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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by deere615, Aug 14, 2008.
Looks good, what do you redefine the beds with?
Usually I use the stick edger or wb edger then got and cut them all out with a shovel. I also use those d handle edging shovels. Then after that I use the string trimmer to cleanup the edge before mulch
Had to use my tiller attachment the other day and had an oops.The homelite split boom took a crap and broke the shaft. I have been buying echo attachments here and there for my 2 PAS trimmers but still haven't got the tiller or hedge trimmers.
So I picked up a echo tiller attachment
Nice! Have you had a chance to use it? I realize that I should have bought one of those motors like that with different attachments instead of the straight shaft. I am sure I will see one in my future!
Haha that looks like the Ujoint on my 94, the tiller. I just dropped the trailer Friday night, left the shop and the ujoint literally snapped right in two. So now I have to get a new drive shaft on monday for that truck
Sweet, I've never used a long-handle tiller like that, I've only ever rented mantis tillers. Hopefully it works out well for you.
Looks good,nice tiller.
Yeah i tried it out real quick out our house on some grasss it chewed it up nice. I have 2 straight shafts w/o the split boom which I use for regular mowing also
U joint? hmm never heard chevys dont have them haha that sucks my couple buddies with fords always seem to be breaking u joints
Yeah my other one on the cheap homelite did a great job so I figured this would do the same or better. I never used a mantis but I think these do just about the same
started mowing a few today alot more to do tomorrow
you guys are a couple weeks behind, my guys have been hitting it hard for the past couple weeks