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     - 808-RH-DOW-01R
    Tine for rotary harrows, right model - 808-RH-DOW-01R
    • Article number: 808-rh-dow-01r
     - 808-RH-DOW-01L
    Tine for rotary harrows, left model - 808-RH-DOW-01L
    • Article number: 808-rh-dow-01l

    rotary harrow tine and accessories for your Dowdeswell machine

    Dowdeswell wearing parts that fit your machinery from RDM Parts. 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 the right parts with the parts manual of your Dowdeswell.

    the attaching of rotary harrow tine

    A rotary tiller has blades that are alternately attached. This means half of the blades turns left and the other half turns right. There is a difference between the positioning of the cutting surface. When you buy Dowdeswell blades watch if this is a right turning or left turning model.

    The difference between C shaped and L shaped tiller blades

    The force that is needed to power your Dowdeswell rotary tiller is determined by the shape of the blade and the extend of processing you want to do to the soil. There are the incremental C shaped blades that require less power than the L shaped blades. These blades are used more often at tiller depths of 5 centimetres or more and can be used at higher speeds.

    An L shaped Dowdeswell tiller blade has a sharper angle. This is the original tiller blade model. If the tiller depth is less than 5 centimetres than the L shape occurs more often.

    Choosing the right blade for your Dowdeswell rotary tiller

    To find the right parts for your Dowdeswell machinery you can use the convenient filters at the top of the page. Besides the left or right turning of the blade it is important to check if the distance between the connection holes and the width of the blade is exactly the same as your current tiller blades. The length of the blade is decisive for the tilling dept and the power that your machine demands.