Rotary Hoe for Sale.
7HP, 4 stroke rear tine tiller cultivator or sometimes commonly called garden tiller or rotary hoe is designed for use on densely packed earth and lawns.
Whether you need to break up a lawn or prepare a garden patch for sowing, Kruger Rotary Hoe is up for the job. This rotary hoe (also known as a tine tiller, cultivator, or garden tiller) is designed for use on densely packed earth and lawns. It features powered wheels and counter-rotating tines, which makes this rotary hoe or garden tiller breaks up soil effectively.
Kruger’s petrol cultivator garden tiller is built medium-sized for easy use, yet the quality is not compromised. Built with a 4-stroke petrol engine, 6.5 HP / 3600 rpm output, this rotary hoe is powerful, versatile, and ergonomic. Kruger rotary hoe garden tiller makes cultivating lawns or preparing garden beds a breeze!
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How to best use Rotary Hoe?
The rotary hoe is a perfect tool to use when you have a wide and hard impacted soil to turn over. The rotary hoe is the go-to tool when turning bare land into garden beds or turning the soil over for fresh crops. The rotary hoe is designed with powerful tine blades that pull through the soil, aided by large traction-grabbing tyres, ensuring the soil is turned to the appropriate depth. Whether used for gardening, cultivation or construction, rotary hoe makes a powerful and helpful tool to get your job done quickly. Once set up, the rotary hoe can be very simple to use, thanks to its self-propelling feature.
Here are the helpful steps on how to best use the ABLE rotary hoe:
- For safe operation, place the rear safety guard down covering the tines and that you're wearing the appropriate PPE. Safety is paramount with all our tools.
- Depending on what you're using the rotary hoe for, set the level of depth accordingly. Smaller jobs like new turf need a light turnover while cultivation requires a deeper dig.
- Disengage the tines and wheels to position the rotary hoe in the right position you need. Once you're all set up, you can engage the tines again, ready to turn over the soil.
- Now turn the rotary on. Open up the fuel line, turn the throttle to full and (as this will be a cold start) have the choke open. Now you're ready to pull the cord and start up your rotary hoe.
- When the rotary hoe is up and running, the control is extremely simple to use - with two control levers; forward and reverse for both driving and the tines. Set the levers to your desired output and when you want to engage the self-propelling feature simply pull the clutch lever on the handle;
- As long as you pull that lever, the rotary hoe will move forward and turn over the soil, all you have to do is hold the handlebars and steer it along its path.