Troy-Bilt Bronco AXIS (16") 208cc Vertical Tine Garden Tiller

Troy-Bilt Bronco AXIS (16") 208cc Vertical Tine Garden Tiller
Model: 21A-70M8766
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Product Description
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Stirring
Stirring
Yes
Breaking
Breaking
Hard SoilHard Soil
Engine
Tines
Rear Tine Tillers
Tine Rotation
Counter Rotation
Width / Depth
16 / 6.5


Product Video Disclaimer: "PED is not responsible for any variances from the product in this video and the item you purchase. Please review all product specs prior to purchase."

Features
Features
  • Newest Innovation In Garden Tilling
  • New tine design offers true one-pass tilling
  • Churn effortlessly & thoroughly through both new & existing beds
  • Unique design delivers virtually no bucking or jumping
  • Easily operate with just one hand from either side of the tiller
  • Ideal for nearly every tilling application
  • Troy-Bilt 208cc 4-Cycle OHV Engine
  • Provides torque needed to cultivate the most compact soil
  • Self-Propelled Drive System
  • 1 forward speed with power reverse (plus neutral)
  • Cast-iron gear case w/ bronze gears
  • Unique Counter-Spinning, Overlapping Vertical Tines
  • 1 clockwise, 1 counter-clockwise rotating vertical tine
  • 16-inch tilling width; 7-inch steel vertical tines
  • Tilling depth is adjustable up to 6.5"
  • 13-Inch Pneumatic Ag Tread Tires
  • Heavy treads provide better grip in cultivated and muddy soil
  • Adjustable side shield and depth bar
Specifications
Engine
Engine Brand
Troy-Bilt
Starting System
Recoil Start
Engine Cycle
4-Cycle
CC
208 CCs
Fuel Tank Size
0.5 Gallons
Engine Cylinders
1 Cylinder
Oil Filter
No
Tines
Tine Position
Rear
Tine Direction
Dual Rotation
Depth Adjustments
6 Postions
Tilling Width Min
16 Inches
Tilling Width Max
16 Inches
Tilling Depth Min
1 Inch
Tilling Depth Max
6.5 Inches
Drive
Transmission
Cast-Iron Gear Box
Forward Speeds
1 Forward
Reverse Speeds
1 Reverse
Accessories
Side Shield
Yes
Wheels
Front Tire Size
13 x 5 Inch
Overview
Made in USA
Yes
Weight
240 Pounds
Product Length
66.0 Inches
Product Width
19.0 Inches
Product Height
45.5 Inches
Consumer Warranty
2 Years
UPC
043033569991
Stirring
Stirring
Yes
Breaking
Breaking
Hard SoilHard Soil
Engine
Tines
Rear Tine Tillers
Tine Rotation
Counter Rotation
Width / Depth
16 / 6.5


Product Video Disclaimer: "PED is not responsible for any variances from the product in this video and the item you purchase. Please review all product specs prior to purchase."

Features
Features
  • Newest Innovation In Garden Tilling
  • New tine design offers true one-pass tilling
  • Churn effortlessly & thoroughly through both new & existing beds
  • Unique design delivers virtually no bucking or jumping
  • Easily operate with just one hand from either side of the tiller
  • Ideal for nearly every tilling application
  • Troy-Bilt 208cc 4-Cycle OHV Engine
  • Provides torque needed to cultivate the most compact soil
  • Self-Propelled Drive System
  • 1 forward speed with power reverse (plus neutral)
  • Cast-iron gear case w/ bronze gears
  • Unique Counter-Spinning, Overlapping Vertical Tines
  • 1 clockwise, 1 counter-clockwise rotating vertical tine
  • 16-inch tilling width; 7-inch steel vertical tines
  • Tilling depth is adjustable up to 6.5"
  • 13-Inch Pneumatic Ag Tread Tires
  • Heavy treads provide better grip in cultivated and muddy soil
  • Adjustable side shield and depth bar
Specifications
Engine
Engine Brand
Troy-Bilt
Starting System
Recoil Start
Engine Cycle
4-Cycle
CC
208 CCs
Fuel Tank Size
0.5 Gallons
Engine Cylinders
1 Cylinder
Oil Filter
No
Tines
Tine Position
Rear
Tine Direction
Dual Rotation
Depth Adjustments
6 Postions
Tilling Width Min
16 Inches
Tilling Width Max
16 Inches
Tilling Depth Min
1 Inch
Tilling Depth Max
6.5 Inches
Drive
Transmission
Cast-Iron Gear Box
Forward Speeds
1 Forward
Reverse Speeds
1 Reverse
Accessories
Side Shield
Yes
Wheels
Front Tire Size
13 x 5 Inch
Overview
Made in USA
Yes
Weight
240 Pounds
Product Length
66.0 Inches
Product Width
19.0 Inches
Product Height
45.5 Inches
Consumer Warranty
2 Years
UPC
043033569991
Product Specs
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Specifications
Engine
Engine Brand
Troy-Bilt
Starting System
Recoil Start
Engine Cycle
4-Cycle
CC
208 CCs
Fuel Tank Size
0.5 Gallons
Engine Cylinders
1 Cylinder
Oil Filter
No
Tines
Tine Position
Rear
Tine Direction
Dual Rotation
Depth Adjustments
6 Postions
Tilling Width Min
16 Inches
Tilling Width Max
16 Inches
Tilling Depth Min
1 Inch
Tilling Depth Max
6.5 Inches
Drive
Transmission
Cast-Iron Gear Box
Forward Speeds
1 Forward
Reverse Speeds
1 Reverse
Accessories
Side Shield
Yes
Wheels
Front Tire Size
13 x 5 Inch
Overview
Made in USA
Yes
Weight
240 Pounds
Product Length
66.0 Inches
Product Width
19.0 Inches
Product Height
45.5 Inches
Consumer Warranty
2 Years
UPC
043033569991
Reviews
(5)
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Troy-Bilt 21A-70M8766 Reviews & Ratings
Product Q&A
(3)
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what happens with the vertical tines when you hit a rock?
Gene Roll 
from Georgia 
September 24, 2015
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Answer
Gene,

You should remove as many rocks from the tilling area as you can before tilling. I was concerned about rocks lodging in the tines as well. I have not seen this and part of the reason is that the tines are spinning forward. As you walk behind the tiller the right tine spins clockwise and the left tine spins counter-clockwise. This helps throw rocks forward and out of the way.
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I am considering this Tiller & the Earthquake 5055C (16") 206cc Counter Rotating Rear Tine Tiller. I live in central Georgia with hard red clay for soil. They both have the cast iron sleeves around the engines, but there are some things I am looking for that I can't determine about either of these models. 1. Do they have pressurized oiling systems? 2. Do they have Crank shaft bearings. & 3. What material are the tines made out of? I am looking for forged steel, preferably. I appreciate your time in answering these questions.
Carla Mullis (Pending) 
from Georgia 
June 19, 2015
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Answer
Carla,

Earthquake:
1. Oiling system is not pressurized.
2. Crank shaft uses bushings, not bearings.
3. Tine material is cold-formed medium-carbon steel

Troy-Bilt:
1. Oil system is not pressurized
2. Crank shaft uses bearings
3. Tine material is standard steel
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Looking at buying a vertical tine tiller. What are the pros and cons of the vertical tine. I can not find any reviews on this tiller
Mark Smith 
from Iowa 
March 16, 2015
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Answer
Mark - the vertical tine technology is BRAND NEW to the market this year (2015). That's most likely why you aren't seeing any reviews yet. The big benefit of the vertical tine tillers is that they operate much more smoothly and with a lot less vibration than a traditional tiller does, so there's not near as much fatigue on the operator. The tines also seem to pulverize the soil more consistently with less "clumping". The one downside thus far seems to be that users don't feel you can till as fast as you can with a traditional tiller - the forward speed needs to be slower for the vertical tines to work most effectively.
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