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Old 02-04-2013, 06:32 PM
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I've got a yard boss tiller. Guess I never thought about taking one side of the tines off?
Works like a charm. Don't know how the whole yard boss unit would be though, might be awkward. I use the tiller head on the end of my FS 90.
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Ive got a Brown bed edger and its awesome for "new" bedlines but to much for maintaining bedlines.

Ill try the Sthil if they actually come out.

I a little worried about the looks of the unit,, will it throw alot of rocks???
Yes, when cutting a new edge, something like a brown edger is the way to go.

As for the rocks, that's why I was never sold on the echo unit. Though the blade looks a little better on the stihl, I'm not sold on that design as the blade speed (just from the look of the gear box) is going to be similar to a sidewalk edger.

That's why I'm a fan of my tiller head. Slower and more torque with the worm drive that's in it. I can also grade out the spoils with it also minimizing raking.


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