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Old 09-18-2009, 10:31 AM
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Does anyone else have any pictures they can share of their edging
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Old 09-18-2009, 07:42 PM
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One other thing I meant to mention is that after I spade out the edging, I put all the tiller tines or at the minimum two, and re-define the edge to clean it up.

I also use it once every spring on my other properties that already have a managed edge. Once I re-establish the edge I keep up with it with the string trimmer.

Keeps me from having to rent a bed edger.

The thing I love the most about the tiller head is that I use it to pile rocks when I go to tear out existing rock beds. I go really slow and it pops the rocks out of the muck without having to use a rake, hoe, etc...
that dont ruin the tines?
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Old 09-18-2009, 08:19 PM
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that dont ruin the tines?
Nah, doesn't seem to make them wear any faster.

I've used the thing a lot the last couple of years and I think I'm at %50 left of wear before I need to replace them.

Occasionally you'll wedge a rock between the tines and the gear head, but it just stops the tines before you bend them.
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