Ideal for homeowners preparing large flower beds and vegetable gardens, the 14-inch, gas-powered Husqvarna CRT900 tiller's counter-rotating tines and high rotational speed make light work of your toughest projects in the yard. It's equipped with a reliable, easy-to-start Briggs & Stratton engine with forward and reverse gears for improved maneuverability around the garden.
This version of the Husqvarna CRT900 is non-CARB compliant; California residents should choose this CARB compliant version of the CRT900.
Powerful and Versatile
This rear-tined tiller is designed for use on densely packed earth and lawns, and it features powered wheels and counter-rotating tines to effectively break up your soil--it's also capable of deep digging. The tiller has a 14-inch working width and 6-inch working depth, with 7 adjustment steps.
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It's powered by a 205 cc Briggs and Stratton 900 OHV Series overhead-valve engine with a 9-pound torque, which is complemented by a chain gear transmission. The CRT900 includes one power forward and one power reverse gear for easy maneuverability and transport to your working area, and the gears are mounted on the handlebar for easy access.
For safety and sturdy operation, the CRT900 is outfitted with a counterweight that increases weight on the wheels and improves balance. The agricultural tires with heavy treads provide a better grip in cultivated and muddy soil. Other features include a vertically adjustable handlebar, a drag bar for a balanced operation in a wide variety of working conditions. It's backed by a 2-year limited warranty.
What's in the Box
Husqvarna CRT900 tiller and manual
Husqvarna: Exceptional Products for Exceptional Yards
Great yards demand equipment that is as dedicated and hardworking as you are. Fortunately, Husqvarna's range of garden equipment offers everything from lawnmowers and snow blowers to trimmers and chainsaws that let you master your slice of the great outdoors. With Husqvarna, it's easy to make your yard the envy of the neighborhood. Founded in Sweden in 1689, Husqvarna is one of the world's oldest companies.