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  • A powerful 12-amp motor quickly pulverizes dirt, effortlessly slicing through the soil at 340 RPM, ensuring maximum aeration and perfectly preparing the seedbed for planting. Cultivate an area 16 inches wide and up to 8 inches deep in seconds.
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I own this tiller and yes it will till the weeds under but if it is tall stalks like Bahia it will clog the tines some. But, I wouldn't recommend tilling weeds under. Spray them and then trim and rake them out first. Live plants will regrow and outcompete your seeds. Dead plant matter is ok if you are going to seed but not if you are going to sod. The dead matter when it decomposes interferes with root formation from sod (not as big a deal with seeds). The biggest reason I get rid of all of the plants first though is leveling. It is much easier to level the soft tilled soil without clumps of dead grass. A level soil bed is the most important thing to me for asthetics and mowing. Hope that helps
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I second everything Michi098 has said.

Also if available now your area, I just went today but there is a slick deal for a 50ft 12 gauge Rigid brand extension cord at homedepot right now for about $25. Originally $75. I purchased that today but my other 50ft cord I got from harbor freight (12gauge black and yellow) was almost $40 I believe. It's recommended to use a thicker gauge wire with this machine.

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I hate gas 2 cycle engines with a passion. I especially hate them on infrequently used tools like roto tillers.
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Not the lowest price ever but not too far off. I might pull the trigger since I need one soon. I was going to rent one for half the price of owning (albeit a larger model).
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Best purchase I've made so far this year was a tiller. Saves hours of work if you have a lot of digging/turning to do.
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Better deals come in the off season, but this is a great machine. I was really surprised at how good of a job it does. See no reason for gas if your just using it for garden beds.
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Not the lowest price ever but not too far off. I might pull the trigger since I need one soon. I was going to rent one for half the price of owning (albeit a larger model).
What was the lowest price that you have seen? I want one but I can wait.
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Also have to chime in how great this thing is. Bought one a few months ago from a slickdeal. We had a part of our backyard which was solid compacted mud. Wanted to plant grass. Used this tiller and managed to loosen the soil in a few hours. By hand this would have easily taken a week and would not have been as thorough. It does of course get stuck on bigger roots, and you do have to stop and pull smaller roots out occasionally. But honestly, this thing is worth it. I may tear up a few other parts of the lawn now that I know how quickly I can do it.
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I agree one of the best purchases I've ever made. It really pulverizes dirt. I have a 30x10 area of dirt I am growing fescue grass from seed. This thing murders hard dirt. I purchased it for about $100. The price really only fluctuates between $90-$110 but in my experience any price you pay will be well worth what this machine can do. For me the 300sq.ft I've already done with it has paid for itself. Now just have to hope I do the grass seed sowing correct.
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I second everything Michi098 has said.

Also if available now your area, I just went today but there is a slick deal for a 50ft 12 gauge Rigid brand extension cord at homedepot right now for about $25. Originally $75. I purchased that today but my other 50ft cord I got from harbor freight (12gauge black and yellow) was almost $40 I believe. It's recommended to use a thicker gauge wire with this machine.

https://slickdeals.net/f/13085257-ridgid-heavy-duty-50ft-extension-cord-multi-tap-24-88?attrsrc=Test%3AHideExpiredSearch%3AControl&src=SiteSearchV2Algo1
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Best purchase ever. I got one for $75 from Amazon Warehouse a few months ago. I used it to till my front yard and start a new lawn. This thing digs out rocks as big as a baseball ball without any problems. Sure, it'll jump and rock here and there, but once you get the hang of it, it's easy to use. I prefer to till walking backwards, it makes it even easier in my opinion.
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Here's hoping that the sunjoe scarifier/dethatcher is next on the sale list!
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My lawn has tons of dirt patches on it, and it also looks sparse and unhealthy in other areas. I want to overseed the whole lawn. Can this be used over the entire lawn to till the dirt areas but then aerate the other areas? Or would it be best to get this for the dirt areas and get the dethatcher for aerating and cleaning up the rest of the lawn before seeding? I know very little about landscaping Frown
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Sigh- the above comments convinced me to order.

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Does anyone think the extra $10 at Walmart for the TJ604E is worth it?
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Looking to plant grass seeds in a dirt patch that is filled with weeds. Will this help kill the weeds and allow me to plant the grass seeds? Many thanks!
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