How to start a husky tiller? It is relatively easy and straight-forward. Before you even think about turning your back on the garden plot, you must be sure that the tiller is fitted correctly and in working order. The very best Husqvarna tillers are very light weight and easy to operate. They are also quite robust and if they break down you can just get another.
The first thing to do is go out and get yourself a Husqvarna spade. The spade is what will be used to dig up the garden plot in which the tiller will be fitted. There should be spare spades at each of the garden sheds and this is when you will find the first Husqvarna spade for sale in the classifieds or from a neighbour who likes to save money. It does not matter what the price of the spade you end up buying it at quality Husqvarna is a fantastic investment. It is important that you get a good quality Husqvarna tiller as there are many imitations but none are as good as the original.
Once you have got yourself a spade take it for a test run. Put it on the ground beside the vegetable patch and get some Husqvarna tiller parts for it to start with. Do not switch on the spade yet otherwise you could damage it, which is not something that you would want to happen. Let the spade run for a few minutes then turn it on.
Put a kettle on the ground next to the tiller and place a plate on it and place a bucket underneath it. Turn the spade off and open up the valve for water to flow into the kettle. When the water comes out turn it off and remove the plate and bucket. This is how to start a husky tiller.
Place the spade onto the ground and fill up a kettle with cold water. Place a plate over it and place a bucket underneath it. Turn the spade off and open up the valve for the water to drain. Wait for 10 minutes. When done go back to your tiller and lift it up onto the ground and place it back on the spade.
Get a shovel and place it on the ground next to the husky. Turn the shovel on and stand on it. Put all weight on the husky onto the shovel and begin digging. If you hear a metallic noise when digging place a bucket beneath it and check the other part of the ground for any rocks or gravel.
Build a foundation by digging around the husky. After digging cover the area with some soil. It is important to have good drainage so that excess water runs away from the husky tiller. After the area is excavated remove all rocks and gravel covering the soil and place it in a pan.
Fill the pan with sand and place the husky over it. Put the spade over the husky. Run a garden hose over the husky while it is still sitting on the ground. The water will run out of the spade down to the ground and wash away any sediment that may be on the ground. Start the grass seeds and seedlings through the hose, keeping the water flowing until the seedlings are fully developed.
Make sure the husky is level. If it’s not level you can knock it over or dig a few holes to level it. Once the grass is on the ground, you can water it. If you have weeds in the grass cut them as they can grow to be very large and get in the waterlines of your husky.
Set the spade into the grass on top of the soil. Turn it over every few weeks to make sure the soil is not getting too compacted. If need be you can turn the tiller over or move it to another section of the lawn. Water the grass each day and as the grass grows the soil will contract and allow the husky to work properly.
If you need to you can learn how to start a husky tractor machine yourself. There are many websites that offer step by step instructions for building your own husky tractor. They include videos and lists of parts. It’s a good idea to search around and look at other farmers who have built their own husky tractors before you make your own.