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[TSC Stores] EARTHQUAKE 43CC 2 CYCLE MINI CULTIVATOR / Tiller 199.99

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[OP]
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Dec 14, 2018
10 posts
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[TSC Stores] EARTHQUAKE 43CC 2 CYCLE MINI CULTIVATOR / Tiller 199.99

ImageJust picked this up yesterday in Bowmanville Online stock said 2 but they actually had 3.

https://www.tscstores.com/EARTHQUAKE-MI ... 51245.aspx

Cool tool less feature to add de-thatcher kit or edger kit. Good warranty also with option for extended replacement warranty for $39

"MC43™ Cultivator & lightweight Weeding Tool with 43cc 2-Cycle Viper® Engine
With a 43cc Viper® engine the Earthquake® MC43™ cultivator
can weed, work-in fertilizer, or aerate soil. Its small size
and light weight not only make it easy to transport, but it also enhances maneuverability around plants without
damaging them. Use with optional Edger accessory to
maintain clean borders and edges, and dethatcher kit for
healthy lawns (sold separately).

VERSATILE - Weeding, mixing and aerating.
CONVENIENT - On-board wheels adjust for transport
and depth control.
CONTROL - Overhand control reduces bouncing and
jumping allowing you to remove your weeds, not your plants.
POWERFUL - Largest, most powerful engine in its class.
Engine Brand: Viper
Engine Size: 43cc, 2 cycle
Engine Rating: 1.6ft-lb max torque
Tilling Width: 6in
Tilling Depth: 8in
Tine Rotation: SRT
Tine Speed: 250 rpm
Wheel Size: 7in
Weight: 33lbs
Warranty: 2yr Engine, 5yr tiller

Good reviews on Youtube, 2 Cycle is better than 4 Cycle for tillers unless you go to a big gas engine.

Could not find any Canadian retailers for price comparison. Amazon.ca was selling for 303.00 but no longer shows any today.

TSC in the USA has it for 199.99 as well : https://www.tractorsupply.com/tsc/produ ... per-engine

Walmart USA showing $435.15 https://www.walmart.com/ip/Earthquake-M ... /343370657

Home Depot USA $208.36 https://www.homedepot.com/p/Earthquake- ... /205429083
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Jr. Member
Dec 1, 2018
115 posts
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I bought last year for 199. It goes on sale for 199 every couple of weeks. Decent cultivator. No problem with wet heavy clay as long as you break the ground with a shovel for the first time.
[OP]
Newbie
Dec 14, 2018
10 posts
3 upvotes
Dirt was chunky but tilled to a fine mixture like you get from a bag. I bounced on 2 stones but no damage to the tines. I agree that sod should be shoveled first. I did manage to spin some fine roots around the tines which i cut out with a pocket knife.

Only drawback would be the tiller wants to take off, on high throttle and bounce around so a firm two handed grip or just reduce throttle.

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