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G45 Rotary Hoe - $2,690 plus shipping

Grillo G45 has gearbox driven tines for aggressively breaking up virgin ground in top end domestic applications.

The counter rotating tiller is used to break the superficial layer of the ground so that its permeability is increased and at the same time, rid the soil of weeds. This model has been developed to work on particularly hard soil, densely packed earth and older lawns. The tines turn in the opposite direction to the driving wheels, making the machine cling to the ground and till the soil more aggressively. Another benefit of counter rotating tines is increased stability. In other tillers the tines drive faster than the wheels to penetrate the earth, but if a root or object is struck the tines jerk the machine forward without warning. Counter rotation minimises this effect as the wheels drive forward keeping the machine stable as the tines turn in the opposite direction.

The G45 tiller is suitable for top end domestic use · 50cm tilling width · Counter rotating tines · All gear drive · Adjustable handles (up and down) with anti-vibration · 1 forward + 1 reverse gear · Front balance weight.

Product code: 8RTAE


    Engine: Kohler Lombardini 3000 Series OHV
    Start: recoil starter
    Supply fuel: Petrol
    Displacement 196 cc, 1 Cylinder Power 5.5 HP (4.1 kW)
    Air cooled
    Dry air filter with interchangeable filter cartridges
    Fuel tank capacity: 3.6 L
    Drive: Gears in oil bath Gearbox: 1 forward gear and 1 reverse gear
    Standard rotary tiller: Tiller with contra-rotating tines and adjustable side board walls Working depth: 50 cm
    Hoe system diameter: 28 cm
    Working width: 50 cm
    Working depth: 13 cm P.T.O. 644 rpm with anticlockwise rotation
    Wheels: 4.00-8 Tractor Speed: forward gear 2.5 km/h, reverse gear 1.6 km/h
    Handlebar: with height adjustment
    External sizes of the wheels: 400 mm with 4.00-8 tractor wheels
    Weight: 82 kg.

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