Husqvarna CRT900

The CRT900 is ideal for frequent use - ploughing, cultivation and ridging. Counter-rotating tines and high rotational speed make light work of your toughest projects in the yard. Equipped with a reliable, easy to sart Briggs & Strattone engine with forward and reverse gears for improved maneuverability around the garden.

Briggs & Stratton, 900 OHV Series, 9 lb-ft, 14 inch

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$ 599.95

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Features for CRT900

  • For safe and sturdy operation. The counterweight increases weight on the wheels and improves balance.

  • One gear forward and one reverse, for easy operation, maneuverability and transport.

  • Tines rotate counter-clockwise for deep-soil penetration and better garden bed preparation.

  • Heavy treads provide better grip in cultivated and muddy soil.

  • Easy-adjust drag bar, for balance in different working conditions.

More features

  • Reverse gearbox
  • OHV Engine

Product reviews for CRT900

Husqvarna CRT900 4.3 5 59 59
My First Husqvarna The CRT900 is perfect, almost. It was purchased to replace another brand that could not work this Arkansas (rock) soil. We have a 32'x24' veg. garden with a 8'x24' fruit garden. The tiller works great in the garden and has helped out with redirecting my rock shelf water problem. The counter rotating tines are super. Having a forward/reverse is unbelievable. The only problem I have found so far is that it takes 'forever' for me to get the tiller from my equipment shed to the garden due to the speed limit. Fix that very simple issue and you have a 5 out of 5 winner. June 1, 2011
Great tiller tried the tiller same day purchased,couldn,t believe the ease in handling while tillimg. Would greatly recommend to buy this unit June 1, 2011
CRT900 Tiller, power easily controlled Have used the CRT900 for about a month now and am very impressed. Starts very easily (on the first pull out of the box!) and is very easy to control. My wife is on the tiny side, but she runs the tiller without problem. We have about a half acre garden in northern Arkansas so you know we got the rocks! This tiller just spits 'em out and keeps on truckin! The counter wieght on the tiller's front is perfect, makes balance great. Sips gas like a debutante at a tea party. Quiet operation without bad vibration, I actually LIKE to till with this thing! May 25, 2011
great little machine i only have one problem with it...it pulsates when idling....don't know if needs adjustment or not...when you put it in gear to till it runs fine when you are tilling and does a great job..please let me if this normal May 21, 2011
This product was just what I needed It made short work of my knew garden plot, easy start, controls at your finger tips, plenty of power, only needed one pass, and was ready for planting ..... April 27, 2011
TILLER THIS TILLER IS MUCH BETTER THAN TROYBILT FOR THE SAME PRICE. THIS UNIT HAS A COUNTER WEIGHT IN THE FRONT FOR BALANCE. April 14, 2011
Power and Quality First off let me say that i use to hate prepping my garden but not anymore,,this machine cuts through my garden as if it was whip cream,,,very powerful and easy to handle,,i find myself doing my neighbors garden for him,,do yourself a favor and do the research before buying as i did,,no regrets here,,i know this will be the last one i buy!!!! March 4, 2011
The CRT900 is a home-scale phenom. Before my CRT 900 I'd rented a number of different tillers made by the competitors (I don't know if I can say any names, but TB was the most common), and they were all filthy garbage. A couple of them would do little more than gyrate in place. I was starting to think tillers in general were just incapable of effectively performing the task they were being marketed to accomplish. Until, of course, I did my research and settled on the CRT 900. Wow. She's done everything I've ever respectfully asked her to, and with grace and ease. Plus, she is such an attractive piece of machinery I want to treat her right and take care of her, using only the best fluids and proper storage techniques. I haven't been able to think of any change I would make in her betterment, unless of course you could find or develop a non-toxic coating, similar to say Teflon, so that I wouldn't have to properly clean her tines after use and before storage. But c'mon, that's almost farcical, the CRT900 is a home-scale phenom. February 28, 2011
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