Originally Posted by Ridin' Green
Your sentence right before the one in bold is what I meant about hitting shallow roots at faster speeds. Rarely does more than one tine/spoon per spider hit a root at the same time to help spread the load, thus you end up with damaged spoons as you stated.
Sorry about my brain cramp, somehow I was thinking grass roots and, of course, that did not make any sense. As I reread, your comment regarding roots was perfectly clear. Only a knuckle head
such as myself would not see that you meant tree roots. A big hard tree root is just about as bad as a big rock.