20 Most Recent Troy Bilt Pony 6.5 Hp Rear Tine Tiller Questions & Answers


sounds like one of the pressure switches is bad wire each direct one at a time to find out but do not leave it that way.

Troy Bilt Pony... | Answered on Dec 12, 2017


the roll pins should only need to be driven out with a punch they are hardened steel and would be hard to drill out anyway

Troy Bilt Pony... | Answered on Aug 13, 2012


you have a plugged jet inside the carb take it apart and clean them

Troy Bilt Pony... | Answered on Jun 25, 2012


Hello,

How are you today? I hope well. This is a pretty simple project to get wheel off.

To remove tire & hub from tiller,place tiller on a secure jack or stand,remove front cap,behind wheel in hub & axle you will find a pin that goes through both,punch out with a punch or type of ice pick. You know something similar in your garage if you don't have a punch. Even a small Phillips screw driver could work. Of course when putting back on reverse procedure, might be able to use same pin if not damaged in process of removing it. Hope this helps, Mike

Troy Bilt Pony... | Answered on Sep 23, 2011


driving wheles for belts is not in line

Troy Bilt Pony... | Answered on Jun 03, 2011


Did you ever find a solution to removing your tiller wheel ? I have the same problem, tried pullers, heat, hammer, Wd40, everything. I would appreciate your input. Mike. mglobna@yahoo.com

Troy Bilt Pony... | Answered on May 27, 2011


I also was having issues with an old 5 horse Troy Built tiller that would fire when gas was in the tank then stop running. If it's a Briggs and Stratton engine like the one I have it's probably you can remove the muffler to gain access to the side of the carb. Remove the four screws and the cover off the fuel pump diphram and check to make sure that the rubber isn't cracked or degraded. I replaced the one I had and it now runs like a champ.

Troy Bilt Pony... | Answered on May 23, 2011


Not a problem ...

Troy Bilt Pony... | Answered on Apr 02, 2011


http://www.mtdparts.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/OperatorManualView?storeId=10101&catalogId=19502&langId=-1

Go to this website and type in PONY for your model number and find your operator manual by your serial number. The operator manual should have detailed instructions on how to replace your seals.
On the Horse model you remove the wheels and then carefully use a couple of screw drivers to pry out the old seals being careful not to scratch the wheel shaft sealing area. Then polish the wheel shaft with fine emery cloth to remove any sharp edges. Then grease the wheel shafts and carefully slide the new wheel seals on and use a piece of plastic PVC pipe cut square that will slide over the shaft and gently drive the seal to the depth the old seals were installed at. You dont even have to drain the gear oil. Getting the wheels off the wheel shaft is sometimes a problem if they are rusted on. if you can get the wheels off its not to hard to change the seals.

Frank

Troy Bilt Pony... | Answered on Oct 07, 2010

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