Husqvarna FT900

The weight and size of this tiller makes it extremely easy to handle, maneuver, transport and store. This machine is perfect for homeowners who want to prepare garden patches and flower beds without using a spade. And that's just the beginning, with this tiller you can do so much more. Powered by reliable, easy-start Briggs & Stratton engines, the FT900 is equipped with carrying handles for easy handling before and after use.

Briggs & Stratton, 900 OHV Series, 9 lb-ft, 26 inch

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$ 449.95

Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price*

Features for FT900

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

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

More features

  • Reverse gearbox
  • OHV Engine

Product reviews for FT900

Husqvarna FT900 4.3 5 74 74
The Ft900 is very user friendly. The handles and controls are set perficly to provide excellant control of the tiller. I had the tillers totaly covered with dirt and it just cruised right along. It worked up the soil great. I would highly recommend this tiller to others and already have. May 20, 2012
MAJOR SAFETY ISSUE With The Design Good power, and the reverse feature is handy. I wish that was all I could say. However, there is a MAJOR safety issue with the design of this unit. There is no cover on the backside of the pulley assembly- you see the pulley when operating the unit. When you till into deep soil, the soil/rocks/clods get into the SPINNING pulley assembly and it THROWS OBJECTS UP AT THE OPERATOR'S FACE! Those pulleys should be totally encased on the backside too (like my Craftsman tiller was), not just the outside orange pulley cover of the tiller as you see in the photo. I called Sears where I bought it (model #25009) and they said their floor model was the exact same way. I called Husqvarna customer service (800-487-5951) last week and they suggested hanging a rubber mat down by the pulley assembly. Are they kidding??? What happens when the mat gets sucked into the pulley assembly? They had no other solutions, but this sounds like they are asking for a liability lawsuit. Poor design, poor customer service. That's the last Husqvarna product I'll ever buy, and I'm telling my friends. May 15, 2012
a wonderful tiller This tiller is really easy to start and use. It starts with one or two pulls on the starter rope and does a wonderful ob on ti;lling the soil. I have owned a rear tiller in the past and it did not work as well as this one. I am very sorry that I waited so long to purchase this one.I can't say any thing bad about dtis one . It is easer to handle, tills better, and has more power. I haven't had to run it at full power yet. I use it to till my garden, bare spots in my yard and to make a flower bed. It is a great tilller and I recoomend it to any one with a small space to work with. May 8, 2012
this product has great features I paid $499. for this tiller, at lowes. Digs in real good on soft or hard groud.It has a lot of power. Easy to start and use.I like it May 8, 2012
FT900 digs I am very happy with the FT900 tiller. The unit has a lot of power and does the work for you. I have owned competitor products where you do the work, not the machine. Keep up the good work! Oh.....also, the unit started first pull!!! WOW! May 7, 2012
The FT900 is exactly what I needed. I have a fairly large garden plot, and it needed a lot of tilling this year. But I'm not a big girl, so I needed something small enough that I could handle it. The FT900 is light enough for me to maneuver easily. The reverse-on-the-handle feature is wonderful. May 7, 2012
The Rock Finder! I haven't had any problems with my tiller other than it wont quit digging up rocks. I know it is its purpose, but really tired of the rocks! Other than that, I love this machine. Works a lot better than any rear tine I have ever used. Very happy with purchase, would do again. May 6, 2012
Great front tine tiller Pros - Plenty of power for new ground or old garden. Great for going between rows with adjustible tines. Easy start and maneuver. Cons - Handle Levers to control tines hard on thumbs. Should be on lower part of handle. I would recommend this machine April 28, 2012
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