Honda 649680 25cc 9 in. Front Tine Tiller
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- Honda GX25 25 cc 4-stroke engine designed for powerful performance
- Front engine guard for added protection
- Heavy-duty components and transmission for lasting, reliable operation
- Forward-rotating tines with hybrid design for optimal tilling/cultivating action
- 4 metal tines for strength and durability
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Durability and performance are what to expect from this tiller-cultivator from Honda. The 4 tines feature a metal construction for strength and durability. A standard wheel kit and depth bar are included for an easy operation.
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Did my homework for days on end to find and buy the perfect cultivator for my garden. I am extremely happy with this little guy! At first, I couldn't get it to start, but then I found the on/off switch on the handlebar and it started right up!
This is the perfect machine for my needs. My garden is 50' x 60' and is really too much to hoe. Weeds and grass were getting ahead of me until I unboxed this tiller and started "hoeing". Grass and weeds are now gone and I can't wait for more weed seed to sprout so that I can "hoe" them again! I have also used the tiller in my foundation beds in preparation for re-establishing shrubbery. A little tricky around old roots, but it sure does the job!
This is a powerful machine and it stresses my 72 year old body to use it. However, it is much better than a "big" tiller. One feature that isn't mentioned is the "rock detector" function. If you are tilling along and hit a rock, the detector function kicks in and the tiller bounces up into the air!! Makes a good case for getting all the rocks out of my garden.
It's OK for flower beds. It would be hard to use for bigger jobs like putting in New Garden and Flower beds that you would need to till up for first time and on harder soils. We had to work harder and it took longer. It's easier for women to handle and ok for basic tilling or soil that has been tilled before and is softer soil.
I’m not working with heavy clay soil, had a new main sewer line installed in late summer.
After letting the soil settle I had a 3 foot high hill from the house to the street.
Once we moved the hill around our yard I used the tiller across the entire yard helping me level out the dirt
With each piece of Honda equipment I bring in the house the bigger fan I become
I’ve only used tru fuel ⛽️ with this engine
Disappointed that this engine does NOT have a fuel line shut off like other equipment has
I’ve got a ton of big stones and rock, do yourself a favor, take the wheels off with the quick disconnect
My main purpose of this tiller has been to push leaves into some very sandy soil and it excels at that purpose.
It is also very good at tilling large box gardens.
It could benefit from a larger engine and better balancing, the old, no longer produced model was nearly perfect in both of these categories. So we have lost some ground from the old days. There are some plastic components that were once metal that concern me, but have so far proven durable.
Honda makes some amazing equipment, if you prefer to spend a few dollars more to have something that will last many years longer, then this is a tiller you should consider.