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Hi all, I have a Troy-Bilt Horse serial #334733 I have owned for many
years. Now I need the two worm gears (Tiller drive and wheel drive)
Part #1064 and #1957. Does anyone know if these parts are still
available? If not, can a machine shop make or rebuild these. I would
also like to know what year this machine was built, if anyone has
that information. It has served me well for over 20 years.

Thanks TBJ
 

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TBJ
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Thanks Jim, The only model I can find is Horse. I will check on the
place you suggested.
 

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Okay. I put in the that first part number you listed at partstree, but it came up with pages of parts. Thats why a model number is important, helps to narrow down the machine and then search the parts. Hopefully you can find something there, it's a nice site, and keep checking here as well, maybe one of the guys in the know on these will be along :).
 

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The records indicate that tiller was built in June or July of `78. If I knew which engine you had I could give you some different SKU numbers, and MTD now calls that the model number. Gardenway did not use model numbers, which is why it is not mentioned in the original owner's manuals. If you have that SKU number you can find part numbers and even order them from MTD on their website; that is if they are available. A good many important parts are still available.
I can try and send you this file I downloaded with the serial numbers listed by production dates if you figure you need it.

Jeff

Hi all, I have a Troy-Bilt Horse serial #334733 I have owned for many
years. Now I need the two worm gears (Tiller drive and wheel drive)
Part #1064 and #1957. Does anyone know if these parts are still
available? If not, can a machine shop make or rebuild these. I would
also like to know what year this machine was built, if anyone has
that information. It has served me well for over 20 years.

Thanks TBJ
 
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