Powermate 10 in. 43 cc 2-Cycle Gas Cultivator-PCV43 at The Home Depot
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Model # PCV43

Internet # 202674371

Store SKU # 887567

10 in. 43 cc 2-Cycle Gas Cultivator


Powermate 10 in. 43 cc 2-Cycle Gas Cultivator
 

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$199.00 / each
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Model # PCV43

Internet # 202674371

Store SKU # 887567

Perfectly prep your soil with the Powermate Cultivator! The Powermate 10 in. 43 cc Gas 2-Cycle Cultivator is designed to help you accomplish a variety of cultivation and tilling tasks around your home and property. It is built for dependable, trouble free performance and is backed by an extensive service network to keep the cultivator running strong for years to come. The adjustable tilling widths of 6-10 inches and up to 5 in. tilling depth make easy work of weeding and aerating soil. Equipped with 7 in. rear wheels, this cultivator is easy to maneuver around lawns and gardens. The comfortable design allows you to work until the job is done. A three-piece foldable handle allows for convenient storage and a front carry handle provides maximum portability.

  • 43 cc engine delivers powerful operation
  • Four 8 in. diameter tines provide strong tilling performance
  • Maximum tilling width of 10 in. helps provide good coverage
  • Maximum tilling depth of 5 in.
  • 7 in. diameter wheels for maneuverability
  • Folding handle design helps offer compact storage
  • Manual start 2-cycle engine
  • Fuel mixture of 40:1 gas oil mix
  • 1.75 gal. fuel tank capacity helps ensure you have a good amount of fuel on hand
  • Assembly required

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SPECIFICATIONS

Adjustable Forward Speed  No  Adjustable Handle  No 
Assembled Depth (in.)  22 in  Assembled Height (in.)  20 in 
Assembled Width (in.)  12 in  Assembly Required  Yes 
CA (CARB) Compliant  CARB Compliant  Certifications and Listings  No Certifications or Listings 
Commercial  No  Engine Displacement (cc)  43 
Engine Make  Other  Engine Make  OEM Branded 
Engine Type  2 Cycle  Foldable handle  Yes 
Fuel tank capacity (gallons)  1.75  Manufacturer Warranty  2 year limited 
Maximum Till Depth (in.)  Maximum Till Width (in.)  10 
Number of tines  Oil capacity (oz.) 
Product Depth (in.)  22  Product Height (in.)  20 
Product Weight (lb.)  33 lb  Product Width (in.)  12 in 
Recommended Oil type  2-cycle oil that meets or exceeds JASO-FC spec  Reconditioned  No 
Returnable  30-Day  Reverse  No 
Start Type  Pull Cord  Tine length (in.)  10 
Wheel Diameter (in.)  7 in  Wheel Width (in.)  1.5 in 

CUSTOMER REVIEWS

Rated 3.1 out of 5 by 122 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by A gardener’s best friend. Time saving, back saving machine. This cultivator comes mostly assembled in the box, requiring only attachment of the handles using the 4 provided bolts and 4 spinner knobs. No tools are necessary for assembly, which I completed in about 5 minutes at a relaxed pace. Metal retaining clips integrated into the (right) handle bar keep the cable for the throttle finger control neat and out of the way. The debris shield, tines, handle bars and lower parts that’ll contact the Earth are made of metal, but the choke controls and shields for the controls are plastic and have sort of a flimsy, cheap feel about them. The 2-cycle engine requires a 50:1 mixture of gas and oil. A 2.6 oz. bottle of 2-cycle oil is included. The gas tank holds about a quart of gas, which isn’t a lot, but is enough fuel to provide continuous run time for a small garden, depending on how hard you work the machine. The handle bar grips are soft and reduce teeth chatting vibration, however I’d still recommend wearing a pair of gloves and taking frequent breaks to allow the feeling to come back into your hands. A half-dozen pumps of the primer button and several pulls to get started for the first time. The machine is light, so you need to hold the bottom bar when you pull the cord to keep the machine from rising off the ground. Noise level is comparable to that of a gas powered chainsaw, which is tolerable and allows you to hear loud speaking, but I’d recommend ear plugs. The debris shield completely covers the tines and protects ankles and shins against kickback of flying rocks and debris while keeping the soil on the ground. Being a forward rotating, front-tine tiller, I found the handling a bit unruly and laborious when breaking new ground or ground that hadn’t been cultivated for a number of years. I had a difficult time trying to maintain a straight line in new ground, but the handling was much tamer and controllable in loose soil that’d be recently cultivated. That said, under the right soil conditions, this cultivator shines and is a workhorse. It quickly loosened the soil in a 10 x 6 vegetable garden that had been abandoned and taken over by grass and clover weeds. I then prepared a narrow area of new ground for a planned expansion of a paver patio area by loosening packed soil that otherwise, with a shovel, would have been back breaking and very time consuming. I was working in soil damped by recent rainfall and the tines occasionally got mudded, but they kept spinning and cleaned easily with a garden hose. A nice feature of this cultivator is the adjustable tine width, which allows you to adjust the tines to maneuver in between and around plants without damaging them. To reduce the width of cut, you simply remove the cotter pins on the outer tines and slide the tines off the axle. The included instructions are helpful and detailed with a number of photo illustrations, but the illustrations aren’t entirely accurate. The section of instructions that describes the handlebar assembly depicts a red ignition switch on the handlebar, but the switch on my cultivator is actually on rear of the motor. Being that this is my first experience using a cultivator, I’m very satisfied with its performance, which I’d say meets my expectation for a machine of this size. As I get up in years, I’m looking for ways to save time and my back from the aches and pains associated with laboring in the garden. This cultivator addresses both of those issues, and is relatively easy to use, provided you let the machine do the work and resist the urge to muscle it to dig deeper or faster than it wants to. While the metal parts appear durable, my concern is the plastic parts will prematurely fail, especially the primer bulb which is stiff and more plastic-like than rubber, and the plastic choke lever. The handles fold for storage, but at 33 lbs, this cultivator is small enough and light enough to hang from the rafters in my garage where it takes up no valuable floor space. May 1, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Feed it well and it will serve you well Out of the box, 2 minute assembly. Just connect the middle and top handle with provided four bolts. Pour the gas (mixed with provided oil) and you are ready to start this machine. You need to somehow hold the machine in place before you pull the cord to start it. The machine weighs so light that if you pull it without firmly gripping it against the ground, the whole machine gets pulled toward you. Its handling and control is very easy, in fact, at times it felt like a toy to me. Once started, it does what it’s made for. It worked hand in hand with me preparing 10X10 feet area that we had been planning for our vegetable garden since ages. If you are planning to buy it, keep in mind that it’s a cultivator, not a tiller. Even though the concept is a bit similar but not exactly same. This cultivator does a great job if your soil is not rocky. All you should be expecting from it is to break the surface’s crust to improve water, air, and nutrient penetration and absorption. At full throttle, it gets real loud so you do need ear protection. Many consumers had issues starting it after storing it for a season or so. I am not there yet but I have learned something over the years and I know it has always worked. STOP putting the lowest grade gas with ethanol in these tiny engines. I’ve always put highest grade gas and I never had issues starting any of my machines I have in my garage. Gas with ethanol works ok in the cars but with these small engines it’s a different story. For few extra cents, you get a peace of mind. Feed this machine well and it will serve you well. June 20, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Work horse for a bargain This little guy is a workhorse with power to spare.. I bought this thing to dig out an area to extend my deck, went through topsoil like a champ. Then through another 3 foot of dirt and rock. Started every time with ease , and used the same mix as my saws. I have had problems with equipment starting and running at the altitude where we live, 9000 ft, this thing started first time and ran great right out of the box. The best part was the price. I looked at all the top brands and this little guy was half price in comparison . Would tell anyone that asked, Best bet, if you need a Good roto-tiller ! July 18, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by good tiller, great value This is a good light duty tiller. if you come into it with higher expectations you will be disappointed. I have used this tiller for a year to maintain a small garden (15' X 30') and it has proven up to the task. The teeth do get clogged up and need to be cleaned out if you are going through vegetation. I struggled to start the motor the first time but after the first use it has always started on the first pull. The OEM recommends that you take it easy for the first 10 hours of operation so as part of the first use I let it idle for about an hour to help the engine break in. April 13, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Garbage Used the tiller for about 2 weeks,ran great .Untiul it came time to start it two weeks latter.well its been a year and a half and it still will not start.Ive done everything humanly possible to fix this tiller.nothing works .iyt wont run more than two seconds if your lucky enough to get that out of it.i wouldnt recomond this product to my worst enemy!! March 29, 2014
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