This tiller comes with a 5-horsepower Briggs & Stratton engine, which gives it the power it needs to till dense soil and break rough ground. It has a tilling width of 14 to 26 inches and four four-tined rotary blades, each with 14-inch self-sharpening, carbon steel, ground-and-polished slasher tines, the better to tear up your pea patch. The machine has a strong steel frame, welded and braced, and a handle of 14-gauge seamless tubular steel. While it's not a luxury sedan, it does have some nice features. Remarkably heavy-duty, the lower bearings are reinforced, the dependable transmission is belt-driven (which saves the gears), the chain drive is fully serviceable, and the transmission chain is encased and sealed, protecting the chain from being fouled by soil--and your soil from being fouled by transmission oil. There's also a hefty wheel yoke. The precision-cast hitch can be set in multiple positions and will accept a variety of cultivating attachments such as turning plows, a furrow opener, a wishbone harrow, a depth gauge, and a drag stake. With its thick tines and useful attachments, this is an especially sturdy tool, built to do a variety of jobs and keep on doing them for a long time.
SPECIFICATIONS: 5 HP Briggs & Stratton engine. 14" to 26" tilling width with heavy duty replaceable bolo tines. Precision cast multiple position hitch; hefty wheel yoke. Hitch will accept a variety of cultivating attachments. 10" steel transport wheels. 14 gauge steel, 1" diameter handles with braces. Heavy duty, 1-1/4" case hardened tine shaft, needle bearings, number 50 output cabin, reinforced lower bearings supports, sealed transmission.