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    Y-blade fitting for DB 353 from Mc Connel - 808-63-BER-52
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     - 808-63-BER-51
    Y-blade - 808-63-BER-51
    • Article number: 808-63-ber-51

    Tiller blades and accessories for your Berry machine

    RDM Pars has wearing parts that fit your Berry rotary tiller. 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. Find the right parts with the parts manual of your Berry.

    Attaching Tiller blades to your machine

    Alternating the blades of the rotary tiller ensures optimal processing of the soil. This makes half of the blades tillers left and the other half of the tiller blades 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 Berry machinery check if the blade turns left or right.

    Attaching C shaped or L shaped tiller blades

    The force that is needed to power your Berry 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. If you need to perform at a deep tiller dept C shaped blades are mostly used.

    An L shaped Berry tiller blade has a sharper angle. 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.

    sizes of Berry tiller blades

    Finding the Berry tiller blades for your machinery is easily done with our smart filters. Check the size between the connection holes and the width of the blade. The total length determines the tilling dept.