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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by Trenchblade, Mar 24, 2008.
If you have used it, what do you think about it?
I just bought one last week, it works good for what it is. Its worth a try, you can buy 1 blade with freight for less than 10 bucks.
I will probably oder 10 more, however Im still looking into a Brown bed edger.
Do you have a picture of what the blade looks like? I went to their website and it was no help
There is a pic of it on teir website, just click on photographs. Its basicallny a edger blade bent on each end.
they have a button in the right hand column here at the site...or you can visit them directly at www.trenchblade.com
Do a search, it's been covered before.
I use them and really like them for beds. It works MUCH better than a straight edger blade for bed prep.
If I get around to it, I'll take a picture of it.
It's a very useful tool, and I recommend them.
I just got mine last week and only used it once, any tip on using it?
You gotta use some control at times and keep it on track. You also might have to work it back and forth depending on how the edge is and how you want it to be.
How deep does it trench? Are your soils clay? What edger do you use with it and does it have enough power?
It is as long as a standard edger blade. I live in Georgia, so we have the king of all clay soils. I use it with a Stihl KM-110 and it has plenty of power.