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Mon Jun 26 15:40:15 PDT 2006
In a message dated 6/26/2006 2:19:32 P.M. Eastern Standard Time, Soap at whidbey.com writes: Do you think 2 or 4 tine tillers are the best for cob? My tiller has four sets of tines. The outer set can be removed giving you a lot more power to a much smaller area. This should allow you to mix much stickier cob. Right now the cob is either too dry and I have to add a sprinkle on a tarp or in the wheelbarrow or too wet. When it is just right the tiller does not have enough poser to rotate four rows of tines. The difficulty I have in removing the outer tines is that the connecting means on my tiller has become warn to the point that I will have to grind the pin off and get a new one or substitute a nut and bolt and lock washer of some sort. Another problem with 4 tines is that the tiller tends to hop up and down more because it is like rolling a square wheel instead of an eight sided wheel. Ed
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