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Earthquake Vector (21") 98cc Front Tine Tiller

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Earthquake Power Equipment and AccessoriesModel: 26750
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Stirring
Stirring
Yes
Breaking
Breaking
Soft Soil OnlySoft Soil
Engine
Tines
Front Tine Tillers
Tine Rotation
Forward Rotation
Width / Depth
21 / 11"


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98cc Viper 4-Cycle Engine
Provides 213 RPM maximum tine speed

Durable Cast Aluminum Gear Drive Transmission
Handle bar mounted throttle control

3-Way Adjustable Tilling Width
Adjusts easily from 11" to 16" to 21" tilling width
11-inch tilling depth
Depth control with drag stake


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Engine
Engine Brand
Viper
Starting System
Recoil Start
Engine Cycle
4-Cycle
CC
98 CCs
Fuel Tank Size
0.3 Gallons
Engine Cylinders
1 Cylinder
Oil Filter
No
Tines
Tine Position
Front
Tine Direction
Forward Rotation
Tine Diameter
11 Inches
Depth Adjustments
4 Postions
Tine RPM
213
Tilling Width Min
11 Inches
Tilling Width Max
21 Inches
Tilling Depth Min
11 Inches
Tilling Depth Max
11 Inches
Drive
Transmission
Gear
Forward Speeds
1 Forward
Accessories
Side Shield
No
Wheels
Front Tire Size
8 Inch
Overview
Made in USA
No
Weight
90 Pounds
Consumer Warranty
1 Year
UPC
012642010989
Model
26750
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Q: What king of grease is in the gear box between the tines
by Lee from South Dakota on May 13, 2015

A: Lee,

Earthquake uses a zero weight moly grease in their transmissions. Corn head grease may also be used but moly is usually easier to find. Just make sure it's zero weight.
by Robert, Product Expert

Q: Do you know if there is a dethatcher attachment for the Earthquake Vector?
by Richard Burbage from Virginia on April 02, 2013

A: Richard - Sorry, but there is no dethatcher attachment available for the Earthquake Vector
by Robert, Product Expert

Q: what is the horsepower rating on the earthquate vector 98cc tiller?
by Jim Burt from Tennessee on February 11, 2013

A: Jim - there is no true conversion from cc's to HP, but a 98cc engine is roughly equal to 3 or 3.5HP.
by Robert, Product Expert

Earthquake 26750 Reviews & Ratings
Overall Rating
Features
3/5
Quality
3/5
Performance
3/5
Value
3/5
Overall
3.1 out of 53.1 out of 53.1 out of 53.1 out of 53.1 out of 5
Pros
Price (2)
Light Weight (1)
Easy To Use (1)
Features (1)
Cons
Unreliable (1)
Difficult To Use (1)
Low Quality (1)
Durability (1)
25% of respondents would recommend this product to a friend
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Leif Ringstad
Director Of Sales
From The Manufacturer
Vector Tiller--easiest Tiller I've Ever Used
The Vector is a super light, easy to handle front tine tiller with enough power to break sod.

The low center of gravity gives the tiller superior in-row stability allowing you to get closer to your plants without losing control and accidentally damaging them.

The outer tine shields are removable, along with the outer tine-gangs which means that once you have the garden tilled in the spring, you can easily turn the 21 inch tiller into the most powerful mini-cultivator on the market.
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Alan B.
Tollesboro, KY
Total Reviews
2 Reviews
REVIEWED
AUG.
30
2016
4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5
Great Tiller, Motoe Is Too Small
I bought this tiller from TSC about a week ago and have used it several times. I only use it in already worked up ground and it worked fine. It really did a god job especially the second time around. It's not made for breaking ground. This tiller would be great if at least 50 cc's were added to the motor. Still a great machine if used in already worked ground. It's all I need.
Alan Recommends This Earthquake Product
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Kit J.
Moses Lake, WA
Total Helpful Votes
21 Helpful Votes
REVIEWED
OCT.
12
2013
3 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 5
Buyer Beware ...
The Earthquake company promotes this tiller as powerful enough to "break ground" but when you call about a warranted issue and you tell them your were breaking ground they will tell you the machine is not intended to break ground and that voids the warranty. So buyer beware.... product pretty good ... company dishonest!
Pros: Features, Easy To Use, Price
Cons: Durability
Kit Does Not Recommend This Product
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Steve
Parker, CO
Total Helpful Votes
19 Helpful Votes
REVIEWED
MAY.
28
2013
1 out of 51 out of 51 out of 51 out of 51 out of 5
Tiller Didn't Have The Horse Power
I don't have a large garden, 30' X 15' so I was looking for a compact tiller. The ground had been tilled the year before so it was not new ground. I made sure the tiller had oil and I added gas. It started very easy on the first pull. I let it run for a few minutes and got to tilling.
I found that once the tiller dug down, it would start to bog down and often times would die. So I pulled it back to start it and the same thing would happen. I managed to get one length down the garden, turned... more
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190
Bill S.
Memphis, TN
Purchased from Power Equipment Direct
Purchased 3/19/13
Total Helpful Votes
14 Helpful Votes
REVIEWED
APR.
09
2013
4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5
So Far So Good
The depth drag stake is poorly designed. It has to be removed or raised so that after starting the tiller I can walk it from my storage shed to the garden.

Then it must be lowered and pinned at the desired depth at the garden. This is a problem if you are 75 years old and have arthritis.
My previous tiller had the stake attached with a bolt to the tiller where it would pivot forward at the bottom allowing me to set the depth and pull the bottom front of the stake up and secure with a... more
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143
L. A.
REVIEWED
MAY.
24
2014
2 out of 52 out of 52 out of 52 out of 52 out of 5
Quitter!
This tiller will quit in heavy (but previously tilled) soil and when it hits a root. And then it will NOT start again for any amount of pulling! I walked away and waited for it to cool down and tried again...still will not start. That is why I have time to write this. Maybe if I wait until it is completely cool...say an hour, I'll try again. This is the second time it has done this to me and it will be the last! Back to the store it goes. Save yourself the effort of buying, hauling, assembling... more
Pros: Price, Light Weight
Cons: Low Quality, Difficult To Use, Unreliable
L. Does Not Recommend This Product
Manufacturer Response
Brand Rep
L.,
We are sorry to hear that you have had a bad experience with our tiller.

The problem that you are describing sounds at first glance to be related to some debris in the carburetor float bowl. Sometimes when there is a little fleck of debris that makes it's way into the fuel tank, and then into the carburetor bowl, it can stick in the needle, causing the carburetor to be stuck in a "Rich" condition.

Please contact our customer service group at 1-800-345-6007 Monday-Friday between 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM Central time. We will be happy to help you with your problem, or to locate a service center to have the carburetor condition fixed.
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Gary S.
Lamesa, TX
Purchased from Power Equipment Direct
Purchased 5/1/15
REVIEWED
MAY.
24
2015
3 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 5
Tiller
The tiller will till the ground well but when it runs about 15 minutes it dies and is hard to start. About 12 pulls on the rope to get it started again.
Gary Does Not Recommend This Product
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