Blue Diamond Attachments Skid Steer Rototiller

The new design offers increased structural strength in shroud for working in difficult conditions.

Mon September 30, 2013 - National Edition
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Blue Diamond has redesigned its rototiller attachments. This bi-directional rototiller has swinging tines for maximum tilling in either direction and the offset design helps to cover the machine tracks when working in reverse.
Blue Diamond has redesigned its rototiller attachments. This bi-directional rototiller has swinging tines for maximum tilling in either direction and the offset design helps to cover the machine tracks when working in reverse.

Blue Diamond has redesigned its rototiller attachments. This bi-directional rototiller has swinging tines for maximum tilling in either direction and the offset design helps to cover the machine tracks when working in reverse. This new design offers increased structural strength in shroud for working in difficult conditions, comes in 76 and 68 in. (193 and 173 cm) and requires a minimum of 15 gpm (57 Lpm) of hydraulic flow.

For more information, visit bluediamondattachments.com.




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