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Blades and knives for spike rotor

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Boutgat diameter - messen:
 - 808-MAG-03L
Blade, left model - 808-MAG-03L
  • Article number: 808-mag-03l
 - 808-FOR-02R
Blade, right model fitting for Fort 15055077 - 808-FOR-02R
  • Article number: 808-for-02r
 - 808-BCS-13R
Blade, right model fitting for B.C.S. 59275 - 808-BCS-13R
  • Article number: 808-bcs-13r
 - 808-CRR-05L
Blade, left model - 808-CRR-05L
  • Article number: 808-crr-05l
 - 808-EGR-02R
Blade, right model - 808-EGR-02R
  • Article number: 808-egr-02r
 - 808-BAR-33R
Blade, right model fitting for Barbieri 0606028 - 808-BAR-33R
  • Article number: 808-bar-33r
 - 808-NAR-16R
Blade, right model fitting for Nardi 8C5013 - 808-NAR-16R
  • Article number: 808-nar-16r
 - 808-KUH-56L
Rotary tine, left model fitting for Kuhn 522612 - 808-KUH-56L
  • Article number: 808-kuh-56l
 - 808-MGB-02R
Blade, right model - 808-MGB-02R
  • Article number: 808-mgb-02r
 - 808-BUN-54L
Blade, left model fitting for Bungartz E 5 2057 - 808-BUN-54L
  • Article number: 808-bun-54l
 - 808-MSA-10L
Rotary tine, left model - 808-MSA-10L
  • Article number: 808-msa-10l
 - 808-BEN-51R
All-purpose Blade, right model - 808-BEN-51R
  • Article number: 808-ben-51r
 - 808-KUH-06L
Blade, left model - 808-KUH-06L
  • Article number: 808-kuh-06l
 - 808-SIM-18R
Blade, right model - 808-SIM-18R
  • Article number: 808-sim-18r
 - 808-PEG-02L
Blade, left model fitting for Pegoraro 0834 - 808-PEG-02L
  • Article number: 808-peg-02l
 - 808-NAR-04R
Blade, right model fitting for Nardi 5C5012 - 808-NAR-04R
  • Article number: 808-nar-04r
 - 808-IND-20L
Rotary tine, left model - 808-IND-20L
  • Article number: 808-ind-20l
 - 808-PRG-05R
Rotary tine, right model - 808-PRG-05R
  • Article number: 808-prg-05r
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Rotavator blades


Tiller blades and accessories for your freesmessensen machine

The wearing parts that fit your freesmessensen machinery are available at RDM Parts. A well maintained machine is a machine that has its wearing parts replaced regularly. When your Tiller blades gets dull it will impact the performance and it raises gas use and defects. Find the right parts with the parts manual of your freesmessensen.

Attach Tiller blades

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

The difference between C shaped and L shaped tiller blades

For freesmessensen there are several shapes of tiller blades available. A C shaped blade needs less power to tiller than a L shaped blade. If you need to perform at a deep tiller dept C shaped blades are mostly used.

An L shaped freesmessensen tiller blade has a sharper angle. This is the original tiller blade model. The specific design of the blades prevents compacting of the soil.

sizes of freesmessensen tiller blades

To find the right parts for your freesmessensen 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 length that you need depends on the tilling dept.

DM Parts has many rotavator blades for rotary tillers. The kind of blade you need for your machine is dependent on the type of machine you have, the operating depth and the kind of operation you want to do. Rotavator blades are often powered with a PTO or by friction. If you need advice please contact our product specialists.


Left and right mounted

A rotavator exists of several knives that are alternately mounted. Half of the blades turns right and half of the blade turns left. There is a difference between the side where the cutting edge of the blade is. Check if you blade turns left or right when replacing.

C shaped an L shaped blades

The shape of a rotavator blade dictates the power that is needed to operate it. A C shaped blade needs less power because of its shape than an L shaped blade. These blades are often used when the operating depth is more than 5 centimetres. They can also be used at higher speeds
An L shaped rotavator blade is used when the operating depth is less than 5 centimetres. This is the original design of the rotavator blades which prevents the soil from compacting.

Size of the blade

To find the correct blade for your rotary tiller, you can use our convenient filters. Check the distance between the mounting holes and the width of the blades. These decide of the blade is fitting your machines.