Powered by a Briggs & Stratton 140cc EX 550 Series™ Engine.
Who makes engines for Troy-Bilt?
Troy-Bilt is owned by MTD. MTD has it’s own Chinese made engines on some of it’s equipment. It would not be a big stretch to see Chinese made MTD engine on a Troy-Bilt unit. Maybe they have already started.
Are Troy-Bilt engines any good?
Our results have ratings for two rear-engine rider brands: Cub Cadet and Troy-Bilt. Both were rated Very Good for predicted reliability. Cub Cadet received an Excellent rating for owner satisfaction. Troy-Bilt garnered a Good rating.
Is Troy-Bilt going out of business?
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.
Is Toro better than Troy Bilt?
General Recommendations. If you have a small lawn, the Troy-Bilt push mower will do an adequate job and costs less than $200. If you have a larger lawn, most reviewers recommend the Toro mower for superior mowing, ease of starting and overall durability.
Which is better Troy Bilt or Cub Cadet?
The Cub Cadet XT1 Enduro Series LT 46″ lawn tractor has much lower maintenance and repair costs as opposed to that of the Troy Bilt Bronco 42″ lawn mower. It is truly reliable and has lower chances of breaking down. Overall, the Cub Cadet mower is much more powerful, reliable, versatile, and comfortable.
How many horsepower is 160cc Honda engine?
Power and Torque
The Honda 160cc lawnmower engine has a maximum speed of 3,300 rpm and can output 7.1 to 8.4 foot pounds of torque, depending on the exact configuration. Most 160cc Honda mower engines output around 5.5 horsepower.
Will a lawn mower box fit in my car?
So, can a lawn mower fit in a car? The standard push lawn mowers can fit in the back seat of a car or a car trunk. They are small enough, and their handles can be folded to fit in a car.
What gas is used for riding lawn mowers?
Most four-stroke engines require fresh unleaded gasoline with an octane rating of 87 or higher. You can use gas with ethanol, but more than 10 percent ethanol is typically not recommended. Mowers with two-stroke engines use that same type of gas, but with the addition of a high-quality two-cycle engine oil.