What happened to Troy-Bilt tillers?

What happened to Troy-Bilt tillers?

The company that makes Troy-Bilt rototillers, one of the most recognizable products in the American garden, has filed for bankruptcy protection and in-tends to go out of business. In an announcement, Garden Way, of Troy, N.Y., said it will close operations, with the loss of 550 jobs.

Are Troy-Bilt tillers still being made?

The Troy-Bilt Horse Rototiller is still made here in the USA. The Troy-Bilt Horse Rototiller uses a large USA made Briggs & Statton 305cc engine.

What engine is on a Troy-Bilt tiller?

Briggs & Stratton PowerBuilt™ engine
Powered by a 250cc, 11.5 OHV Briggs & Stratton PowerBuilt™ engine, this unit has the strength to break up hard-packed soil quickly and easily. Just One Hand™ operation allows the tiller to be guided with literally one hand thanks to a well-balanced and easy to control design.

How many horsepower is a Troy-Bilt Horse tiller?

8 HP
Troy-Bilt Horse 8 HP Rear Tine Tiller Horse.

Where are Troy-Bilt tillers manufactured?

Proudly headquartered in Valley City, Ohio, and with multiple manufacturing locations across the country, including Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee and Mississippi, Troy-Bilt is strongly committed to the communities we’re a part of and keeping America working as hard as we can.

When did Troy-Bilt go out of business?

What happened to the OLD Troy-Bilt manufacturing company? The product brand names Troy-Bilt® and Bolens® were formerly manufactured under the parent company Garden Way Inc. of Troy, NY. In 2001 Garden Way Inc., filed for bankruptcy and is no longer in business.

Who owns Troy-Bilt tillers?

Over the years, MTD acquired the Troy-Bilt, Bolens, Cub Cadet, Craftsman (owned by its minority partner), and Yard-Man brands and/or companies. MTD also private labels for other brands under the “247” model prefix.

Where is model number on Troy-Bilt Horse Tiller?

The model number of your Troy-Bilt tiller is located on the same tag, but is printed in the upper left-hand corner. The model number on a Troy-Bilt tiller begins with 21. It may also contain both numbers and letters.

What is the largest Troy-Bilt tiller?

Big Red
The Troy-Bilt Big Red is equipped for the heaviest-duty jobs in gardens over 2,500 square feet. It will start when you need it with electric start.

What is the biggest Troy-Bilt tiller?

The Big Red is the flagship of the Troy-Bilt fleet of rototillers and is fully equipped for the heaviest-duty jobs in gardens over 2,500 square feet. Perfect for soil preparation and groundbreaking, the Big Red tiller has the power and durability to tackle all of your garden challenges.


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