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Cub Cadet RT 35 16 in. Counter-Rotating Rear-Tine Tiller

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The powerful 208CC engine and 16 in. counter-rotating rear-tines make this Cadet RT 35 Tiller ideal for establishing new gardens and working existing beds.

  • 208cc Cub Cadet OHV 4-cycle gas engine
  • 3 year limited warranty

Specification Description
Brand: Cub Cadet
Power Type: Gas
CARB Compliant: Yes
Engine Rating: 205 cc
Engine Type: Cub Cadet
Fuel Capacity: 0.5 gal.
Till Width: 16 in.
Tilling Depth: 7 in.
Tire Diameter: 11 in.
Warranty: 3-Year Limited
Product Type: Tillers
Manufacturer Part Number 21A-62M8709
Cub Cadet RT 35 16 in. Counter-Rotating Rear-Tine Tiller is rated 2.6 out of 5 by 22.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Regrettable purchase I bought this tiller from Tractor Supply in April of 2017. After getting it home, I noticed that one of the tires wouldn’t stay inflated. I returned the tire to Tractor Supply and was given a replacement from a returned tiller. I used the tiller to turn over my garden. The total run time for my work was around an hour. I had used gasoline treated with “StaBil” (as I do in all of my other machines) so I left what fuel was left in the tiller and put it in the shed. This spring, I couldn’t get the tiller to even try to run. I was advised by to only use “TruFuel”. I was told that the carb was probably all gunked up (after 1 hour of use and storage) and I should take it to an authorized repair shop. They confirmed that that the carb needed an overhaul and I was charged for that service (fuel issues are not covered by warranty — reasonable.). This was done on May 30th. I filled the tank with TruFuel and tilled my garden. I took my tiller out a couple weeks ago, and AGAIN it wouldn’t start. I took it back to the authorized repair facility where it is now, and I was told it probably need another carb overhaul even though they just did one 2 1/2 months ago. The told me that gas starts to deteriorate after 30 days. I have never had “gasoline issues” with any other of my machines. I have never had to “baby” a machine like this tiller and its carbeurator. If I could return this tiller after only 2 hours use!!) I would. I’m starting to think I wasted my money on a product that I had hoped I could trust. Also, the tires still don’t retain their pressure, and the valve to reinflate is unstable.
Date published: 2018-09-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome machine I bought this tiller a month ago and have already tilled the whole garden and some new ground. The selection of the various Reverse, Forward, Till is good and when you let go of the hand bar to disengage it simple stops. This has allowed my wife to use also.
Date published: 2018-08-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Another shredded tire! Buyer beware Just another review of the valve stem shredding on the first use with this tiller. I've got nothing against Cub Cadet, but if your looking for a tiller, I'd look elsewhere.
Date published: 2018-08-01
Rated 3 out of 5 by from runs great but I purchased at the local tsc last unit display runs great made quick work of my 25 x 25 garden . one issue was the tilling depth adjustment handle is frozen in the highest depth setting you must tap the bottom of the arm to change the tilling depth. the second problem is the next time I used it the tire was flat, the stem hole looks distrorted
Date published: 2018-06-17
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A year ago under this Q&A, you reply that it is self-propelled and then 2 months ago you state it is not self-propelled. We bought it thinking it was self-propelled today and it is horrible to get it to the end of the row. Thinking we should take it back.

Asked by: NE24
The Cub Cadet RT-35 Tiller is a self propelled machine with one forward gear. It does however have the option to disconnect and re-connect the drive as needed. In your Operator's Manual on page 7 it explains this and how to connect/disconnect the drive. Thanks for the question.
Answered by: CubCadet
Date published: 2018-06-22

how will this machine handle rocks?

Asked by: mrgm
Hello mrgm. For safety reasons, we recommend thoroughly inspecting the area where the Rear-Tine Tiller will be used and removing all stones, sticks, wire and other foreign objects before tilling. Thank you for your question.
Answered by: CubCadet
Date published: 2017-07-04

when needed to go backwards is there a reverse on this product or are you pulling the entire 185# through the loose dirt?  THX     Larry

Asked by: carry
Hello. Unfortunately, this machine doesn't have a reverse feature. Thank you for your question.
Answered by: CubCadet
Date published: 2017-05-23

Who makes the engine?

Asked by: Geefer
Hello Geefer. The Cub Cadet RT 35 16 in. Counter-Rotating Rear-Tine Tiller has a 208cc Cub Cadet OHV 4-cycle gas engine. The engine is directly manufactured by Cub Cadet. Thank you for your question.
Answered by: CubCadet
Date published: 2018-03-17

Can you reverse the tine rotation? I think counter rotation does a poor job tilling

Asked by: Pole1
Hello - The Cub Cadet RT35 is a counter rotating tiller only. Thank you for your question.
Answered by: CubCadet
Date published: 2017-07-04

Purchased yesterday; seems only way to move it from garage to work area is to start engine, which engages the tines; if we don't want to engage them, but want to move it, we have to pull wheel click pins each time & adjust the wheels; is this correct?

Asked by: Cynthy
Hello Cynthy. On the Cub Cadet RT 35 16 in. Counter-Rotating Rear-Tine Tiller, you can put the tines in "transport setting" by pulling back on the depth adjustment bracket and then push down until the bracket reaches the highest notch. When you reach your destination after transporting, you can then release the bracket. Thank you for your question.
Answered by: CubCadet
Date published: 2018-03-17

Self propelled?

Asked by: Caitlyn0124
Hello - Yes, the Cub Cadet RT-35 Tiller is Self-Propelled. Thank you for your question.
Answered by: CubCadet
Date published: 2018-03-17

Does this come with a rear plow to lay off rows.

Asked by: Loon
This does not come with a rear plow.
Answered by: Samantha C
Date published: 2017-04-12
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