The RTA2072 Rotary Tillers offer a forward-rotating tilling action that can work in many types of ground conditions and turns up hard-packed ground, leaving a perfect seedbed for gardens or grass. Suited for up to 50 HP tractors, this model fits a wide range of tractor owners, from landscapers or city and park maintenance operations to golf course superintendents. Standard Land Pride features like a stamped chain cover, adjustable rear deflector, heavy-duty driveline and parking stand, all come together in the name of quality and dependability. (RTR20 photo shown for reference.)
Ideal for landscapers and gardeners, the Land Pride RTA25 Rotary Tiller prepares seedbeds for gardening or lawn planting. Rugged and dependable, the RTA25 has uses in landscaping operations, nurseries, large gardens, and commercial operations.
Standard Land Pride features like a stamped chain cover, stamped rear deflector, heavy-duty driveline and storage stand, all come together in the name of quality and dependability. A parking stand provides easy hook-up and storage. Optional down pressure springs apply pressure on the rear deflector for tougher leveling conditions.
The RTA3576 is Land Pride's toughest tiller, built to withstand the rigors of commercial jobs. The 35 Series Tiller is designed to go all day, day after day, in the most demanding jobs. With a 19" rotor swing diameter, this tiller can turn over a bunch of dirt without much getting in its way and is ideal for landscaping, nurseries, and commercial gardening applications. The Cat. 4 slip-clutch driveline and 75 HP gearbox keeps the power coming in the toughest conditions.
Land Pride is expanding our popular line of 3-point Rotary Tillers with the addition of two gear drive models -- the RGA1242, RGA1250, RGA1258, RGA1266, RGA1274, RGA1282 forward rotation and RGR1242, RGR1250, RGR1258, RGR1266, RGR1274, RGR1282 reverse rotation. These American-made tillers feature Cat. 1 hitch, plate steel A-frame and 540 RPM gearbox. Both models include a 17" diameter rotor, 6 "C" shaped tines per flange, and a 7" tilling depth. The rotor is powered by a spur-gear drive in an oil bath with a heavy stamped drive cover.