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Old 07-27-2017, 05:59 AM   #1
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Need a small tiller, front or back, doesn't matter.

Going to till the ground under an open shed, level it out and put gravel down as a floor.

Not looking for a high dollar one, that's later when I get the garden going. Just trying to get the new homestead working. Shed area is to small to get the tractor in there with a box.

Post or send PM. I will need it by 6 Aug or will just be buying new or from craigslist.
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Yep, I've rented them from Home Depot and from the Outpost Rental on nine mile, I suggest the rear tine, the front tine will work you to death.
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I actually want to keep it. I really don't want to buy a new one when I'm going to buy one of the $1,000 for the garden. Was just wanting a small one for a small area.

Neighbor up there offered without even asking him when we told him want we were going to do but I don't want to do that.
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Make me an offer this will do your garden and your small projects. Runs great, just missing hood...
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Make me an offer this will do your garden and your small projects. Runs great, just missing hood...
This is what I would do instead of buying a walk behind for a garden
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I actually want to keep it. I really don't want to buy a new one when I'm going to buy one of the $1,000 for the garden. Was just wanting a small one for a small area.

Neighbor up there offered without even asking him when we told him want we were going to do but I don't want to do that.
I have an older tiller that is always in my way. I have to move it out of the barn to get the boat out every time I go fishing and you would be doing me a favor by keeping it at your place. I really don't want to sell it, due to the fact I use it once a year for a small garden for the gurly gurl. So, I'll share it with ya if you can keep it at your place !!
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