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written by harrysmith1970 on 15/02/2013

I have absolutely no hesitation on leaving a great review for this excellent TR I have purchased from Titan. I was shopping around for a while but after reading the specs and watching the videos on their website I was convinced. The engine has an easy start feature so both myself and our wife have no back breaking problems trying to start her up. Also the height adjustable handle bars make it easy for the both of us to use it comfortably. The reverse gear feature is also a life saver, makes moving around muddy ground you have worked on almost effortless. Transformed what was a baron patch of our garden into a thriving vegetable patch. Many years of use ahead I'm sure. Harry

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Asked by ajmoon on 21st April 2014 Report this content
How deep does it dig? On the Titan web it states 350mm but that is the dia. of the tines. Surely it can only dig as deep as the front edge of the cowl over the tines. Grateful for help.

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