Husqvarna DRT900

One of the few dual rotating tillers on the market, the Husqvarna DRT900 offers the advantages of both a forward rotating cultivator and counter rotating deep soil tiller. The 9.0 gross torque engine is powerful and able to handle the conditions a homeowner might experience. The DRT900 has a sealed transmission for long life and a sturdy frame.

Briggs & Stratton, 950 Series OHV, 9.5 lb-ft, 17 inch

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$ 799.95

Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price*

Features for DRT900

  • 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.

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

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

More features

  • Reverse gearbox
  • Reverse gear
  • OHV Engine

Product reviews for DRT900

Husqvarna DRT900 4.3 5 35 35
Disappointed Unloaded my new tiller and commenced tillering. Made one pass in the garden and the drive belt came off, took to dealer and pulley needed adjustment. Back tillering and finding that the rear shield is very flimsy, already getting bent from stones, etc. Keep in mind this tiller is suppposed to be designed for heavy duty jobs, including breaking sod. June 5, 2012
Great tine action I am Troybilt person and have been for over 35 years. My 5hp pony broke down and I needed a tiller fast. I went to Lowes and the Husqvarna was setting next to the troybilts. I checked out on line and decided to try it because of the reverse tilling action and forward culltivating feature. When I put this tiller in the garden it started tilling and unlike the troybilt did not jump. I am still adjusting to using the machine but the only thing that comes to mind is that the handle for the power vibrates down and so it loses power. this may just need carb. adjustment. But so far very pleased. I may swithch all my power equipment to husqvarna May 31, 2012
great tiller I have used the tiller to till up sod and weeds in old coral. The dual direction tiller feature lets the tiller do more of the work. May 8, 2012
Dual Rotating Tines Work Great Tiller does a great job of breaking up hard soil. Starts easily and has lots of power for a big garden. My only complaint is that it takes a lot of effort to squeeze the tine control with the left hand, making it nearly impossible to keep engaged for more than 15 minutes. I had to improvise with a collar to slip over the control when I am using the tiller for longer periods of time. May 7, 2012
Tearing it up!! This tiller is so easy to use! We've doubled the size of our vegetable garden and added a butterfly garden in very little time. I'm looking to see what patch of grass I can tear through next!! May 3, 2012
Love the forward and reverse rotating tines. The engine starts with one pull. I have used both forward and reverse rotation and it works great!! April 30, 2012
Power at a Fair Price After several years of borrowing my neighbor's tiller to turn my garden and grass areas, I decided that it was "time" to commit. This unit cuts through my garden like butter and little effort compared to my neighbor's Troy in which I "rock" to the Boss...you know Bruce Springstein. I defineately recommend! George in Hillsborough, NC April 17, 2012
Great item for gardening without extreme work I purchased the DRT900 a few weeks ago and have used it to work up two gardens and a 4000 square foot yard. This tiller made the job easy. First the counter rotating tines worked the ground up nicely without struggling to hold it back. When working the yard project both the forward and counter rotating selections were used and they again made the job easy. This is an ideal piece of equipment for the person who wants a garden without the back breaking work of a front tine only cultivator. April 10, 2012
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