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Troy-Bilt
In the 1960's, Lyman Wood changed the future of American gardening by founding the company that later became known as Garden-Way and developed its first product, the Troy-Bilt Rototiller. Garden-Way of Troy, NY, manufactured Troy-Bilt equipment. Garden-Way declared bankruptcy in 2001 and sold the Troy-Bilt and Bolens brands to MTD. Troy-Bilt products manufactured prior to 2001 have limited parts availability. MTD currently offers a full line of equipment marketed under the Troy-Bilt brand.

Keep a Clean Chute

Moisture and salt can cause rusting of a snow blower discharge chute. These rough areas can create a starting spot for snow to build-up and create a clog. If there is any rough paint or rust, sand and clean the spots down to the bare metal and use a rust-inhibiting paint to protect. You can improve the chute's efficiency by waxing the chute with an automotive paint wax or spray with silicone before a work session.