I recently broke the lower drive belt while cutting through some talller weeds on my property. It's so powerful it's hard to handle at times. I am guessing that either the belt isn't gripping properly or the pullies need some cleaning or maybe a different brand of belt? And have never had to make the adjustment racing is the only sport that you need two balls Thanks, I did as you suggested and replaced the top belt, and its working perfectly. The whole set up is for them belts to work as a team. .
We won't penalize you for ordering the wrong part when you observe this policy; instead we'll work with you to ensure you have the right product for your machine and that you get the credit you deserve on your timely unused part return, that's our pledge. Rated 2 out of 5 by Powwow the Indian boy from Good engine! No worries when it comes to buying and installing parts for your Troy-Bilt equipment. Your going to have to remove the back deck as do in this video also to see and get to this pulley and adjustment. Mechanically, it is extremely well-built, and this tiller, as well as otherTroy-Bilt products that we own, are made to last. I used it three times and next Spring, the carb was clogged and I had to swap the carb for a new one. It shows how to adjust the linkage, when the newer manual doesn't.
Rated 5 out of 5 by MtnDsrtBrkrBill from Sturdy, Rugged, Dependable I have owned and used Troybilt equipment for many years, first as a nurseryman and licensed landscape contractor in an earlier career, later as a homeowner who can't quit landscaping and gardening. Find the Control Rod that go's to the Variable Speed pulley. Troy-Bilt will not be responsible for any such additional charges. The Pony will take off like a horse once the tines make contact with the earth. Also I am starting to hear some squeeling when the pedel engages, I am thinking its the pullies do you guys have any advice on how to lube them? There is no other brand that comparison wise comes close. But the assisant and I checked to ensure it was the correct part. Pony Garden Tiller is rated 4.
Right now when its cold, it seems to move fine, but after 10 mins of mowing it slows down without any reduction in engine noise, i'm thinking belt slipping or maybe the center sliding rotator idk what its called on the variable speed pulley is getting stuck, and thats what broke my first belt, i remember the smoke coming from the rear of the tractor could this be causing the squealing? Once the warehouse prints your order, it cannot be cancelled All backordered items can be cancelled at any time prior to being received into inventory. I don't have a Bronco but a Pony, but thinking they are pretty much alike. Troy-Bilt will not reimburse customers for any such expenses. Please request a tracking number to confirm delivery. With long handles for extra digging leverage, forward rotating tines and engine weight help propel the machine through even the hardest soils, while the sturdy tines ensure exceptional tilling depth.
It's might be ok in soft broken soil, but it's not worth a much in your average soil. Your machine is capable of amputating hands and feet and throwing objects. Additional expenses may be charged to the customer if special arrangements need to be made by the shipping company to unload merchandise. Limited lifetime warranty on transmission. I'm not sure the quality is as good at the old Troybilt tillers. I would recommend that this Troybilt tiller is the best.
Troy-Bilt will not be responsible for any such additional charges. It will help you assemble, prepare, maintain and safely operate your machine. Shipping damage is covered by the truck freight company and not by Troy-Bilt. The upper belt looks old too, so I guess I should have replaced it anyhow, i'll pick one up from Lowes later and adjust the linkage per your reccomendations, I also found an earlier version of the owners manual online. If the ground has not been broken in a few years forget it! Return shipping is at the customer's expense. Moving the adjustment toward the front of the mover will tighten up the belts up. Rated 5 out of 5 by Farmboy64 from Overall Review for the Troybilt Pony tiller I have owned this Pony for 25 years.
When the remaining credit eligible balance reaches zero, abandoned items may be resold or disposed of at the sole discretion of Troy-Bilt. Your signature on the receipt is your acceptance of the merchandise in good condition. It is one great machine. The Pony is a very apt name as this tiller truly is a work horse! Read and follow all instructions in the manual before attempting to operate your outdoor power equipment. Due to the size of the Operator's Manual, some Operator's Manuals are broken down into two or more segments so that the entire Operator's Manual can be downloaded easily.
Abuse of Return Policy: TroyBilt. All returns on whole goods are subject to a restocking fee of up to 25% of the purchasing price and the shipping is non-refundable. Now there doesn't seem to be as much traction and the mower comes to a stop on the slightest incline. Variable speed pulley, bit like a mo-ped, I see how it works now, was wondering how the pedal adjusted the drive speed without the throttle. This is not a common feature in most products these days.