Tiller Blades / Tiller TinesPosted March 12 2010
Spring is nearly upon us, and that means it’s a great time to start replacing your worn tiller tines. When shopping for tiller tines on AgristoreUSA, searching by your machine’s make and model can be the easiest way to find the correct tiller tine for your application. If you know your make or model of tiller, use the drop down menus on AgristoreUSA, or type the make or model into our search feature for a list of tiller blades by make.
If you don’t have access to the make or model of your machine, you can locate the correct tiller tine based on the tine’s dimensions. First, measure the space between the mounting holes, center line to center line. Type the dimension into our search feature for a list of tiller tines to fit your application. You will also want to verify the diameter of the mounting holes, and check the length and height of your blade for proper tiller tine clearance on your machine. If you have questions, please give us a call at 317-329-5080.
Tiller blades are manufactured in two basic shapes, see images below. C-shaped tines are ideal for working dense soil, such as clay, and L-shaped tines work best in less dense or sandy soil.
When ordering tiller blades, be sure to order left hand and right hand tiller blades for your machine. We also recommend replacing your entire set of tiller blades in order to maintain proper balance, reduce wear, and extend the life of your tiller.
AgristoreUSA, stocks tiller tines for 32 tiller brands. We have tine for Agrator, Agric, Baltic, Befco, Breviglieri, Bush-Hog, Caroni, Celli, Douglas, Ford, Gearmore, Gill, Honda, Howard, John-Deere, King-Kutter, Kobashi, Kubota, Kuhn, Land-Pride, Long, Maletti, Maschio, Muratori, Northeast, Northwest, Panorama, Sicma, Southeast, Sovema, Taylor, and Terranova.
As always, if you can’t find what you need, give us a call at 317-329-5080. Our knowledgeable and friendly staff will help you find what you need to get you tiller in top shape, quickly!
Have a great spring!