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     - 808-63-IND-33
    Flail fitting for Schmidt 255115-8 - 808-63-IND-33
    • Article number: 808-63-ind-33
     - 808-63-HUM-09
    Straight blade - 808-63-HUM-09
    • Article number: 808-63-hum-09
     - 808-63-SCH-98
    Shear pin fitting for Schmidt 274601-4 - 808-63-SCH-98
    • Article number: 808-63-sch-98

    and accessories for your Schmidt machine

    The wearing parts that fit your Schmidt machinery are available at RDM Parts. A well maintained machine is a machine that has its wearing parts replaced regularly. Dull and worn down parts need more power to operate. This uses more fuel and can cause defects. You can find the right parts for replacement in the parts book ofyour Schmidt.

    Attaching to your machine

    Tiller blades are alternately attached to your rotary tiller. This also makes half of the blades turns left and the other half turns right. There is a difference between the positioning of the cutting surface. When replacing the blades for your Schmidt machinery check if the blade turns left or right.

    Attaching C shaped or L shaped tiller blades

    Check the shape of your Schmidt tiller blades, these determine how much force is needed to power them. There are the incremental C shaped blades that require less power than the L shaped blades. If you need to perform at a deep tiller dept C shaped blades are mostly used.

    The perpendicular tiller blades from Schmidt, has more of an L shape, this blade is often used at tiller depths of less than 5 centimetres. This is the original tiller blade model. The shape does not compact the soil.

    sizes of Schmidt tiller blades

    Finding the right tiller blade that fits your Schmidt machinery becomes easy with our handy filters. 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 tilling dept and the limits of your machinery determine the length of the blade.