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    Tine for rotary harrows - 808-RH88
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    rotary harrow tine and accessories for your Rheinland machine

    RDM Pars has wearing parts that fit your Rheinland rotary tiller. A well maintained machine is a machine that has its wearing parts replaced regularly. If your rotary harrow tine are dull, they will perform less and this will lead to more use of gas or defects to your machine. Find and replace worn parts in time by looking them up in the parts book of your Rheinland machine

    attach rotary harrow tine to your Rheinland machinery

    Alternating the tiller blades ensures that the distance between the blades is minimal. This also makes half of the blades turns left and the other half turns right. Check the cuttins surfaces of the blades, these should all be the right way up. When you buy Rheinland blades watch if this is a right turning or left turning model.

    Attaching C shaped or L shaped tiller blades

    For Rheinland there are several shapes of tiller blades available. A tiller blade that has a C shape needs less power to process the soil than a tiller blade that is shaped like an L. If you need to perform at a deep tiller dept C shaped blades are mostly used.

    The perpendicular tiller blades from Rheinland, has more of an L shape, this blade is often used at tiller depths of less than 5 centimetres. For this reason the L shaped blade is used at tilling depts of less than 5 centimetres. At shallow depts of less than 5 centimetres the L shaped blade is often used. A clear advantage of the blade is that it prevents soil compacting.

    sizes of Rheinland tiller blades

    To find the right parts for your Rheinland machinery you can use the convenient filters at the top of the page. There are a couple of factors that determine if the blade fits, like: the distance between the connection holes and the width of the blade. The tilling dept and the limits of your machinery determine the length of the blade.