Pro-Line Garden Tiller by Troy-Bilt

Pro-Line Garden Tiller

The Pro-Line garden tiller features a premium Honda engine and counter-rotating design to break up hard-packed soil quickly and easily.

Model No. 21D-655A766

Troy-Bilt's most powerful counter-rotating garden tiller.  The Pro-Line garden tiller features a premium Honda engine and counter-rotating design to break up hard-packed soil quickly and easily.  Small enough to fit easily between garden rows and with Just One Hand operation, the Pro-Line tiller is also easy to use.

Motoculteur Pro-Line is rated 1.0 out of 5 by 1.
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FEATURES
  • Just One Hand Operation
  • Patented Bolo Tines
  • 1 forward speed with power reverse
  • Adjustable tilling depth up to 6"
  • Factory-installed protective bumper included

*as rated by engine manufacturer

SPECIFICATIONS
  • 160cc Honda┬«
  • Standard recoil
  • Cast-iron transmission with bronze gear drive
  • Counter-rotating tines
  • 10" diameter Bolo
  • 16"
  • Adjustable up to 6"
  • 1 forward speed with power reverse
  • 16 oz 10W30 (included)
  • Loop and Bail
  • Rear Tine Shield
  • 13" Ag
  • 21D-655A766
  • 2-year limited warranty

Reviews

Rated 1 out of 5 by from very disapointed in counter rotating tine tiller Bought this tiller a couple weeks ago, thinking it was time for a new machine and would do a great job tilling up the garden... boy was I wrong! used it once for less than half an hour, the counter rotating tines shredded, tore the metal away from the bolt that holds the rotating tines on the shaft. The first problem is having the tines go in reverse and poor/weak metal design in my opinion, for the extra added stress on the machine. This was in a garden that is existing for years, and was tilled up in the fall, so the soil was soft before we begin tilling. No roots or big debris, just a few small stones half the size of the average palm of your hand, The reverse tines pull up debris and small stones into the tiller body itself causing extra stress on the machine. I cannot see this machine breaking hard packed ground, if it cannot do soft soil. I do not recommend the counter rotating tines, giving this a one star rating is being generous! With that said, we do own a 16" forward rotating rear tine tiller from troybilt bought back in the 1980's and are back using it in the same garden, never once had a single issue with it. Wore out 3 sets of tines from regular use, that thing is a tank! If I were to recommend a tiller, buy the forward rotating rear tine tiller, you will save yourself a lot of headache! Also The dealer is letting us put the money spent on this machine toward the troybilt forward rotating tine tiller, which I am very pleased about, hoping it stands up just the same as our 1980's tiller.
Date published: 2017-06-02
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