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Re: Troy-bilt pony?

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07-17-2012 09:31:12

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It depends on what year it is. The original Pony was as heavy built as the horse of the same time period. They had a 4 1/2 horse Clinton engine and the Horse used a 6 horse Tecumseh. These were built in the late 60's and early 70's I believe.

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George Marsh

07-17-2012 09:37:38

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 Re: Troy-bilt pony? in reply to mhfjim, 07-17-2012 09:31:12  
I purchased it for $300. The guy I bought it from bought it new about 13 years ago. He had a very small garden. 5 hp briggs.

I wanted a small light tiller, getting to old to turn the big boys. Also wanted a Briggs.

Don't have to worry about tilling sod. I have a grass cutter to remove any good sod and put it where it is needed.

I like the attachments that came with it too.

Has to be better than the front time tiller I plan to sell.


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07-17-2012 10:10:45

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 Re: Troy-bilt pony? in reply to George Marsh, 07-17-2012 09:37:38  
Any rear tine tiller will beat the heck out of the front tine types. I have used this troy built I have now since 1972 when my dad got it and if you use it in the same area year after year you can almost just let it go no hands and it will till good. Only time you have to do any real work with them is at the end of the row where you turn it around and that is more being quick then any thing else.

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07-20-2012 19:03:53

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 Re: Troy-bilt pony? in reply to old, 07-17-2012 10:10:45  
A feller traded me a Troy-bilt horse for two walk behind lawn mowers. engine had thrown a rod, but i put a new one in it, and it was good. Electric start. I sold it to a friend, and he is still using it. that was about 6 years ago.

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