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Re: Mantis tiller

  • Subject: Re: Mantis tiller
  • From: "Gerry/Bob O'Neill" <eoneill@attglobal.net>
  • Date: Sun, 22 Apr 2001 07:28:23 -0400

Where did you get the sale info on the tiller? I used to get regular
mailings from Mantis, but haven't lately. I also want one, to replace my
old Troy-Bilt, now that I've gone to raised beds and individual shade beds
rather than a traditional veggie garden.


At 10:11 PM 4/21/01 -0500, you wrote:
>We are thinking about getting a Mantis tiller.  Until the end of May
>they are selling it for $299 with the border edger included PLUS 25
>free daffodils.  Does anyone have a Mantis?  Would you recommend it or
>are there other small tillers for about the same price that are
>Ken and Sue Dutton
>2620 Lake Shore Ave.
>Little Canada, MN 55117
>mail to: ksplantmarkers@mediaone.net
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