Category: Garden Handtools

Tow Behind Tiller

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The Tow Behind Tiller is a work tool designed for workers with back, arm, neck, hand, and strength disabilities, to help them till gardens or small fields without walking on rough ground, lifting the tiller to turn at corners or suffer from the vibrations of the handles on a walk-behind tiller. A Tow Behind Tiller has its own power supply so it can be hitched to an ATV or garden tractor to till gardens. Includes 6 tines, Briggs & Stratton engine, forward rotation tiller, and spring loaded hitch to reduce stress. There is no sleeve or three-point hitch necessary. The 6 heavy-duty double edged, 11-inch diameter tines make quick work of tough and compacted soil. Tines adjust from 1 1/2 inches to 5 1/2 inches in height.

This can be used by individuals with common conditions such as: arm amputation, back pain, hand injury, total hip replacement, total knee replacement, leg amputation, lower extremity impairments, mobility impairment, multiple sclerosis (MS), muscular dystrophy, neuropathy, paraplegia, shoulder replacement, stroke, degenerative joint disease.

Technical Specifications: 

Shipping Weight 249.0 pounds.

Working Width: 36 inches.

Displacement: 206 cubic centimeters.

Overall Width: 38 1/4 inches.

Materials: Tine Type: 7 gauge steel.

Height Range: 1 1/2 inches – 5 1/2 inches.

Tire Size: 15 inches x 6 inches.


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Disability Work Tools
Disability Work Tools he mission of Disability Work Tools (DWT) is to make adaptive tools readily available so people can independently perform hands-on tasks in spite of injury, aging or disabling condition. We motivate active people to be productive by using tools that improve efficiency and minimize physical pain. We challenge people to use foresight, selecting the best tools for the job, so they can work longer and feel better.
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