Here's the dirt on tillers

04/19/2010 | Record Searchlight (Redding, Calif.)

Consumers in the market for a new tiller should rent one similar to the model they are considering, writes Casey Schurig. The rental might cost $100, but the action could help you decide whether the model is right for you and thus save you over the long term, Schurig explains. The cost for new tillers ranges from $800 to $2,500 and tillers can last 20 years, so it is important to buy the right product, he notes.

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