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Troy Bilt Rototiller Info

Posted by johnduck (My Page) on
Sat, Dec 5, 09 at 10:06

I am looking to purchase a used troy bilt rototiller. I am trying to determine if the 1999 Horse model was manufcatured before the line was purchased by MTD. I also have been told that there is a significant differnce to the quality before and after this change. I am curious on any comments in regards to this. The last thing I am trying find out is what did one of these cost new in 1999 and what would be a good price today.

Thank you so much for youe comments

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RE: Troy Bilt Rototiller Info

You can use GOGGLE to find this stuff out.

Here is GOOGLE results:
"In 2001 MTD bought the Troy-Bilt tiller and mower business from Garden Way, which had filed for bankruptcy"

Cost is depended on the HP and model you purchased.

Back in 1997, an 8HP B&S with electric start listed for $2,339.

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