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Tillers

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This handy chart will show you how frequently you should be performing basic maintenance tasks on your Troy-Bilt garden tiller.

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Tilling soil is an important step in the gardening process. Learn about the advantages tilling provides here before the next planting season begins.

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Tilling is a good way to amend and enrich your garden soil. Use these tilling do’s and don'ts to help get your beds back in shape.

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Improper off-season storage practices can wreak havoc on your unit. Make sure your Troy-Bilt garden tiller is ready for spring use with our garden tiller spring tune-up checklist.

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The transmissions on every Troy-Bilt rear-tine tiller are so rugged and reliable that they come with a limited lifetime warranty. That means anything found to be defective in craftmanship is replaced - for life.

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We built our first tillers back in 1937. Today, they feature rugged and durable features like cast-iron encased transmissions with bronze gear drives to turn your dirt into fertile soil.

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Digging and preparing a new garden bed is best done as a fall chore, since it will loosen the soil and many of the weeds will die off during the winter. This will reduce the amount of weeds that will pop up in the spring.

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Get your garden in prime condition this spring with these tips on how to use a garden tiller.

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This is how you set up the TB146 EC gas cultivator. Learn about out-of-the-box setup, starting instructions, operation and maintenance of this 4-cycle cultivator.

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Although tillers and cultivators are often thought of as the same thing, they are two very different pieces of equipment. Learn the difference between cultivators and tillers with help from Troy-Bilt.

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