New Cultivator

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The EGO cultivator attachment is a great addition to the EGO POWER+ Multi-Head System. The heavy-duty steel tines are adjustable from 8 in. to 9.5 in. This allows for easy tilling between shrubs, bushes, trees and flowers. A variable sleep trigger allows you to power through the hard ground or dial it back for the softer soil. EGO attachments are designed specifically for your EGO POWER+ Power Head (PH1400) and offer the highest quality and performance.


https://www.homedepot.com/p/EGO-56-Volt-Lithium-Ion-Cultivator-Attachment-CTA9500/308666645
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gotcha didnt come in the search.

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William E Hanson

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Matthew, are the tines held in by cotter pins? I own a Mantis tiller with all the attachments and would get this if my attachments could be used on this.
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Really enticing. I have $600+/- invested in my Mantis kit and certainly would jump on this if all my attachments would fit. The Mantis has been a real workhorse, but the fuel mix , noise and fumes.
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So far other manufacturer's things haven't fit on EGO's products. Don't know if that's the case with this one, but given the history I wouldn't be too hopeful your Mantis stuff will fit.
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Buy one from HD.  If the sizes match up great.  If you decide you don't want it, just take it back.
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William E Hanson

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Just might do that, szwpopp!
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William E Hanson

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Oregon Mike, that's not encouraging.