Sicma (Miglianico) Tiller blade parts
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Tiller blades and accessories for your Sicma (Miglianico) machine
Sicma (Miglianico) 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. If your Tiller blades are dull, they will perform less and this will lead to more use of gas or defects to your machine. You can find the right parts for replacement in the parts book ofyour Sicma (Miglianico).
Attaching Tiller blades to your machine
A rotary tiller has blades that are alternately attached. This means half of the blades turns left and the other half turns right. Check the cuttins surfaces of the blades, these should all be the right way up. If you replace the blades of your Sicma (Miglianico) rotary tiller check if your replace a blade that turns left or right.
The shape of tiller blades
The shape of your tiller blades determines the power that is needed by your Sicma (Miglianico) machinery to process 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. If you need to perform at a deep tiller dept C shaped blades are mostly used.
The perpendicular L shaped tiller blade from Sicma (Miglianico) needs more power from the machine. This is caused by the form because it is less efficient. The shape does not compact the soil.
sizes of Sicma (Miglianico) tiller blades
To find the right parts for your Sicma (Miglianico) 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 total length determines the tilling dept.