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Troy-Bilt 12AV566N711 (2005) Walk-Behind Mower Parts
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Question: Bad Oil Leak On My Troy Bilt Mow...
[*][FONT=arial][SIZE=3][B]my walk from behind 6.75hp lawn mower is not starting and it has a bad oil leak coming out of the dip stick base whenever it link removed not find the diagram to order the part,where are the manuals for this model?[/B][/SIZE][/FONT]
Reply: Bad Oil Leak On My Troy Bilt Mow...
Troy-Bilt did not manufacture the engine for this mower. It was manufactured by a engine manufacture. If you look on the engine you should be able to find a tag or label that says the engine manufactures name on it. That's where you are going to have to get parts from.
have been trying to get simple questions answered but I keep going in circles,where do I need to go to get a manual for my troy bilt 6.75 hp walk from behind lawn mower?
You might try the following link link removed=> Troy-Bilt. Then click on Owners Center, and type in your model number. You should be able to locate a manual there.
Hope this helps,
Reply: Engine Model Number
The engine on your mower will have a model number tag on it similar to the one on your mower. The engine manufacture can place this tag almost anywhere on the engine so you will need to do a little searching. It can also become covered by dirt or engine oil.
If your mower has an engine made by Briggs