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Breezmister
04-20-2008, 07:09 PM
I've tried for the last hour or so trying to find a cross to some OME parts on a Honda..I need 2 blades and a belt...

Honda HT 3810
Serial # 5200435

This is a Honda rider and has 3 different manuals listed, but I can not access them just to find the Pt # to the blades so that I can cross this to an after market blade or is this going to be a Honda only blade.

Then there is a the belt, a Mitsuboshi belt, # 76182 750 0030. Just need a cross for this if anyone has it
I have tried Gates's site but no joy there to a cross it over
Mitsuboshi site was no help either..

Now the Troy Built is another can of worms. I understand that it was a recall because it was a danger to the operator ;) The TB site does not even list it.
But all I need for that is a belt that fits.

Md# 15028 Serial # 1100660

Now I haven't seen either of these units, my son got the numbers so if any of them are no good, I know who to blame :laugh: It is my understanding that they may be 15 to 20 years old.

Thanks :)

Restrorob
04-20-2008, 07:43 PM
OK Breez,

For the blades there are two different ones;
Right hand #72511-763-C00
Left hand #72531-763-C00

The belt crosses to Mitsubishi part# K7974241 and is 1/2" x 42 3/8"

The number didn't come up for the Troy, Can you tell me what it is tiller/mower and a few more details ?

Breezmister
04-20-2008, 08:54 PM
OK Breez,

For the blades there are two different ones;


Thanks Restro, That will help alot.


The number didn't come up for the Troy, Can you tell me what it is tiller/mower and a few more details ?

As for the TB, it is a wood chipper, was discontinued / recalled because of operator safety issues, or so I'm told. And is very old.

Md# 15028 Serial # 1100660

Thanks again

Restrorob
04-20-2008, 10:26 PM
Alright Breez,

The Troy has slapped me around enough.....

This is the best I could do;

http://www.partsandservice.com/html/TroyBilt/cs/

Good Luck.....

Cya

FIXDISS
04-20-2008, 10:52 PM
If your son has the old belt off he can take it to auto parts store and they can likely match it with a utility belt. I just did that on a Scott's rear tine tiller.:)

Breezmister
04-20-2008, 10:53 PM
Thanks Restro for the time and the link, appreciate it.

Breezmister
04-21-2008, 12:18 AM
If your son has the old belt off he can take it to auto parts store and they can likely match it with a utility belt. I just did that on a Scott's rear tine tiller.:)

That was the 1st question I asked him. Unfortunately the original belt is long gone. And he has no way to bring chipper in to me, I'm sure I could find something in shop that would fit. Thanks for the suggestion thou