What engine is on a Troy Bilt Pony Tiller?
11.5 OHV Briggs & Stratton PowerBuilt™ engine
Powered by a 250cc, 11.5 OHV Briggs & Stratton PowerBuilt™ engine, this unit has the strength to break up hard-packed soil quickly and easily. Just One Hand™ operation allows the tiller to be guided with literally one hand thanks to a well-balanced and easy to control design.
How many horsepower is a Troy Bilt Pony Tiller?
Troy-Bilt Pony 6.5 HP Rear Tine Tiller Pony.
Why won’t my Troy-Bilt tiller stay running?
The carburetor might be clogged. A clogged carburetor is most commonly caused by leaving fuel in the engine for a long period of time. Over time, some of the ingredients in the fuel may evaporate, leaving behind a thicker, stickier substance. This sticky fuel can clog up the carburetor and cause the engine to stall.
What kind of oil does a Troy-Bilt tiller use?
These models can be run on 5W-30 or 10W-30 synthetic oil at any air temperature. If you prefer a detergent oil use, select one with an API rating of SF, SG, SH or SJ and use 5W-30 or 10W-30 below 40 degrees Fahrenheit and SAE 30 above 40 degrees Fahrenheit.
Does Troy Bilt Pony Tiller have reverse?
The Troy Bilt Pony tiller is equipped with forward rotating tines and a power reverse, making it so the tiller does the work rather than you.
What kind of oil does a Troy Bilt tiller use?
Where is the model number on a Troy-Bilt Pony?
The product’s model number is essential to finding correct genuine factory replacement part numbers for your Troy-Bilt® outdoor power equipment. The Model number is eleven characters long and is printed on the left side of the Product Identification Label. Characters can include numbers, letters or hyphens.
Why does my tiller keep shutting off?
You could have a clogged fuel cap, which can prevent air from entering the gas tank. Loosen the gas cap a little and start the tiller again. If it starts and stays running, try cleaning or replacing the gas cap. A clogged carburetor could also be the problem.
Why does my tiller lose power?
Change air filter if it’s clogged or dirty. Replace fouled or dirty spark plug. Unclog or replace gas cap if air vent is blocked. Replace dirty or clogged fuel filter.
How much oil does a Troy-Bilt Pony tiller take?
Tank capacity: 3 quarts. Fill tank completely. DO NOT use no-lead gas. MOTOR OIL, ENGINE CRANKCASE: SE or SF classified motor oil, #30 viscosity.
What gear oil for Troy-Bilt Pony tiller?
For full replacement use SAE 140 or SAE 85W-140 gear oil with an API rating of GL-4 only. We have also found that 80W-90 oil with an API rating of GL-1 is acceptable for both partial and full replacement of tiller gear oils.
What engine is on a Troy Bilt Bronco tiller?
208cc OHV Troy-Bilt
A 208cc OHV Troy-Bilt engine gives you plenty of power to turn over large amounts of soil. Just One Hand™ operation allows the tiller to be guided with literally one hand thanks to a well-balanced and easy to control design. Wider 1-inch handles provide greater stability.
What year is my Troy-Bilt Pony?
The 5th character of our 11 character product serial numbers will indicate the last number of the year that it was manufactured. Since 5th character in the example is a 4, the year of manufacture would be a year ending in 4.
What size belt goes on a Troy Bilt Pony?
Troy-Bilt Pony tillers have two belts, a forward drive belt, which measures 4L by 23.80 and a reverse drive belt, which measures 3L by 27.44, located in the “tine and drive” assembly.