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Re: Re: Tiller!

Lucky you! 

I have the big industrial size one (given to me, so no complaining) but
it takes all my strength to work with it... then I get sore for a few
days too...


> It's a Troy-bilt 4 cylinder. I didn't see it on their website so it must
> be fairly new. It has an on/off button and it's VERY easy to start. The
> slightest pull and it's off and running and it's fairly quiet (for a
> tiller). It doesn't shake you all over the place either. I just love it.
> It can till down to about 6-7 inches, maybe more. It's much better than
> a Mantis OR the Ryobi (I had the Ryobi...hated it).

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