Displaying Bumper Attachment parts for the Troy-Bilt 21A-531-081 Pony Tiller 12211

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Troy-Bilt 749-04193-0637 (replaces 1904757001)

Bumper, Top Section 1

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Troy-Bilt 749-04193-0637 (replaces 1904758001)

Bumper, Bottom Section 1

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Troy-Bilt 710-1174 (replaces 1731025)

Curved Hd. Screw, 5/16-18 x 2

(Special); also see #1915811 H...

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Troy-Bilt 1111608

Hex Hd. Screw, 5/16-18 x 2-1/2,

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Troy-Bilt 936-0119 (replaces 1100242)

Lockwasher, 5/16,

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Troy-Bilt 912-3010 (replaces 1186230)

Hex Nut, 5/16-18

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Troy-Bilt 1915811

Hardware Kit.

Includes: two Ref. 21; four Re...

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Summer Mowing

To help your lawn make it through hot and dry times, postpone cutting as much as possible. When you do cut, set your deck on the highest level. The taller grass will shade its root structure. Grass is similar to trees in that the taller the tree/blade the deeper the roots. Deeper roots can reach deeper moisture and better tolerate a drought. A side affect of mowing at a higher level is lengthened mower life. You are less likely to hit rocks and roots when mowing at a higher level. Further, your blades stay out of any sand, reducing wear.