42 & 50: 15-35 HP, 58 & 66: 20-40 HP, 74: 25-50 HP, 82: 30-60
The Land Pride RTR1242, RTR1250, RTR1258, RTR1266, RTR1274 & RTR1282 Reverse-Till Rotary Tillers turn the soil to prepare a seedbed for gardening or lawn seeding. With uses in both rural and non-rural applications like landscaping and gardening, the RTR12 Series offers an economical tilling solution.
The RTR12, and all Land Pride reverse rotation tillers, tends to achieve greater depth of penetration, moving and pulverizing more soil in the process, while burying residue as opposed to leaving it on top.
Land Pride's RTR15 Reverse-Till Rotary Tillers prepare soil seedbeds for gardening or lawns. The RTR15 has offset capabilities to get close to fences or buildings, a formed and reinforced rear deflector to leave a perfect finish, and a #80 drive chain to stand up to the most demanding applications like landscaping, nurseries, gardening and light commercial applications. Reverse rotation tillers tend to achieve greater depth penetration resulting in moving and pulverizing more soil; burying more of the residue.
The Land Pride RTR20 Rotary Tillers are just right for home gardening, landscape work, vegetable farming, food plot maintenance, and light commercial use. The RTR20 features a reverse tilling action for tough conditions and turns up hard packed ground, leaving a perfect seedbed for gardens and grass. The reverse action "sucks" the tiller into the ground, which prohibits the tiller from "walking" on hard ground. It also incorporates spring loaded "sifting" rods behind the tines to help bury large rocks and debris.
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.