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I need instructions on installing & adjusting belts on a Troy-bilt pony tiller. This one was torn down when I got it. No O/M, if anyone knows where I can download a O/M it would be much appreciated.:)
 

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I need instructions on installing & adjusting belts on a Troy-bilt pony tiller. This one was torn down when I got it. No O/M, if anyone knows where I can download a O/M it would be much appreciated.:)
Information and downloadable manual are availabe here...
http://www.troybilt.com/wcsstore/TroyBiltUS-CAS/Attachment/ownersManuals/tillers/769-03556.pdf

Download and print the manual. Use it. I think you got a deal there.
If you need any other help, don't be a stranger.
 

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Just some information from one of the manuals...

REMOVING AND INSTALLING BLADE (FIGURE 9,10,11)​
1.​
RELEASE SWITCH LEVER TO TURN MOWER OFF, WAIT FOR
THE BLADE TO STOP, AND UNPLUG MOWER. THEN TURN
THE MOWER OVER FOR ACCESS TO THE BLADE.

2. Use a piece of 2x4 wood (about 2 feet long) to keep blade from
turning while removing flange nut.
3. Wear gloves and proper eye protection.Be careful of sharp edges of
blade. Position wood and remove flange nut as shown in
Figure 9.
4. Remove square metal blade spacer, square plastic blade insulator,
and blade (Figure 10). Examine blade insulator for damage and
replace if necessary.
5. When replacing sharpened or new blade on shoulder of fan, make
sure the "GRASS SIDE" on the blade will be facing the ground when
the mower is returned to its normal upright position. After installing
blade, place blade insulator on blade such that the raised lips on
one side engage the edges of the blade. Then install the blade
spacer so that it sits inside the raised lips on the other side of the
blade insulator. Be sure to align the flats in the hole of the blade
spacer with the flats of the shaft, rotating the blade and blade
insulator together as necessary. Position piece of wood to keep
blade from turning (Figure 11). Install flange nut with the flange​
against the blade spacer and securely tighten.
 
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