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Senator rototiller

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03-09-2002 15:09:44

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Anyone have any info on a Senator rototiller? Bought one at an auction and don't have owners manual. Drive gearbox is leaking, took cover off and found a washer broken and shaft worn. Model # 51016 43425 5 HP Briggs runs good. Is Senator the manufactorer? Possibly made in the 70's. Can't find any info on web. Help would be appreciated.

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04-11-2002 18:24:56

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 Re: Senator rototiller in reply to Stickweed, 03-09-2002 15:09:44  
Thanks Mike,Yeah I found out mine is a 73 also. The only thing wrong with mine is the gearbox is leaking also. I packed the gears with grease and added aliitle gear oil and it is doing fine. These were really made well they don't make them like this anymore. Lawnboy bought out Gilson and some parts are still available. I'm missing the reverse belt but I seem to get by well without it.
Thanks for the reply. If you find that manual I would appreciate a copy of it. Brian McCracken
Bristol, Virginia.

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Michael Dorn

05-27-2002 11:58:18

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 Re: Re: Senator rototiller in reply to Stickweed, 04-11-2002 18:24:56  
I have found the manual and will send you a copy once I have your address. Good luck! Mine did about 5 hours of hard tilling this spring so far.


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Coy M Bullard

12-29-2003 17:10:07

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 Re: Re: Re: Senator rototiller in reply to Michael Dorn, 05-27-2002 11:58:18  
I have this model 10 532 7469, and used it for years. I need to find a replacement for the bronze worm gear that is really worn. The worm itself is steel, and not worn. I would appreciate any information you might have learned about. Thanks. Coy M Bullard

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ron rokicki

05-05-2003 07:18:18

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 Re: Re: Re: Senator rototiller in reply to Michael Dorn, 05-27-2002 11:58:18  
Micheal, I also have a Senator tiller model 51016 44664, serial 5167c2 085. The pull start broke yesterday. I would appreciate a copy of that manual you spoke of. Send to: 9747 Douglas rd. Temperance,Mi.48182
Thanks much, Ron Rokicki

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07-13-2002 15:21:51

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 Re: Re: Re: Senator rototiller in reply to Michael Dorn, 05-27-2002 11:58:18  
Michael, I recently came across an old Senator tiller (mdl # 10 532 06), and would like to know if you have any copies available or know of any leads on where I might find one.

thanks Kevin

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Michael Dorn

04-10-2002 19:30:53

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 Re: Senator rototiller in reply to Stickweed, 03-09-2002 15:09:44  
I, also, have a Senator Rototiller. 5HP Briggs - numbers long since worn off. My father bought it in '73. The thing won't die. Drive gearbox leaks a little, but the dirt slows the flow.

My father thinks that Senator was a off-brand name for Gilson rototiller. We are in the process of hunting down the manual among 30 years worth of papers. If I find it I'd be happy to send a copy. Good luck!

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Steve Grass

07-30-2003 14:47:14

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 Re: Re: Senator rototiller in reply to Michael Dorn, 04-10-2002 19:30:53  
I just rescued a Senator Tiller model 51091 44742 from the trash. It needs some work. Could I get a copy of the manual? 48 Tanglewood Drive, Schwenksville, PA 19473


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