Produced in Italy for over 50 years, BCS ranks as one of the world's best selling tillers. BCS tillers have up to 4 forward and 3 reverse speeds. All models are direct-gear driven and offer the best power transfer in the industry. Other tillers use high maintenance, inefficient belts or chains, instead of precision high quality steel gears, to transfer power from engine to tines. BCS tillers also have an automotive-style clutch joined directly to the crankshaft.
In addition to the obvious benefits for power transfer, this clutch design positions the engine so that the tiller's center of gravity is placed low for maximum maneuverability and the least wear and tear on the operator. High quality engines are used throughout the BCS line. They have solid state ignitions, extra-heavy flywheels and are certified for California emission standards. BCS tillers have lock pin adjustment of tiller depth up to 8". They have rear tines (widths from 18"-30") for even digging and reduced vibration. Tines rotate up to 290 rpms, or up to 50% faster than other brands for softer, finer soil.
BCS tillers have adjustable handles allowing 180° swing and BCS's power take-off (PTO) can be controlled independently of the wheel speed. The tilling unit detaches easily so you can use your tractor for dozing, mowing, cutting, chipping, shredding or throwing snow. BCS offers many attachments for all these tasks (see chart next page); it has the widest selection of PTO attachments in the industry. BCS tillers come with a full 3 year warranty on parts and labor and a lifetime warranty on the transmission (excluding the clutch assembly). All engines, however, are warrantied separately by their manufacturers (Briggs & Stratton or Honda). BCS has a nationwide service network and parts warehouses in California and Oregon. Tillers are delivered via truck, set-up, serviced and ready to run. Delivery is extra, expect to pay about $50-$100 within most of California. Out-of-state customers, please call us for a freight quote.
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