy-Bilt tiller begins with 21. It may also contain both numbers and letters. If you have difficulty reading the serial number, use a magnifying glass.

What is a good rototiller to buy?

Plus, a selection of some of the top options in a range of categories is listed below.

  • BEST OVERALL: Earthwise TC70001 11-Inch Electric Tiller/Cultivator.
  • BEST COMPACT: Sun Joe TJ599E 2.5-Amp Electric Garden Cultivator.
  • BEST CORDLESS: Greenworks 40V 10 inch Cordless Cultivator.

How much does a Mantis Tiller cost?

$509.99 plus $29.95 shipping and handling. The Mantis Gas-Only 4-Cycle Tiller weighs just 24 pounds. It starts easily, runs quiet and requires no gas/oil mixture in the tank. This lightweight tiller/cultivator features a 4-cycle engine powered by Honda®.

Where is Troy-Bilt model number?

The product’s model number is essential to finding correct genuine factory replacement part numbers for your Troy-Bilt® outdoor power equipment. The Model number is eleven characters long and is printed on the left side of the Product Identification Label. Characters can include numbers, letters or hyphens.

What engine is on a Troy-Bilt Horse Tiller?

306cc Briggs & Stratton OHV engine
Powered by a 306cc Briggs & Stratton OHV engine to make tending your garden easier.

Are Troy-Bilt Horse tillers still made?

sought after rototiller the USA and Troy-Bilt has ever produced. The Troy-Bilt Horse Rototiller is still made here in the USA. The Troy-Bilt Horse Rototiller uses a large USA made Briggs & Statton 305cc engine.

Are Troy-Bilt and Craftsman the same?

MTD Products Inc. Over the years, MTD acquired the Troy-Bilt, Bolens, Cub Cadet, Craftsman (owned by its minority partner), and Yard-Man brands and/or companies. MTD also private labels for other brands under the “247” model prefix.

Where is the serial number on a lawnmower?

The tag will be located right above the engine on the frame, or underneath the engine. Also, the engine number will be listed directly on the engine.

Are Troy Bilt tillers any good?

You will NOT confuse the Troy-Bilt gas cultivator with a tiller. The Troy-Bilt’s light weight causes the unit to bounce up and down across virgin soil instead of penetrating it. But, like any decent cultivator, the Troy-Bilt excels in blending soil, mixing in fertilizer and compost, and controlling weeds.