Internet #206450486

Model # GC720

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Add-On 9 in. Garden Cultivator Attachment

  • Connects to most attachment-capable trimmers
  • Choose between 6 or 9 in. widths by removing the outer tines
  • Designed to turn soil in existing flower/garden beds
$ 92 40

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Product Overview

  • Connects to most attachment-capable trimmers
  • Choose between 6 or 9 in. widths by removing the outer tines
  • Designed to turn soil in existing flower/garden beds
The add-on TrimmerPlus GC720 garden cultivator can be used to turn soil at the beginning and end of each growing season, keeping the soil and nutrients fresh. This cultivator is easy to maneuver in small plots. This cultivator utilizes four steel tines to dig, tear through, and turn existing flower beds and vegetable gardens using a durable 40:1 gearbox that maintains power and torque to the tines. Steel tines have several variations on each tip designed to dig, tear and turn.
  • (4) 8-bladed steel tines
  • Premium 40:1 die-cast gearbox maintains power and torque
  • Poly guard keeps dirt, dust and debris away from operator
  • 2-year limited warranty
  • Model # 41BJGC-C902

Product Overview

  • Connects to most attachment-capable trimmers
  • Choose between 6 or 9 in. widths by removing the outer tines
  • Designed to turn soil in existing flower/garden beds
Model #: GC720
Internet #: 206450486

The add-on TrimmerPlus GC720 garden cultivator can be used to turn soil at the beginning and end of each growing season, keeping the soil and nutrients fresh. This cultivator is easy to maneuver in small plots. This cultivator utilizes four steel tines to dig, tear through, and turn existing flower beds and vegetable gardens using a durable 40:1 gearbox that maintains power and torque to the tines. Steel tines have several variations on each tip designed to dig, tear and turn.

  • (4) 8-bladed steel tines
  • Premium 40:1 die-cast gearbox maintains power and torque
  • Poly guard keeps dirt, dust and debris away from operator
  • 2-year limited warranty
  • Model # 41BJGC-C902

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
11
Product Height (in.)
31
Product Width (in.)
12.5
Tine Diameter (in.)
9

Details

Features
No Additional Features
Features
Telescoping
Fits Brands
Designed to fit most brands that accept Attachments
Number of tines
4
Refurbished
No
Returnable
180-Day
Trimmer Attachment Type
Tiller/Cultivator

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
2-Year Limited Warranty

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
11
Product Height (in.)
31
Product Width (in.)
12.5
Tine Diameter (in.)
9

Details

Features
No Additional Features
Features
Telescoping
Fits Brands
Designed to fit most brands that accept Attachments
Number of tines
4
Refurbished
No
Returnable
180-Day
Trimmer Attachment Type
Tiller/Cultivator

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
2-Year Limited Warranty

Questions & Answers

Will this work with Husqvarna 525LK?

Will this work with Husqvarna 525LK?
Asked by: musiclover
It won’t slise in unless I’m missing something, looks like I need an adapter. Both my weed eater and cultivator have same looking end. Male to male
Answered by: Musiclover
Date published: 2019-04-28

will this attachment work with a ryobi drive

will this attachment work with a ryobi drive
Asked by: tom
I'm using it with my 40 volt Ryobi and it works fine. I do have very sandy soil though so it doesn't have to work hard.
Answered by: SeattleGari
Date published: 2019-10-21

Will this fit on an Echo?

Asked by: RL
It will not work with the echo model # PAS-225SB. The attachment coupling on the echo is to small for the cultivating attachment.
Answered by: Gotit2workwa1indrillbit
Date published: 2019-07-01

Can you adjsut tine/cutting depth? I need 2-4"

Asked by: caseyssc
No. depth can not be set as an adjustment. I think the depth can be managed by how long you work and area and the angle of the shaft. I don't think mine goes much deeper than 4 inches anyway, unless I really work an area and rut the spot deeper before moving to next spot.
Answered by: JimW
Date published: 2019-05-21
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