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Best Gas Tillers

Updated December 2018
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  • 18 Models Considered
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  • 94 Hours Researched
  • 1 Experts Interviewed
  • 185 Consumers Consulted
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    A tiller is a large machine with rotating tines that dig into the ground to loosen soil. Similar to a cultivator, gas tillers are the better choice when you have a large area of soil to weed and mix in a short amount of time. Front-tine tillers are the most basic type and perform well in small or medium gardens. Rear-tine tillers, on the other hand, have additional wheels driven by the engine to cover larger areas more efficiently. Regardless of the type, pay attention to the maximum tilling depth and width to get an idea of how much area the tiller can cover at once. For convenience, choose one with an electric starter to get set up quickly without any major hassles.  

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