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Earthquake 24598 Reviews
Overall Rating
2.0 out of 52.0 out of 52.0 out of 52.0 out of 52.0 out of 5
Easy To Store (1)
Light Weight (1)
Quiet (1)
Durable (1)
Wheels to small (1)
Bad Instructions (1)
Unreliable (1)
Difficult To Use (1)
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Kazimierz B
Shelton, CT
Purchased from Tillers Direct
Purchased 4/28/17
Most Helpful Critical Review
2 out of 52 out of 52 out of 52 out of 52 out of 5
Just A Tiller
I did buy this "Earthquake Victory (16") 212cc Counter Rotating Rear Tine Tiller", with my hope that I'll be able to use it on my 610 sq. ft. garden, to furrow my potatoes... Finally I did that, repeating two times hard work…! My check-up of the manufacturer’s constructional solutions, I found improper set-up of the hiller device, on the back of this tiller machine (perpendicular position)… Also the hiller should be constructed with a sharp (or sharper) angle to the ground, for... more
Pros: Durable, Quiet, Light Weight, Easy To Store
Cons: Difficult To Use, Unreliable, Bad Instructions, Wheels to small
Kazimierz Does Not Recommend This Product
Manufacturer Response
Brand Rep
The Victory tiller is a CRT tiller. Hillers are best used with SRT designed tillers. This is standard through out the industry and here is why. CRT tillers are designed so that the tines rotate the opposite direction of the wheels. This is to assist with breaking new ground. As you till the tines act like a brake against the wheels. When the hiller furrower is attached to a CRT tiller it will act as if there is a second brake system and make it extremely difficult for the wheels to overcome both.

SRT tillers are tillers designed to have the tines and wheels drive the tiller forward and designed to pull the hiller. As of right now we do not offer a rear tine tiller that with a SRT design.

The design of the hiller has not changed since 2004. If the soil is building up between the tines and the hiller I would suggest removing the drag stake from the tiller when using the hiller.

I hope this was helpful.
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