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Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by patron, Feb 5, 2008.
What would be a fair asking price for this tiller?
Grampa can't use it anymore
Looks like an old troy bilt horse model. Prolly 3-5 hundred??? Does it run good and do its job?
Do to the difficulty to get parts $250 would be a fair price.
Why are parts difficult to get?
someone down this way was selling that exact style, older troy built and wanted $750 and wouldnt budge awesome tiller though
i ended up picking up one of those u-haul honda tillers that needed a carb for 50 bucks
Starts and runs
A little on the wet side to test tilling here this time of year.
I have to split what i get with my brother and may just pay him off and keep it.
Have a 7 hp kohler from this era and has only needed routine maint. (oil/filters) stop using because deer got more food from our garden then us.
Thank you for the feedback
Parts are available but insane. I have a friend that paid $300 just for the gears that go on the axles...
But they were $1200-$1400 tillers in their day.