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Bungartz Tiller blade parts

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     - 808-BUN-52L
    Blade, left model - 808-BUN-52L
    • Article number: 808-bun-52l
     - 808-BUN-52R
    Blade, right model - 808-BUN-52R
    • Article number: 808-bun-52r
     - 808-BUN-54R
    Blade, right model - 808-BUN-54R
    • Article number: 808-bun-54r
     - 808-BUN-54L
    Blade, left model - 808-BUN-54L
    • Article number: 808-bun-54l

    Tiller blades and accessories for your Bungartz machine

    Bungartz wearing parts that fit your 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. Dulling of your Tiller blades 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 Bungartz machine

    Attach Tiller blades

    Tiller blades are alternately attached to your rotary tiller. Half of the blades turns left and half turns right. Ensure you attach the blade with the cutting surface on the right side. If you replace the blades of your Bungartz rotary tiller check if your replace a blade that turns left or right.

    Attaching C shaped or L shaped tiller blades

    The shape of your tiller blades determines the power that is needed by your Bungartz machinery to process the soil. There are C shaped tiller blades that have a gradual bend and L shaped blades that have a sharp band. This blade in C shape is mostly used at deeper tilling depts

    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. If the tiller depth is less than 5 centimetres than the L shape occurs more often.

    Bungartz tiller blade sizes

    Handy filters help you with finding the right tiller blades for your Bungartz machinery. 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.