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Earthquake 7055C (16") 205cc Forward Rotating Rear Tine Tiller

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Stirring
Stirring
Yes
Breaking
Breaking
Hard SoilHard Soil
Engine
Briggs and Stratton Engine
Tines
Rear Tine Tillers
Tine Rotation
Forward Rotation
Width / Depth
16" / 10"
205cc Briggs & Stratton 4-Cycle Engine
8.5 ft-lbs gross torque
Excellent for heavy soils and breaking sod

Cast Iron Transmission
Provides greater durability
Added weight from transmission delivers better handling

16" Tilling Width w/ 10" Tilling Depth
Allows you to cover more area in less time

Standard Forward Rotating Tines (SRT)
Glide through sod with amazing power and control
No problem getting through that tough, untilled soil

Isovibe Adjustable Drag Stake Technology
Automatically maintains optimal digging level
Eliminates porpoising and dragging effects
Maintains level digging performance in any soil

13" x 5" Tires w/ Forward & Reverse Directional Control
Designed for greater maneuverability

Heavy-Duty Steel Bumper Guard
Triangular-shape delivers the highest level of protection


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Model
  Model Number:7055C
 UPC:012642705533
 ManufacturerEarthquake
 Made in USANo
Engine
 Engine BrandBriggs & Stratton
 Starting SystemRecoil Start
 HP/CC205 cc
 Torque8.5 ft-lbs Net Torque
 Cycles4-Cycle
 Cylinders1 Cylinder
 Oil FilterNo
 Consumer Warranty2 Years
Drive
 TransmissionGear
 Speeds1 Forward/1 Reverse
Wheels
 Tire Size13 x 5
Tines
 TinesRear
 Tine DirectionForward Rotation
 Tine Diameter11 Inch
 Depth Adjustments8 Postions
 Tine RPM178 RPM
 Tilling Width16 inches
 Tilling Depth6.5 inches - 10 inches
Accessories
 Side ShieldNo
Overview
 Weight156.0 Lbs. (70.76 kilograms)
 Consumer Warranty1 Year
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Earthquake 7055C Reviews & Ratings
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Robert
Williamsport, MD
Total Helpful Votes
23 Helpful Votes
REVIEWED
MAR.
19
2012
5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
Earthquake Great Tiller
The guy that said earthquake tillers wore him out and bounced him about doesn't know how to use it. I have one and I love it. I've used it for five years before replacing the belt. My garden is 2,000 sq.ft. I till it twice a season. I till between the rows several times a season. I think for the price its one awesome tiller if it has forward rotating tines.

On the other hand, if it had counter rotating tines that may have been the problem for him. Tillers with counter rotating tines... more
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David
Minnetonka, MN
Total Helpful Votes
16 Helpful Votes
REVIEWED
MAR.
17
2012
5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
It Works, I Don't
I have had a front tine tiller and tilled a half an acre with it. It was hard to start with, you have to learn how to till. The thing that looks like a "plow" is a anchor, and it is how you control it. I think the guy that got shook apart never learned the finer points of tilling, because with this rear tine model it really was a piece of cake. Starts easy, and works like a bull so you don't have to.
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Greg
Pittsville, WI
REVIEWED
MAY.
26
2011
2 out of 52 out of 52 out of 52 out of 52 out of 5
Earthquake Rototiller Model 7055
I bought this tiller about 4-5 years ago. It was made in Wisconsin so I thought that I would buy a local product. My other choice was a Troy Bilt. The added cost for the Troy Bilt was around $500.00. The first year that I had it I burned off 2 belts. Being a little upset I called the company and they told me to check the alignment of the pulleys. It was off by 1/2 inch - my expense. My soil is loamy, mostly clay and some dirt. Would not till the soil bounced around the ground like being... more
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