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4 stroke mantis tiller


4 stroke mantis tiller:

The Mantis 4-stroke tiller is a lightweight, easy-to-use rear-tine tiller that is perfect for small gardens and flower beds.

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4 stroke mantis tiller

The 4 stroke mantis tiller is a great option for gardeners who want a powerful and versatile tiller that is easy to maneuver. Unlike traditional front-tine tillers, which can be bulky and difficult to turn, the Mantis tiller’s rear-tine design makes it easy to till in tight spaces and around plants. The 4-stroke engine is also quieter and easier to start than a 2-stroke engine, and it doesn’t require you to mix gas and oil.


  • Lightweight and maneuverable: The 4 stroke mantis tiller weighs only around 20 pounds, making it easy to lift and transport. The rear-tine design also makes it easy to turn and maneuver in tight spaces.
  • Easy to start: The 4-stroke engine starts easily with a pull cord and doesn’t require you to mix gas and oil.
  • Quiet operation: The 4-stroke engine is much quieter than a 2-stroke engine, making it a good option for use in residential areas.
  • Powerful enough for most gardens: Despite its small size, the Mantis tiller is powerful enough to till most soils, even if they are compacted or clay-based.
  • Versatility: Some models come with attachments that can be used for edging, dethatching, and aerating lawns.

How to Use:

  1. Safety First: Wear gloves, goggles, and sturdy shoes when operating the tiller.
  2. Assemble the Tiller (if needed): Some Mantis tillers may require some assembly before first use. Refer to the owner’s manual for instructions.
  3. Fill with Gas: Use unleaded gasoline with an octane rating of 87 or higher.
  4. Start the Engine: Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for starting the engine, which typically involves priming the engine and pulling the recoil starter.
  5. Tilling: Hold the handlebars firmly and slowly walk forward as the tines till the soil. You can adjust the tilling depth by raising or lowering the handles. Let the tiller do the work! Avoid forcing the machine and allow it to cut through the soil at its own pace.
  6. Stopping the Engine: Once you have finished tilling, turn off the engine by following the manufacturer’s instructions.


The Mantis 4-stroke tiller utilizes rotating rear tines powered by the 4-stroke engine to cultivate and break up soil. The lightweight, rear-tine design makes it maneuverable for small gardens and flower beds.

Additional Notes:

  • The Mantis tiller is not intended for large gardens or breaking new ground.
  • Different models may have different engine sizes and tilling widths.
  • Always refer to the user manual for specific operation and maintenance instructions.


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