This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. Learn more Got it!

Logifeed & R.M.H. nuts and bolts parts

1 results

Filter results

filters

    There are no filters available
     - 808-30-MU8-2
    Self-locking nut M8x1,25 - 808-30-MU8-2
    • Article number: 808-30-mu8-2

    Zelfborgende moer and accessories for your Logifeed & R.M.H. machine

    Aftermarket parts that fit your Logifeed & R.M.H. machinery from RDM Parts. You want to keep the results of your machine optimal, that’s why it is important to replace wearing parts in time. When your Zelfborgende moer gets dull it will impact the performance and it raises gas use and defects. Find and replace worn parts in time by looking them up in the parts book of your Logifeed & R.M.H. machine

    attach Zelfborgende moer to your Logifeed & R.M.H. machinery

    A rotary tiller has blades that are alternately attached. This also makes half of the blades turns left and the other half turns right. There is a difference between the positioning of the cutting surface. Check if the blade turns right or left when you replace the blade.

    The shape of your Logifeed & R.M.H. tiller blades

    The shape of your tiller blades determines the power that is needed by your Logifeed & R.M.H. machinery to process the soil. There are the incremental C shaped blades that require less power than the L shaped blades. A C shaped blade is often used at tiller depts that exceed 5 centimetres.

    The angular shape of the L shaped blade needs more power to operate when compared to the C shaped blade. This means that the blade needs more power to process the soil. If the tiller depth is less than 5 centimetres than the L shape occurs more often.

    Logifeed & R.M.H. tiller blade sizes

    Finding the right tiller blade that fits your Logifeed & R.M.H. machinery becomes easy with our handy filters. 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 tilling dept and the limits of your machinery determine the length of the blade.