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Which tiller should I keep, which should I sell

Posted by Xoloski AZ (My Page) on
Fri, Mar 15, 13 at 11:56

I have two Troy Bilt tillers and only need one. I will sell the other on Craig's List.
The first is a 1968 4 speed model,
The second is a 1974 2 speed model.

Engines and tines are interchangable. I will put the better ones on the unit I keep.

What do you think is a better tiller to keep?


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RE: Which tiller should I keep, which should I sell

The year model on one you call 1968 can't be that year post serial number on that one I look up post both I look that to its hard to say witch one to pick I have two want sell ether one.


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RE: Which tiller should I keep, which should I sell

Hi the tiller serial numbers are;

one is SN: 128764 (thought to be 1974)

the other is SN: 684033 (thought to be 1968)

Thank you,


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RE: Which tiller should I keep, which should I sell

SN: 128764 Build month December 1974

SN: 684033 Build month August 1983


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RE: Which tiller should I keep, which should I sell

Really?
Wow, thanks,
Steve


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RE: Which tiller should I keep, which should I sell

The 1983 should be PTO model they came out Sept. 1982 on this model PTO can be removed 2 bolts behind transmission tines cover housing removable this allow woodsplitter or chipper to be driven off PTO. Small trailer hitch be added may be other items.


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