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khotbo

Ramona, CA

Jun 3 , 2013
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easy

good tiller gteat for my1/3 acre

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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cbm1178

Puyallup, WA

Mar 26 , 2011
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Great tiller

We bought this roto tiller about 2.5 years ago. We have used numerous times to prepare the ground for our gardening projects. It works great, we have very rocky soil (including some very large rocks). We go through pins like crazy, but they are inexpensive- I want to say around 5 bucks for a package. I think this is just because our soil has so many large rocks in it. It takes some muscle to use this efficiently- probably no more than any other large roto tiller. We have just under one acre, and this is the perfect size for us.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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Jun 29 , 2010
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Craftsman Rear Tine Tillers look like a real power house

The rear tine tillers appear to be the easiest tillers to use when compared to the front tine tillers.  Rear tines are the tilling blades positioned at the rear of the tiller and front tines are the tilling blades positioned at the front of the tiller.  I have watched people use rear tine tillers and they appear to pull themselves along with less bumping and jerking that makes it easier on the operator.  These tillers are kind of high priced but they look like they would do a good job. 

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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