Earthquake 20015 Versa Front Tine Tiller Cultivator with 99cc 4-Cycle Viper Engine, 5 Year Warranty
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- VERSATILE - Tool-less removal of outer tines and shields quickly turns Versa from a tiller into a cultivator
- EASY-TO-USE - Easy maneuverability - Light enough to turn on a dime with effortless control
- STABILITY - Lowest center of gravity available in any front tine tiller for ground-hugging stability
- CONVENIENT AND QUIET - Smooth pull recoil for an easy start
- WARRANTY - 5-Year Limited
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From the manufacturer
Strong engine options for class-leading performance.
Ability to fit in tight corners and rows with ease.
Easy to operate with reliably balanced designs.
|Engine Type||Viper 4-Cycle||Kohler 4-Cycle||Viper 4-Cycle|
|Engine Torque||3.32 ft-lb||6.75 ft-lb||8.85 ft-lb|
|Tilling Width||Adjustable: 11", 16" or 21"||Adjustable: 11", 16" or 21"||16"|
|Warranty||5-Year Limited||Limited: 5-Year Product, 2-Year Engine||5-Year Limited|
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The Earthquake Versa front tine Tiller is two garden tools in one! As a cultivator, versa can Weed, mulch & aerate soil. As a tiller, the high-performance 99cc Viper engine & design delivers the right amount of power to turn all kinds of soil. Prepare wide open spaces of land in the spring, maintain rows in the summer & do major cleanup in the fall.
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Drawbacks, changing the oil, at lease draining the old looks very messy as it will run down the left side flange area, but I'll deal with that. If this thing lasts 8 years I will be extremely happy. The weight is good, these need to be heavy to cut in, but if you know how to let the machine do the work for you, it is pretty easy to use. yep I recommend this.
Amazing, great value for Money. We had a lot of roots in a newly cleared area for a vegetable patch. It's got plenty of power - yes it nearly ripped my arms from my body as it tore the roots out of the ground, and yes as expected some of them did get wrapped around the tines. However, what would've taken a day to prepare a 20ft by 80ft hard packed grassed area was completed in a couple of hours over 2 days (rest break / allowed some moisture to sink in) - this has become a corn patch. As for our existing vegetable garden, it dug down deep and mixed in last years compost, decomposed roots, chicken poop etc.. very nicely. Typically a days work to turn and dig in was a couple of hours, over two days, after watering a little and allowing it to settle.
The ground is so light and fluffy, rich in nutrients ( pitch black ) the vegetables and very happy and weeding is a breeze. No longer digging out roots for packed dirt!
Removed the outer two rotors for 'weeding' between rows, had to back-off the gas as to not not 'eat everything' - very quick exercise, worked wonders so not as much round-up needed this year.
HINT: when starting off a fresh area, let the Tiller DIG-DOWN a few in inches by holding it in place, this will lighten the stress on your arms with it running away on hard packed dirt. Let it move along at it's own pace, WARNING hold tight if there are roots it will bounce and throw dirt, keep everyone far away. NOTE: keep clogged grass and roots off the rotors, you can tell if its blocking up by listening to the engine working harder, turn-off, tip it back and pull out anything that is wrapped around anything (look close to where the rotors are connected together)
I assembled it in the morning time (im an old geezer) just fine. I would have given EarthQuake a 3 or a 4 rating but since they resolved my issues and after filling it with motor oil and topping it with petrol I pull of the chord and it started on the first pull.!!! Amazing. As far as the tine bolts I was wondering about them sheering. read one review said they did . But if it happens to me; will be an easy fix Ill just get case hardened bolts. That should do the trick. Keep in mind it hadnt happened to me yet. This is a nice light to medium tiller/cultivator. TO use it to break hardened ground the first time would be a mistake. It is well balanced so wont lean over when turning. This hummer is well built and I expect it to last well beyond the warranty. To earthquake and versa folks good job guys
It assembled quickly and easily and was running within an hour of unpacking. And when it bit into the dirt - this little till-monster just took off! No slowing it down, no bogging it down. It tore through some serious briar roots and hard packed soil with ease. I was really worried about the rocks, but every time I'd hit one buried in the ground, this little till-monster merely bounced up in the air and then over it, letting me know to dig out another one!
People thought I was nuts having a gas powered item delivered instead of buying it in a store. But it was delivered in the exact spot I assembled it so I handled the big box only once to open it - nothing else. As I said, easy and quick to assemble - it even comes with the engine oil! It started on the 3rd or 4th pull and there was no looking back!
I love this thing!! My new favorite toy (well, besides my chainsaw!)