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03-25-03, 06:52 PM   #1  
tiller motor?

trying to find out what kind of motor is on this tiller.. It is a troybilt tiller, not sure how old
hh60-105091f
Serial 535od
Plug that is in it , 25800

 
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03-25-03, 10:19 PM   #2  
Hello Mrblue!

You have a Tecumseh 6hp engine, Horizontal shaft, made on the 350th day of a year ending in 5, as in 1985, 1995, etc...

Hope this helps!


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03-26-03, 03:25 AM   #3  
Thanks Cheese,
Now I know were to start.. Does the year ending in 5 matter for parts if its 65 or 85. Thanks for the quick reponse and the help.

 
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03-26-03, 03:44 AM   #4  
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Yes it would matter. If you call up Tecumseh and talk to their technical department they will send you the manuals (parts and operation) free of charge.

I just did that for my '65 Craftsman blower and they sent me the ORIGINAL, correct owner's manual for the engine free of charge by me asking. It helped that I knew the publication # I needed though .

 
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03-27-03, 12:38 AM   #5  
Yep...it matters. Joe is right, you can get further info from the company.


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03-29-03, 03:03 PM   #6  
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HH60 105091F

All you will need to obtain ANY PARTS you want for this
animal is the model and spec. The 105091F ID's the
engine for parts. Basically, all the serial number ending
in "5" is needed for is Tecumseh's quality control data.
They can pinpoint from that information when the engine
was built and what assembly line that day. So...for parts,
the model and spec is...ALL U NEED. For those of you using
PartSmart computer parts look-up, actually all you need is
the spec....computer will do the rest. For PS users, put in
the spec # ONLY and see what happens when doing a
model inquiry. It's pretty neat !!!

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