What is a Troy-Bilt Horse tiller worth?

What is a Troy-Bilt Horse tiller worth?

The “Horse” was the older Troy Bilt tiller with the bigger engine…it has a cult-like following. The “Pony” is a step down in size and hp. A Horse usually goes for around $600 in very good working condition and an older version of the Pony like you have goes for about $400 in very good working condition.

Where are Troy-Bilt cultivators made?

Where are the Troy-Bilt products manufactured? Most equipment available for purchase in North America is assembled in North America with the majority of our manufacturing and assembling plants located in The United States of America.

What model is my Troy-Bilt Tiller?

The model number of your Troy-Bilt tiller is located on the same tag, but is printed in the upper left-hand corner. The model number on a Troy-Bilt tiller begins with 21. It may also contain both numbers and letters. If you have difficulty reading the serial number, use a magnifying glass.

How much does a Troy-Bilt Horse Tiller weigh?

350 pounds
Product information

Product Dimensions 62 x 27 x 33 inches
Item Weight 350 pounds
Manufacturer Troy-Bilt
Item model number 21A-683F766

Are MTD and Troy-Bilt the same company?

MTD’s regional brands include Troy-Bilt® in the Americas, Rover® in the Pacific, and WOLF-Garten® in Europe. The portfolio also includes Remington®, Yard Machines®, Columbia®, and MTD Genuine Parts® brands, all primarily sold in the Americas; and Robomow® which is sold in the Americas, Europe and the Middle East.

Is Troy-Bilt and Craftsman the same?

MTD Products Inc. MTD Products is an American manufacturer of outdoor power equipment for the mass market. Over the years, MTD acquired the Troy-Bilt, Bolens, Cub Cadet, Craftsman (owned by its minority partner), and Yard-Man brands and/or companies.