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Montgomery Ward - Gilson Tiller

Posted by brian_ca (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 5, 06 at 5:27

Good morning,
I am in need of a manual and parts for a Montgomery Ward tiller. Model number GIL 39012B. Also trying to find out when it was built.
Thank for any help.

Brian


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RE: Montgomery Ward - Gilson Tiller

Good luck on your search!

IF the engine is original, you can get a pretty good idea of the year built from the engine date code.


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RE: Montgomery Ward - Gilson Tiller

When Montgomery Wards went belly up Sears took over all their maintenance agreements and service. You might give them a try.


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That Wards model was made by Gilson. Manuals are available from Toro at $6 + change. I just bought one 8)
http://www.toro.com/ I ran across on the net that Toro boughtout Gilson and Lawnboy in the eigthies.


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Brian-

I have a model GIL-39007A tiller and have the manual. I would send it to you if you need it. Just send me an e mail: kenverkest at comcast net


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RE: Montgomery Ward - Gilson Tiller

Good day everyone!

I have just bought an old gilson rear tine tiller. It is model # 51134 45917 and had no engine or belts with it.
Does anyone out there own one of these beauties, or know anything about the engine that was originally or it and the belt/pulley setup?
Can I buy a copy of a manual on this machine?

Any help would be very much appreciated!

Regards John


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Good Morning

I would like to follow Johne2008's request. I also purchased a Gilson 51134 45917 yesterday, while this tiller appears complete and runs, it does need some TLC. I would very much appreciate purchasing a manual any help will be greatly appreciated.

Thank you and have a great day.
Willy


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I also purchased a Gilson rototiller with the same model number as you Willy.Model # 51134 45917. Were you ever able to find an owners manual? I am looking for one. Any info you could pass on would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
Deena


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I recently inherited a Montgomery Ward PowrKraft rear tine tiller from my dad. It is model #GIL 39032D with a 5 h.p. Briggs & Stratton engine. I was able to find belts for this tiller but I would like to find an owner's manual or a factory repair manual that would show me how to change oils and lube necessary points on it. I also would like info on parts and how they go together. Anyone have manuals or know where to locate one? I am willing to pay for one or for copies etc. Thanks


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RE: Montgomery Ward - Gilson Tiller

I am looking for manual on Glson#51134. I picked this up and it needs some pulley replaced and some other TLC. If you find anything please let me know.


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I have a 8 horse 1978 Montgomery wards rear tine tiller.
I need a triple pulley for it.
If anyone knows where to buy the parts, I would appreciate it.

Thanks


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I have a copy of a manual for a GIL 39012B Montgomery Ward Tiller. I could scan it and send to you if you send me you email.

The guy i got it from gave me his Reciept - But was not from Montgomery Wards.His receipt is from Aug, 1998.


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I have quite a bit of Montgomery Ward parts for a 39012B. Feel free to contact me.


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I HAVE A GILSON TILLR MOD.#51134-45917 SER.#799 WITH 5 HP. BRIGGS & STRATTON ENG. NEED MANUL OR ANY INFO. THANK KEN


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RE: Montgomery Ward - Gilson Tiller

Hard to help you if you don't enable the email feature.


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