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    Nut M12x1,5 - 808-51-1243-1
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    and accessories for your Grimme / Gruse machine

    Aftermarket parts that fit your Grimme / Gruse machinery from RDM Parts. If parts wear down it will cause your machine to lack performance. Dulling of your is caused by the contact with soil and stones. Find and replace worn parts in time by looking them up in the parts book of your Grimme / Gruse machine

    attach to your Grimme / Gruse 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. The cuttings surface of the tiller blade is placed in a way that it can only be attached one way. When replacing the blades for your Grimme / Gruse machinery check if the blade turns left or right.

    The difference between C shaped and L shaped tiller blades

    The force that is needed to power your Grimme / Gruse rotary tiller is determined by the shape of the blade and the extend of processing you want to do to the soil. 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. 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. For this reason the L shaped blade is used at tilling depts of less than 5 centimetres. The shape does not compact the soil.

    Grimme / Gruse tiller blade sizes

    Finding the right tiller blade that fits your Grimme / Gruse machinery becomes easy with our handy filters. 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 length of the blade is decisive for the tilling dept and the power that your machine demands.