The heavy workhorses in the rotary tiller realm are designed with powerful petroleum-powered engines out front that are coupled with transmissions of various designs that send power to the drive wheels and then on back to the tines
It's unknown when metal was first used to build forks, but it was probably during the 18th century, when local blacksmiths began to fasten metal tips to wooden fork tines
and hammered the entire set of tines
out of wrought iron.
Shortly after I'd had my shed repaired, on Facebook some whitetail addicts in the "Drop Tines
and Dreambucks" group got into a deep discussion of the Kansas King/Prince question.
humanus capitis embedded in the tines
of the combs, (e) gap separation measured at the points of the tines
, and (f) types of fibers or other detritus embedded between the tines
The attachment of wings to the tine
foot along with using shallow tines
to loosen the surface layers ahead of the deep tine
increases soil disturbance, particularly at depth, reduces the specific resistance, increases the critical depth, and allows more effective soil rearrangement.
When you need to adjust the tine
laterally (back and forth), grab the end of one tine
and lift up.
The longest and widest we tested - it dwarfs the others like a mighty hand- with plastic tines
and a lightweight wooden handle.
Curt responds: In the photo, the moose does look like he might have four brow tines
, but those back tines
are on the palms.
What makes it more amazing is that we found the tine
about a quarter mile from where I bagged the deer.
Feature tapered tines
and beveled tips to prevent load wedging and to ensure separation
Although sizes of brow tines
vary and are often difficult to see, most bucks have them.
Before I could shut down the machine, the tines
gobbled up the liner like a hungry alligator.