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    Default Replcement Engine for Troy-Built Horse

    Where could I get cross reference information for possible replacement engines for my Troy-Build tiller? The original engine is not worth rebuilding. Help and suggestions would be appreciated.

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    Default Re: Replcement Engine for Troy-Built Horse

    THANKS - that may help and it's a great starting place to begin searching.

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    Default Re: Replcement Engine for Troy-Built Horse

    Kohler, Techumseh, or Briggs engine?

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    Sorry for the delay. It currently is a Techumseh engine.

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    Default Re: Replcement Engine for Troy-Built Horse

    Take model and serial number to a small engine shop and they can order a short block for you. You will then have to transfer the head, carb,muffler,flywheel and coil to the short block. It comes with all the gaskets needed and it is much cheaper than buying a crated engine. If you are not comfortable transfering the parts to a short block then buying a crated(complete) engine is the way to go. Any small engine shop that is a Tecumseh dealer will be able to order both in for you.

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    Default Re: Replcement Engine for Troy-Built Horse

    I think you should measure the mounting holes to see what replacement engine will fit. I can't say if another brand will fit right up or not, but for example, I thought Honda made their mounting holes to interchange with a Briggs. Before I started swapping parts, I'd be looking at the bolt pattern for an interchange.

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    Default Re: Replcement Engine for Troy-Built Horse

    If you take your model number and your serial number of the engind to a small engine shop then they can match it up with the proper tecumseh engine, be it a short block or a complete engine. I have had to do this on many occasions for customers when I worked at an small engine shop. Tecumseh makes replacement engines and shortblocks. The only difference will be in the horsepower, a seven horse will now be an eight horse engine.

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    Does the OP want a Tecumseh? Will parts be available in the future or is what is out there now the end of the line?

    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/r...-re-power.html

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    Default Re: Replcement Engine for Troy-Built Horse

    If it is a cast engine then you can punch it out up to .030 in over and do a rebuild. Expensive but once done it will last a lifetime if done right.

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