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Help identifying an old Troy-Bilt, Horse, tiller

Posted by imjohn2 Texas (My Page) on
Tue, Jul 8, 14 at 6:26

A friend just gave me an older Troy-Bilt tiller. He told me that it is a "Horse", but that's all he knew about it. I've cleaned it up some (more to go) and replaced a defective fuel line, now it runs good. I'd like to find a manual so I can replace the oil, other lubricants, and perform necessary Preventive Maintenance, before using it.
Here is the information I'm able to find on it:
The Serial Number, according to the photo below, is 758063. I thought this was the Model Number before seeing the attached photo. Most decals are damaged or gone.
The engine is a cast iron, Briggs & Stratton, 8 horse, Model 195437, Type 0639-01, Code 84100210.
I would like to find the proper manual for this model. I've looked on the MTD web site, but remain confused as to which manual to use.
I would also like to know the model year.
I'd appreciate any help offered.

This post was edited by imjohn2 on Tue, Jul 8, 14 at 18:16


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RE: Help identifying an old Troy-Bilt, Horse, tiller

Horse III (Horse three) built between Oct and Nov 1984 by MTD.
C&P for a PDF format manual. Scroll down until you find for the engine make you have.

Manuals for HORSE III & IV/1 BELT/RUBBER DISC/4 SPEED..

http://www.troybilt.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/DisplayOwnersManualList?storeId=10001&catalogId=14102&langId=-1&modelNumber=Horse&serialNumber


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RE: Help identifying an old Troy-Bilt, Horse, tiller

Thanks hippy,
I'd been downloading manuals and checking them out, one after another. I just hadn't gotten that far.
Really appreciate the help.
John


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