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Sun Joe TJ604E 16" 13.5 Amp Electric Garden Tiller/Cultivator

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About this Product:
  • Powerful: 13. 5-Amp motor cultivates up to 16" Wide x 8" Deep
  • Durable: 6 Steel angled tines for maximum durability and performance
  • Easy storage: handle folds for convenient storage and easy transport
  • Wheel-adjustment: 3-position wheel adjustment

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    • This deal is $9.45 less than a previous FrontPage Deal for this product at this time last year.
  • Reviews: This Sun Joe Tiller is highly rated receiving 4.7 Stars out of 5 Stars based on over 6,300 Customer Reviews.
  • Warranty: Full 2-year warranty included
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Amazon.com has Sun Joe TJ604E 16" 13.5-Amp Electric Garden Tiller & Cultivator on sale for $109

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steven1046 asked this question on 06-11-2021 at 09:49 AM
06-11-2021 at 09:49 AM
Depends on how dry/ hard it is. I would soak it for a few days before the day you till, to moisten it up. Don't over do it, or you'll just make a muddy mess.

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I have this, got it refurbished directly from Sun Joe last year for $90 shipped and it was like new. Does a great job, have big fist sized rocks in our soil and have to stop to hammer them out once in a while and it keeps going strong. Solid purchase IMO.
I've had mine for three years now, great little machine. Don't listen to those who suggest in the reviews to add extra weight on top. Just deal with the "jumpiness" and don't overload the motor.
I bought this little over a year ago and I am really surprised how good it does tilling up the dirt even with it compacted it really loosen it up pretty easy. Also has a lot of torque to it which is good and for the price I can't knock it. Hope this helps

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I have this, got it refurbished directly from Sun Joe last year for $90 shipped and it was like new. Does a great job, have big fist sized rocks in our soil and have to stop to hammer them out once in a while and it keeps going strong. Solid purchase IMO.
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I bought this little over a year ago and I am really surprised how good it does tilling up the dirt even with it compacted it really loosen it up pretty easy. Also has a lot of torque to it which is good and for the price I can't knock it. Hope this helps
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Paid this price for it in Aug of 2016 - it has done a great job since then of tilling some very compact and rock ridden soil. Only aggravation is pulling the thicker roots out from between the rotors.
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Good timing. I bought that last week from Amazon. Going to return it and buy again, they don't do price match at all.
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I've had mine for three years now, great little machine. Don't listen to those who suggest in the reviews to add extra weight on top. Just deal with the "jumpiness" and don't overload the motor.
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Can this be used to till up sod to make pathway.
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Quote from mcs007 :
Can this be used to till up sod to make pathway.
Yes but first you need to use your spade shovel to cut the sod so that it's loose enough for the tines to get down into the soil.
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Quote from ScarletGorilla3048 :
Yes but first you need to use your spade shovel to cut the sod so that it's loose enough for the tines to get down into the soil.
Thank you.
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Great little machine, i bought it last year working great no complain.
I just finished my backyard and waiting for the grass to grow.
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Thank You! Got another $30 off with discover card points use!
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I have the 603 and it's powerful so I'm sure this is even better. Mine pulls big rocks bigger than I expected it too. I had a rock get wedged and had to pull one side of the blades which gave me trouble getting the bolt out. Overall very good product.
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Is this good for soil that is clay?
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Do you need to wet your soil or anything before tilling? And then afterwards you put down sod?
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