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Rotary Tiller for Skid Steer | Haugen Attachments

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Size: 52 Inch

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Skid Steer Rotary Tiller

Haugen's Rotary Tiller has become very popular since being introduced to the market for many reasons. It comes with a powerful motor that tills even the most compact uneven ground. Capable of depths from 0 to 6” in forward or reverse, this allows for making fast and efficeient passes. This Tiller is offset to the right-hand side of your machine to cover the wheel tracks. Its available widths are 52", 68", and 76" with a built-in Wire Guard that protects the motor and drive area.

This Rotary Tiller comes with a heavy-duty universal skid steer mount and also comes with hoses and couplers. When it arrives, it will be ready to start tilling any ground you throw at it. Because this Tiller is made in the USA, we have access to all parts for minimal downtime. The 1-year manufacture warranty protects you for the first year of use. If you have any questions about any rotary tiller we sell call one of our attachment experts.

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FEATURES

  • Tills forwards or backward
  • Double edge replaceable tines
  • Tilling depth of 0-6 inches 
  • Skid Shoe protects the motor and Controls depth
  • The Tiller is offset to the right-hand side of your machine to cover the wheel tracks
  • Built-in Wire Guard protects the motor and drive area.
  • Available widths are 52", 68", and 76”
  • 1-year warranty
  • Made in the USA

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