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Tillovator, 7 Ft. Gear Driven

The average rating for this product is 4.5 out of 5 stars
2 reviews
Till soil, mix fertilizer, landscape and more with this 7 ft. rotary tiller. Built with a category 1 attachment, it connects to tractors with 3-point hitches. Overall this Tillovator has 66 tines for tilling, and is powered by an all gear driven rotor drive.
Due to the size and/or weight of this product, it must be shipped via Motor Freight Truck only. Someone must be present for delivery.
Product Overview

Cultivate large plots of land with this 3-point rotary tiller. With a working width of 7 feet, this tiller is operable at a horsepower range of 45 to 60, with a maximum RPM of 540. It connects to category 1 hitches, and transfers power through a PTO shaft measuring 22 inches in length. Other features include a gearbox with slip clutch protection, and a rotor drive that is controlled by a rotor drive system. This rotary tiller has 66 rotating tines across 11 flanges that work to cut through, dig, and turn, the soil during the field preparation process. All nuts and bolts to secure the tines are included.


  • Tillovator
  • Working width: 7 ft.
  • Horsepower: 45-60
  • Maximum RPM: 540
  • 775 lbs.
  • Category 1 hitch
  • 22 In. PTO shaft
  • PTO Category: 4
  • Rotor drive: All gear driven
  • Gear box protection: Slip clutch
  • Flanges: 11
  • Tines per flange: 6
  • 66 tines in total
  • Hardware included

Replacement Parts

We also carry a variety of other tillovator sizes, as well as King Kutter and Caroni brands.

Product Review Summary
Based on 2 reviews
The average rating for this product is 4.5 out of 5 stars
Overall Rating: 4.5/5.0
Customer Reviews
May 03, 2019
This shopper rated the product 4 out of 5 stars

works very well, especially behind a tractor with low range a creep capabilities! (Montana 5740c) this would have been a 5 star instead of 4 but this attachment has a fixed pin style hook up rather than a clevis style. works great and in sandy soil it is definitely 1 and done!

Jerel from VA
June 20, 2016
You can sell your disc harrow.
This shopper rated the product 5 out of 5 stars

Mean and aggressive. Love it, makes me want to til the world. Blades seem to be wearing very well co soldering my rocky soil. No glitches. Keeping it well greaser and with gear oil. I've got s Ford 4000 1973 model and it seems perfectly matched. A 3000 would work but be sloooooe going. A 5000 might let yu give the tiller a bit more than it should be taking. I run the 9 shank spring chisel through first with a few passes deep. Then two passes with the tiller and it's like fluffy snow. Beds like a dream after. It's seems well designed and beefy enough.

Sell market vegetables from NC