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Re: Front Tine Versus Rear Tine Tiller
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john *.?-!.* cub owner
I have used both front tine, a large rear tine, a small rear tine, etc. and what you want depends on your use. I have a small tractor with a plow and disk to break the ground, and my preference is a smaller 4 hp rear tine, rotation either forward or reverse, both will do a good job, plus one of the little 2cycles for getting closer to plants, the rear tines are a little difficult to maneuver close to a row. A large rear tine is an advantage for preparing ground, but as plants grow it takes a lot of room to be able to get it between rows.
This post was edited by john *.?-!.* cub owner at 11:57:45 06/02/13.
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