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Tillers

Tillers are a must have tool when you need to quickly cultivate your land to prepare a garden.


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Remington Tillers

Ryobi Tillers

Simplicity Tillers

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Sun Joe Tillers

Tanaka Tillers

Troy-Bilt Tillers

Yard Machines Tillers



What are the different types of Tillers?

Rear Tine Tillers - Rear Tine Tillers have the tines behind the wheels. (The tines are between the wheels and the operator).  

Front Tine Tillers - Front Tine Tillers have the the tines in front of the wheels.  (The wheels are between the tines and the operator). 

Tow Behind Tiller - Tow Behind Tillers typically have a set of guide wheels between the operator and the tilling tines.

Walk Behind Tiller - Walk Behind Tillers typically have a set of guide wheels between the operator and the tilling tines.

Electric Tillers - Smaller Tillers can be powered by electric motors and powered through an extension cord.

Gasoline Tillers - Gasoline Powered Tillers are powered by a small gasoline engine.

PTO Tillers -  Power Take Off Tillers are powered by the PTO unit from the tractor which is pulling the tiller. 

What are the different names for Tillers?

Tillers are called Cultivators, Electric Cultivators, Electric Tillers, Front Line Tillers, Garden Tiller, Gasoline Cultivators, Gasoline Tillers, Power Tiller, Rear Tine Tillers, and Rototillers.



 

 

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