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info on old tiller

Posted by polaris0181 48197 (My Page) on
Tue, Apr 30, 13 at 10:45


I have this old tiller in pretty good shape that my mom found in someones trash. I was wondering if anyone could help with info on it. Its blue and white and has "MTD with power reverse" on it. The model 215-360t B
The tecumseh 5hp runs perfect but the tines don't engage. I took the gearcase apart and found the bronze gear chewed up with no oil in the case. Can you still order this gear? The tiller still has the original blue paint on the tines. Would be neat to get it working again. Thanks for any info guys

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RE: info on old tiller

I don't know, but since no one has answered try BECO. Link below. It is local for me and they can get about any part for a MTD brand.

I got tines for my 80's model MTD tiller there this morning.

I called them and your model number isn't correct.

They have model 215- 319, 320, 340, 381, 386, 390 but no 360.

Their toll free # is 800-274-2326

I hope that helps!

Here is a link that might be useful: Beco

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