Repower old Equipment
Troy-Bilt Horse Tiller / OLDER 2 SPEED Category
Available replacement parts listed below, please click product number to view more information about each replacement part.
Original Model: HH60 & Various Others
ANY OF THE ENGINES AT THIS LINK WILL FIT TROY BILT HORSE TILLERS THAT ARE THE OLDER (2) SPEED UNITS. A 2 SPEED HAS FORWARD AND REVERSE (ONLY) WITH ( NO ) HIGH OR LOW SPEED.
Most engines with a 3/4" diameter shaft, 2-5/16" long, and 3/16" keyway will fit this tiller as long as it has the 4 side mounting holes on a 2-9/16" square pattern.
You may have to replace the bolt in the end of the shaft. The original engines were tapped 3/8-24, but most replacements will have a 5/16-24 tapped hole.
You probably will not be able to use the current throttle cable unless you move it down the handle a little, most engines have the throttle bracket below the carburetor or on the front of the engine now. Most engines also have their own throttle on them so no throttle cable is needed.
If you purchase an engine with a low oil shutdown on it you will need to disconnect it. With the tillers operating at an angle it will not allow the oil level to raise the float enough to disable it.
You can use an engine with a 3/4" x 1.457" shaft on the Troy Bilt Horse and Big Red tillers by using a 5/16"-24 bolt that is 1-1/4" long to hold the pulley and reverse disc on.
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While we may have sold many engines listed above to be used for a Troy-Bilt Horse Tiller / OLDER 2 SPEED Category, we are NOT claiming these are exact replacements unless the product notes explicitly say so. Many original equipment engines may no longer be in production because of obsolesence or EPA regulations, so in some cases there may not be an exact replacement available. Our intention here is to show that other customers have utilized these in the equipment shown, but may have had to make some modifications to do so. If we know of any required changes, we will list those, however, some adapting during installation should be expected.