Is it a right-hand blade or a left-hand blade?

When ordering tiller blades, it's important to keep in mind that there are actually two different blades on a tiller: a right-hand blade and a left-hand blade. How do you know which is which?


Step 1: Remove the tiller blade from the tiller.


Step 2: Hold the tine so that it dangles from the bolt holes.


Step 3: Holding the blade in front of you, turn it so that the cutting edge faces you. If the blade curves to the left, it's a left-hand blade. If it curves to the right, it's a right-hand blade.


The blade pictured above is a left-hand blade.

For more information about C shape and L shape tiller tines, please see the C Shape or L Shape blog post.

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