Earthquake introduces two mini-cultivators

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Earthquake unveiled at GIE+EXPO on Wednesday two new models of mini-cultivators for rural, residential and light commercial landscaping jobs.

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The MAC is the lightest cultivator in Earthquake’s line and is designed for tight garden spaces. It features a front bumper to protect the engine from obstacles. The MC33 features a Viper 33cc engine with an adjustable wheel set.

The MAC and the MC33 join Earthquake’s MC43, a 43cc engine cultivator capable of digging in various types of soil in different conditions. All three models are capable of weeding, mulching, working in fertilizer and aerating.

“When it comes to outdoor power equipment, users want to get their work done with real tools that deliver real value,” Kirk Hyatt, manufacturing engineering manager for Earthquake, said in a statement. “The MC43, MC33 and MAC cultivators deliver value with the ease of use, reliability, durability, and affordability that users have come to expect from Earthquake since 1960.”

Earthquake is the lawn and garden division of Ardisam Inc., a manufacturer of various outdoor products. The company offers a five-year limited warranty on the cultivators.

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This article was originally published by Colorado Patio & Landscape. 

Danielle Andrus

Danielle Andrus was previously the managing editor for Colorado Builder, and is currently Editor for the Journal of Financial Planning.

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