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Early 70's Sears mower with 8 HP Rototiller

Posted by dimnova36 NY (My Page) on
Thu, Sep 24, 09 at 12:37

I just recently bought an early to mid 70's sears ss16 lawn mower with a roto tiller attachment. The housing for the gears on the tiller just broke and i have been having trouble finding a place that sells replacement parts. The plate on the housing of the tiller says 9172511890 and the serial number is 4259. Does anyone know where i can find parts for this tiller. I think the tiller is actually made by roper. Its looks to be about 36" wide and it gets towed behind the lawn mower.

Thanks for looking
Mike


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RE: Early 70's Sears mower with 8 HP Rototiller

  • Posted by canguy British Columbia (My Page) on
    Thu, Sep 24, 09 at 21:05

You are correct, the tractor and tiller were made by Roper which disappeared years ago. That was a very good unit but parts have pretty much dried up. The tines have been obsolete for some time so don't get too hopeful about anything else.


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RE: Early 70's Sears mower with 8 HP Rototiller

I have a Sears 8 hp front tine two speed tiller Model # 91729 7580, serial # 2727 B10077. I am trying to find parts. It has an 8 hp Briggs & Straton engine.


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