Earthquake reintroduces its Victory Rear Tine Tiller

Earthquake, a manufacturer of outdoor power equipment for the rural, residential and light commercial markets, reintroduced its Victory Rear Tine Tiller.

The Victory delivers the power of larger tillers in a more compact and controllable size, according to the company. Additionally, new for 2019, the Victory is now available to distributors and retailers with a Kohler 196cc engine.

“The Victory is both innovative and proven,” said Noah Marach, project manager, Earthquake, the lawn and garden division of Ardisam. “With the optional Kohler engine, the Victory offers a great value in the rear tine rototiller category, which makes it a profitable addition to wholesalers’ and retailers’ product lineups.”

The machine has a full 16-inch tilling width and a tilling depth of up to 10 inches. The 196cc Kohler engine delivers power to the Victory’s rear-mounted, counter-rotating tines, Earthquake said.

The Victory also provides optimal weight distribution and balance, a low center of gravity and wide tire footprint for ground-hugging stability; nonpneumatic wheels that never go flat and give the Victory greater traction and flotation in tilled soil; and forged steel tines and a cast-iron transmission with bronze gears. The machine can also be operated with one hand, plus comes equipped with instant reverse for greater control even in tight spots.

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