John Deere Aercore 800

Feature Overview
John Deere Aercore 800
  • 31.5-in. (80-cm) coring
  • Lightweight design
  • Drive tire core deflectors
Swath width 800.1 mm / 31.5 in.
Lift system type Electro-hydraulic, electric pump, single hydraulic actuator; does not require engine to be running to lift/lower
Feature Overview
John Deere Aercore 800
  • 31.5-in. (80-cm) coring
  • Lightweight design
  • Drive tire core deflectors
Swath width 800.1 mm / 31.5 in.
Lift system type Electro-hydraulic, electric pump, single hydraulic actuator; does not require engine to be running to lift/lower
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Features

Lightweight design and 9-psi (62.1 kPa) operating tire pressure minimizes turf compaction

Aercore 800 Aercore 800

The Aercore© 800 was designed to be turf friendly. From adjustable turf guard pressure, to the Flexi-Link design, to the hydraulic-free mechanical transmission, the Aercore 800 is a market leader in turf friendliness.

 

But the design goes much further than just its key product features. The Aercore 800, including its innovative components, weighs only 1367 lb (620 kg), very lightweight for a very productive aerator. The next closest competitor in terms of productivity weighs 1590 lb (721 kg). The goal of aeration is to relieve compaction from everyday machine use, and John Deere has limited the compaction of the aerator itself by keeping the weight of the machine under control.

 

Even when you add the industry-exclusive verticutter attachment to the Aercore 800, it only weighs 1442 lb (654 kg), still nearly 150 lb (68 kg) lighter than the most-productive competitor.

 

Not only does the Aercore 800 offer a lightweight design, it also has a very low operating tire pressure to further spread out the footprint of the machine and minimize turf compaction. The Aercore 800 utilizes a tire pressure of 9 psi (62.1 kPa), where the closest competitor in its class in terms of productivity uses 12 psi (82.7 kPa) of tire pressure.


Coring head belt drive Coring head belt drive
Verticutter belt drive Verticutter belt drive

The Aercore© 800 and its optional verticutter attachment feature a belt-driven design, providing quiet and smooth operation that does not require any lubrication. Belts require very minimal maintenance compared to traditional chain drive systems.

 

Chains require lubrication to keep them running efficiently, and no golf course wants to have the opportunity of dropping excess grease on golf course playing surfaces. Belt drive systems only require proper belt tension and regular cleaning to limit debris buildup.

 

To further enhance serviceability, the Aercore 800 features sealed bearings throughout the entire coring head system. This simplifies maintenance and, once again, ensures excess grease is not dropped onto playing surfaces.

 

The belt drive system uses a cogged belt and cogged pulley. This makes it possible to time the coring head, limiting machine vibration and ensuring a perfect hole pattern. 

 

Timing the Aercore 800 is simple. Loosen both coring head idler pulleys so the belts can be moved away from the cogged pulleys. Use the bottom of the turf guards or a reference point on the frame to line up the outside two arms with one another. Naturally, the inside arms should be closely lined up as well. Slip the belts back on and tighten up the idler pulleys at the proper belt tension. The Aercore 800 is now in time.

 

The matched pair of cog belts provides long life and requires minimal adjustments.  Even the occasional belt replacement is made easy by having all the belt drive components located on top of the machine where they are easily accessible.


Verticutter attachment Verticutter attachment

The verticutter attachment may be fitted to any Aercore 800 machine equipped with the 25-hp Kohler® Command Series engine.

 

The verticutter utilizes carbide-tipped blades and may be operated to a maximum depth of 1-3/4 in. (44.5 mm) in any of the Aercore 800’s four operating gears. Soil conditions will determine whether or not maximum depth can be achieved. A 31.5-in. (80-cm) width matches the aeration width of the Aercore 800. The standard blade spacing from the factory is 1 in. (25.4 mm), but it can be increased or decreased using spacers in increments of 1/4 in. (6.4 mm).

 

Featuring a precise, no-tool depth adjustment, the verticutter attachment allows superintendents to operate at virtually any depth up to 1-3/4 in. (44.5 mm). A convenient handle and transport bracket allows the operator to lift the verticutter to a higher position for transporting.

 

The verticutter utilizes a belt drive system that engages when the coring head is lowered and disengages when the coring head is raised. By utilizing the same electrohydraulic lift/lower system currently on the Aercore 800, an operator may raise the verticutter without the engine running.

 

Standard tire scrapers for the verticutter eliminate any debris buildup to maintain a consistent verticutting depth.

 

Once installed, the versatility of the verticutter attachment allows the operator to aerate only, verticut only, or simultaneously aerate and verticut. To aerate only requires simply disengaging the verticutter belt drive, located underneath the belt drive cover. Superintendents choosing to verticut only may do so by simply disengaging the two coring head belts and securing them with the provided belt latches.

Simultaneous application in process Simultaneous application in process
Completed green Completed green

For golf courses that aerate and verticut as part of the same practice, the Aercore 800 equipped with the verticutter attachment allows both aerating and verticutting operations to be performed at exactly the same time. The simultaneous operation yields time and labor savings compared to traditional methods.


Mechanical transmission Mechanical transmission

Hydraulic leaks are a superintendent's worst nightmare. Not only do they have the potential to damage significant amounts of finely manicured turf, but in many cases, if the fluid is not biodegradable, the turf area must be dug up and replaced. Not to mention the dissatisfaction of the golfers who must play on unsightly turf that has been damaged by a hydraulic leak.

 

For that reason, the Aercore© 800 Aerator features a mechanical transmission as opposed to a hydraulic traction drive system. A mechanical transmission eliminates hydraulic leak opportunities, providing confidence the aeration process will run smoothly.

 

The Aercore 800 uses a five-speed transmission—four aeration gears and one transport gear. The four aeration gears are as follows:

  • First gear = 1.4-in. x 1.4-in. (3.6-cm x 3.6-cm) spacing (mini tines)
  • Second gear = 2-in. x 2-in. (5.1-cm x 5.1-cm) spacing
  • Third gear = 2.6-in. x 2-in. (6.6-cm x 5.1-cm) spacing
  • Fourth gear = 2.9-in. x 2-in. (7.4-cm x 5.1-cm) spacing

A mechanical transmission ensures hole spacing will be consistent and precise across every aeration pass. The gear selector is conveniently located within the operator's reach for easy speed and spacing selections.

 

The transport gear on the Aercore 800 safely directs the machine away from the operator during transport at a speed of 3.5 mph (5.6 km/h). Some competitive units transport at a speed of 4 mph (6.4 km/h), with this speed coming directly toward the operator. 

 

The integrated operator-presence bail system allows the operator to easily stop the machine by simply releasing the bail to bring the machine to a quick stop,should the need arise. In addition, the steering radius is limited in transport mode to provide even safer operation during transport.


Core deflectors Core deflectors

Standard drive tire core deflectors eliminate running over pulled cores from the previous aerification pass. The deflectors lift and lower with the coring head and push aside any cores that may lie in the path of the drive tires. They also float freely to follow even the most undulating greens.

 

By preventing the tires from running over pulled cores, the drive tire core deflectors improve the green cleanup process after aerification.

 

It is important to note it is not an issue to run over previously punched holes with a walk-behind aerator.  All greens require a cleanup and topdressing process once aerification is complete. People and machines are used on the greens to pick up cores and distribute topdressing, so the newly punched holes will get run over several times before the topdressing is put down.

 

The key issue is to ensure cores are not mashed down into the turf, hurting the effectiveness of the cleanup process and filling holes with undesirable material. The drive tire core deflectors do an outstanding job of making sure your greens are ready for the cleanup process, ensuring a more effective topdressing application that fills the new holes with desirable amendments.


Aeration depth adjustment Aeration depth adjustment
Verticutter depth adjustment Verticutter depth adjustment

The Aercore© 800 utilizes a pin and spacer system to establish aeration depth. This provides a simple system that is both easy to use and requires no tools for adjustment.

 

Once adjusted, the depth adjustment rests on the Aercore 800 frame when the coring head is lowered. By resting the depth adjuster against the frame, this ensures the depth of the hole is consistent across the surface being aerated. There are no electronic sensors or linkages to rely on when establishing the depth on the Aercore 800.

 

The depth adjustment on the optional verticutter attachment also requires no tools for adjustment. Just loosen the locking nut using the attached lever, and move the wheel up or down until it lines up with the desired depth. 

 

Because the verticutter counterrotates to the direction of travel, the blades are always being pulled into the turf. Therefore, you do not have to be concerned about the verticutter depth changing during operation.


Electrohydraulic lift system Electrohydraulic lift system

The Aercore© 800 Aerator features an electrohydraulic lift and lower system. When looking at a typical hydraulic lift system alone, it means the engine must be running in order to lift and lower the coring head. The engine physically turns the pump that controls the hydraulic system.

 

Not on the Aercore 800. The Aercore 800 system goes beyond hydraulic — it also has an electrical component. Basically, this system features an electric motor that turns a hydraulic pump to engage a hydraulic cylinder for raising and lowering the coring head.

 

 

If the machine runs out of gas or there is an engine failure during aerification, raise the coring head out of the ground by simply leaving the key switch in the run position and pressing the lift switch. Or simply release the operator-presence bail and the head automatically raises out of the ground. No need to break out the tools and start removing tine holders and turning hydraulic dump valves to remove the machine from the green.

 

The coring head must be raised to start the engine on the Aercore 800. Therefore, an automatic feature has been built in that, if an operator tries to start the engine with the coring head in the down position, the electrical system raises the head as soon as the key is moved to the run position to prepare for starting. All of this is done electrically and does not require the engine to be running.

 

Aren't hydraulics bad for greens if they leak? Yes, but not on the Aercore 800. The hydraulic fluid on the Aercore 800 is biodegradable. If it leaks, it does not need to be removed from the turf. Plus, since the only function is to lift and lower the coring head, it is not constantly being used, keeping the oil cool and preventing any heat damage should the system leak.

 

The speed at which the electrohydraulic lift/lower system operates also optimizes entry and exit hole quality. The head raises and lowers very quickly, getting the tine perpendicular to the turf as quickly as possible.


Aercore 800 Aercore 800

The Aercore© 800 is designed around simplicity, and that definitely applies to the ground-following system. In fact, it doesn't need a ground-following system at all.

 

If the coring head on any aerator were located anywhere other than precisely between the rear tires, a complex linkage system would be required in order to allow the coring head to float and follow undulations.

 

Take a tractor-mounted aerator for example. The aerator is located behind the rear tires. A float system is required to allow the aerator to follow the contours. As the tractor crests a hill, the natural tendency is to lift the aerator out of the ground. However, the three-point linkage and hydraulic floating system allows the aerator to follow the contours.

 

No such system is required on the Aercore 800. By locating the coring head precisely between the tires, the tining action perfectly follows the ground that is in contact with the rear tires. No complex linkages are required to enable the coring head to follow the contour. This also promotes consistency of hole depth across undulations.


Do you mow your greens with a 56-cm (22-in.) cutting unit, or do you mow them
with a 76-cm (30-in.) cutting unit? Most will agree that greens are mowed with 56-cm (22-in.) cutting units, or maybe even 45.7-cm (18-in.) cutting units. The 76 cm (30-in) cutting units are not acceptable for mowing greens.

Why do you mow greens with a narrower-width cutting unit? The answer is to eliminate opportunities for scalping, improving overall turf health and providing excellent cut quality. The narrower the cutting unit, the less risk there is of scalping the turf in an undulation.

 

The same principle applies during aeration. During aerification, you are looking to impact the top 3 in. to 4 in. (7.6 cm to 10.2 cm) of the soil profile. A narrow aerator is going to follow undulations much better than a wider one, keeping a more consistent depth throughout the aeration practice. A consistent depth means more compaction relief at the full depth of aeration and even more accurate topdressing applications.

Depth comparison Depth comparison

Look at the diagram above as an example. The picture to the left increases the width by 50 percent to 48 in. (123 cm), while the picture to the right shows the Aercore© 800. Both are aerating on the exact same slope.  As is shown, the wider aerator punches much shallower as you get to each end of the aerator.

 

Take particular note of the last two to three tines on each end of the 48-in. (123-cm) aerator that are significantly shallower than the outer tines on the Aercore 800. This means the top 3 in. to 4 in. (7.6 cm to 10.2 cm) you are trying to impact as part of the aeration process is now much less than that as you get farther from the aerator's center. 

 

When calculating topdressing, this is significant. Now the calculation you have run at 3 in. to 4 in. (7.6 cm to 10.2 cm) of depth, based on square footage aerated, means you will have purchased excess topdressing, and more importantly, you will not have impacted as much of the soil profile as anticipated.

 

This diagram proves the John Deere Aercore 800 does a much better job of keeping depth consistent across the entire undulation. Just like a greens mower, a narrow walk-behind aerator provides greater consistency on undulating terrain in comparison to wider machines.


Gas engine Gas engine

 

 

The Aercore© 800 utilizes a 25-hp (18.6-kW) gas engine. Why this much power with a 31.5-in. (80-cm) walk-behind aerator? There are two primary benefits.

 

The first benefit is the increased horsepower allows the engine to turn at a much-slower rpm on entry and exit when the throttle-back solenoid is turned on. The throttle-back solenoid slows the engine down on both entry and exit to eliminate tufting of the turf as the coring head lifts and lowers. 

 

Turning the engine as slowly as possible without stalling is key. The increased power provides sufficient power to the coring head at a reduced rpm to further improve entry and exit hole quality. This reduced rpm is preset from the factory and, in most cases, should not need further adjustment.

 

The second benefit is the Aercore 800 offers an optional verticutter attachment to provide an industry-exclusive aerating and verticutting combination. This tandem offers a productive and versatile option that no other competitor can do.

 

The 25-hp (18.6-kW) engine allows the verticutter alone to operate at a depth of up to 1.75 in. (4.4 cm). Also, the increased horsepower allows the aerator and verticutter to be run simultaneously to impact even more surface area and further reduce compaction as part of the aeration process. Course conditions will dictate how deep the verticutter can be run in combination with a maximum aeration depth.

*At 3600 rpm. Engine manufacturer gross power per SAE J1940. Tested in accordance with
SAE J1995. The engine hp and torque information are provided by the engine manufacturer to be
used for comparison purposes only. Actual operating hp and torque will be less. Refer to the
engine manufacturer’s website for additional information.


Specs
Key Specs
Swath width 800.1 mm
31.5 in.
Lift system type Electro-hydraulic, electric pump, single hydraulic actuator; does not require engine to be running to lift/lower
Coring Depth
U U
R R
Coring Patterns
1st gear With mini tines: 36x36 mm
1.4x1.4 in.
2nd gear 50x50 mm
2.0x2.0 in.
3rd gear 65x50 mm
2.6x2.0 in.
4th gear 75x50 mm
2.9x2.0 in.
Dimensions
Weight 595 kg
1312 lb
Height 1110 mm
44 in.
Width 1473 mm
58 in.
Length 2134 mm
84 in.
Engine
Cycle Four
Displacement 725 cc
44.2 cu in.
Fuel capacity 18.9 L
5 U.S. gal.
Fuel mixture Regular unleaded, leaded
Ignition Solid State
Air filter Dual stage
Starter Electric/Solenoid
Lift System
l l
Operator Presence System
o o
Sound Levels
Attachments installed Tines; verticutter
Operator ear With tines only: 85 dBA
With tines and verticutter: 86 dBA
Measuring standard ISO 11201
Tires/Wheels
One steer tire 20x10-10, 55-69 kPa
20x10-10, 8-10 psi
Two drive tires 20x10-10, 55-69 kPa
20x10-10, 8-10 psi
Accessories and Attachments
Miscellaneous

Includes tine holders, turf guards, and one set of 1/4-in. open-sided mini tines.


Needle tine kitNeedle tine kit

The needle tine kit meets the needs of those who want the smallest holes possible when aerating greens. There are two major benefits of using needle tines when aerating greens. First, there are no cores to pick up, thus the cost of labor for the aerification process is reduced. Second, golfers can play immediately after aerification, thus minimizing the disruption of play.

 

Kit includes four tine holders, two turf guards, and 24 5-mm tines.

NOTE: 8-mm tines are also available and can be ordered as a separate part (TCU51897). The needle tine holder will accommodate both sizes of tines.


Verticutter attachmentVerticutter attachment

The verticutter attachment may be fitted to any Aercore™ 800 machine that is equipped with the 25-hp Kohler® Command Series engine.

 

The verticutter utilizes carbide-tipped blades and may be operated to a maximum depth of 1-3/4 in. (44.5 mm) in any of the Aercore 800’s four operating gears. Soil conditions will determine whether or not maximum depth can be achieved. A 31.5-in. (80-cm) width matches the aeration width of the Aercore 800. The standard blade spacing from the factory is 1 in. (25.4 mm), but can be increased or decreased using spacers in increments of 1/4 in. (6.4 mm).

 

Featuring a precise no-tool depth adjustment, the verticutter attachment allows superintendents to operate at virtually any depth up to 1-3/4 in. (44.5 mm). A convenient handle and transport bracket allows the operator to lift the verticutter to a higher position for transporting.

 

The verticutter utilizes a belt-drive system that engages when the coring head is lowered and disengages when the coring head is raised. By utilizing the same electrohydraulic lift/lower system currently on the Aercore 800, an operator may raise the verticutter without the engine running.

 

Standard tire scrapers for the verticutter eliminate any debris buildup to maintain consistent verticutting depth.

 

Once installed, the versatility of the verticutter attachment allows for the operator to aerate only, verticut only, or simultaneously aerate and verticut. To aerate only requires simply disengaging the verticutter belt drive, located underneath the belt drive cover. Superintendents choosing to verticut only may do so by simply disengaging the two coring head belts and securing them with the provided belt latches.

 

For golf courses that aerate and verticut as part of the same practice, the Aercore 800 equipped with the verticutter attachment allows for both aerating and verticutting operations to be performed at exactly the same time. The simultaneous operation yields time and labor savings compared to traditional methods.

 

Kohler is a U.S.-registered trademark of Kohler Co.


Attaches to the rear of the aerator to gather cores in a row for easier pickup.


Tine Holders

There are four sizes of tine holders available for the Aercore™ 800:

  • 4X tine holders for tines with 7/8-in. (22.2-mm) mount that leave a 3/4-in. to 1-in. (19-mm to 25.4-mm) hole.
  • 4X tine holders for tines with 3/4-in. (19.05-mm) mount that leave a 1/2-in. to 3/4-in. (12.7-mm to 19-mm) hole.
  • Mini tine holders for tines with 3/8-in. (9.65-mm) mount. Mini tines are for creating a significant number of small holes in a relatively small area to improve percolation. These tines are normally used during the high-stress summer months to provide spot relief to areas under heat stress. Mini tines are also used for overseeding areas.
  • Needle tine holders for 5-mm and 8-mm needle tines. Needle tines are for those who want the smallest hole possible when relieving greens during times of stress. They eliminate disruption of play while allowing air, water, and nutrients to penetrate the root zone.

There are four sizes of tine holders available for the Aercore™ 800:

  • 4X tine holders for tines with 7/8-in. (22.2-mm) mount that leave a 3/4-in. to 1-in. (19-mm to 25.4-mm) hole.
  • 4X tine holders for tines with 3/4-in. (19.05-mm) mount that leave a 1/2-in. to 3/4-in. (12.7-mm to 19-mm) hole.
  • Mini tine holders for tines with 3/8-in. (9.65-mm) mount. Mini tines are for creating a significant number of small holes in a relatively small area to improve percolation. These tines are normally used during the high-stress summer months to provide spot relief to areas under heat stress. Mini tines are also used for overseeding areas.
  • Needle tine holders for 5-mm and 8-mm needle tines. Needle tines are for those who want the smallest hole possible when relieving greens during times of stress. They eliminate disruption of play while allowing air, water, and nutrients to penetrate the root zone.

There are four sizes of tine holders available for the Aercore™ 800:

  • 4X tine holders for tines with 7/8-in. (22.2-mm) mount that leave a 3/4-in. to 1-in. (19-mm to 25.4-mm) hole.
  • 4X tine holders for tines with 3/4-in. (19.05-mm) mount that leave a 1/2-in. to 3/4-in. (12.7-mm to 19-mm) hole.
  • Mini tine holders for tines with 3/8-in. (9.65-mm) mount. Mini tines are for creating a significant number of small holes in a relatively small area to improve percolation. These tines are normally used during the high-stress summer months to provide spot relief to areas under heat stress. Mini tines are also used for overseeding areas.
  • Needle tine holders for 5-mm and 8-mm needle tines. Needle tines are for those who want the smallest hole possible when relieving greens during times of stress. They eliminate disruption of play while allowing air, water, and nutrients to penetrate the root zone.

Needle Tine Holder, Less Tines & Core Deflector - TCA51345


Tines
Fairway side ejectFairway side eject

Side-eject tine used for stickier soils that may tend to plug tubular tipped tines.

 

HDT - the highest quality of tine in the range. A hardened tip is joined to a high-quality body. These tines are exceptionally long lasting. Furthermore, the tine will retain its length during its working life, so the holes on the last green aerated will be comparable with the first green aerated.

 

HD - the same high-quality body as the HDT, but without the high-specification hardened tip. Tine length remains more consistent than conventional tines.

 

Variables such as soil conditions and operator behavior will influence actual life expectancy.

Please click on the links below for information on other high-quality John Deere tines:

 

HD/HDT tubular tines

Side-eject HDT tines

Tubular fairway tines

Medium-duty tubular tines

Mini tines

Solid cross tines

Conventional solid tines

Bayonet tines

Needle tines

 

Description 

Part number 

 Mount

External diameter (mm)

External diameter (in.)

Wall thickness (mm) 

Internal diameter (mm) 

Internal diameter (in.)

Length (mm) 

Length (in.) 

13/16-in. HD side eject

TCU17456

3/4

18.5

0.73

3

12.5

0.49

152

6

13/16-in. HDT side eject

 TCU17457

 3/4

 18.3

 0.72

 3

 12.3

 0.485

 152

 6

7/8-in. HD side eject

 TCU17342

3/4

 19.1

 0.75

2.2

 14.6

 0.575

 152

 6

1-in. HD side eject

TCU17331

7/8

25

1

4.9

15.2

0.6

140

5.5

1-in. HDT side eject

 TCU17332

 7/8

 25

 1

 4.9

 15.2

 0.6

 140

 5.5


Fairway tubular/top ejectFairway tubular/top eject

Having compaction problems on the fairways? These tines pull a larger core than any other John Deere tine.

 

HDT -- the highest quality of tine in the range. A hardened tip is joined to a high-quality body. These tines are exceptionally long lasting. Furthermore, the tines will retain their length during their working life, so the holes on the last green aerated will be comparable with the first green aerated.

 

HD - the same high-quality body as the HDT, but without the high-specification hardened tip. Tine length remains more consistent than conventional tines.

 

Variables such as soil conditions and operator behavior will influence actual life expectancy.

Please click on the links below for information on other high-quality John Deere tines:

 

HD/HDT tubular tines

Side-eject fairway tines

Side-eject HDT tines

Medium-duty tubular tines

Mini tines

Solid cross tines

Conventional solid tines

Bayonet tines

Needle tines

 

Description 

Part number 

 Mount

External diameter (mm)

External diameter (in.)

Wall thickness (mm) 

Internal diameter (mm) 

Internal diameter (in.)

Length (mm) 

Length (in.) 

1-in. HD tubular top eject

TCU17333

7/8

25.4

1

5.1

15.2

0.6

140

5.5

1-in. HDT tubular top eject

 TCU17334

 7/8

 25.4

 1

 5.1

 15.2

0 .6

 140

 5.5


Fairway side ejectFairway side eject

Side-eject tine used for stickier soils that may tend to plug tubular tipped tines.

 

HDT - the highest quality of tine in the range. A hardened tip is joined to a high-quality body. These tines are exceptionally long lasting. Furthermore, the tine will retain its length during its working life, so the holes on the last green aerated will be comparable with the first green aerated.

 

HD - the same high-quality body as the HDT, but without the high-specification hardened tip. Tine length remains more consistent than conventional tines.

 

Variables such as soil conditions and operator behavior will influence actual life expectancy.

Please click on the links below for information on other high-quality John Deere tines:

 

HD/HDT tubular tines

Side-eject HDT tines

Tubular fairway tines

Medium-duty tubular tines

Mini tines

Solid cross tines

Conventional solid tines

Bayonet tines

Needle tines

 

Description 

Part number 

 Mount

External diameter (mm)

External diameter (in.)

Wall thickness (mm) 

Internal diameter (mm) 

Internal diameter (in.)

Length (mm) 

Length (in.) 

13/16-in. HD side eject

TCU17456

3/4

18.5

0.73

3

12.5

0.49

152

6

13/16-in. HDT side eject

 TCU17457

 3/4

 18.3

 0.72

 3

 12.3

 0.485

 152

 6

7/8-in. HD side eject

 TCU17342

3/4

 19.1

 0.75

2.2

 14.6

 0.575

 152

 6

1-in. HD side eject

TCU17331

7/8

25

1

4.9

15.2

0.6

140

5.5

1-in. HDT side eject

 TCU17332

 7/8

 25

 1

 4.9

 15.2

 0.6

 140

 5.5


Fairway tubular/top ejectFairway tubular/top eject

Having compaction problems on the fairways? These tines pull a larger core than any other John Deere tine.

 

HDT -- the highest quality of tine in the range. A hardened tip is joined to a high-quality body. These tines are exceptionally long lasting. Furthermore, the tines will retain their length during their working life, so the holes on the last green aerated will be comparable with the first green aerated.

 

HD - the same high-quality body as the HDT, but without the high-specification hardened tip. Tine length remains more consistent than conventional tines.

 

Variables such as soil conditions and operator behavior will influence actual life expectancy.

Please click on the links below for information on other high-quality John Deere tines:

 

HD/HDT tubular tines

Side-eject fairway tines

Side-eject HDT tines

Medium-duty tubular tines

Mini tines

Solid cross tines

Conventional solid tines

Bayonet tines

Needle tines

 

Description 

Part number 

 Mount

External diameter (mm)

External diameter (in.)

Wall thickness (mm) 

Internal diameter (mm) 

Internal diameter (in.)

Length (mm) 

Length (in.) 

1-in. HD tubular top eject

TCU17333

7/8

25.4

1

5.1

15.2

0.6

140

5.5

1-in. HDT tubular top eject

 TCU17334

 7/8

 25.4

 1

 5.1

 15.2

0 .6

 140

 5.5


Conventional tubular coring tinesConventional tubular coring tines

Conventional tubular coring tines that can be used on greens, tees, approaches, and fairways.

 

MD - medium-duty tine. Lower-cost tines in comparison to the HD and HDT tines, but also shorter life.

Please click on the links below for information on other high-quality John Deere tines:

 

HD/HDT tubular tines

Side-eject fairway tines

Side-eject HDT tines

Tubular fairway tines

Mini tines

Solid cross tines

Conventional solid tines

Bayonet tines

Needle tines

 

Description 

Part number 

 Mount

External diameter (mm)

External diameter (in.)

Wall thickness (mm) 

Internal diameter (mm) 

Internal diameter (in.)

Length (mm) 

Length (in.) 

3/8-in. tubular top-eject MD

TCU17449

3/4

11.1

0.438

1.6

7.9

0.313

146

5.75

1/2-in. tubular top-eject MD

 TCU17450

 3/4

 14.3

 0.563

 2.4

 9.5

 0.375

 146

 5.75

5/8-in. tubular top-eject MD

 TCU17451

3/4

 15.9

 0.625

1.6

 12.7

0.5

 146

 5.75

3/4-in. tubular top-eject MD

 TCU18638

 7/8

 19.1

 0.75

 2.4

 14.3

0.563

 146

 5.75


Tubular top-eject coring tinesTubular top-eject coring tines

The popular selection for coring on greens, tee boxes, approaches, and fairways.

 

HDT - the highest quality of tine in the range. A hardened tip is joined to a high-quality body. These tines are exceptionally long lasting. Furthermore, the tine will retain its length during its working life, so the holes on the last green aerated will be comparable with the first green aerated.

 

HD - the same high-quality body as the HDT, but without the high-specification hardened tip. Tine length remains more consistent than conventional tines.

 

Variables such as soil conditions and operator behavior will influence actual life expectancy.

Please click on the links below for information on other high-quality John Deere tines:

 

Side-eject fairway tines

Side-eject HDT tines

Tubular fairway tines

Medium-duty tubular tines

Mini tines

Solid cross tines

Conventional solid tines

Bayonet tines

Needle tines

 

Description 

Part number 

 Mount

External diameter (mm)

External diameter (in.)

Wall thickness (mm) 

Internal diameter (mm) 

Internal diameter (in.)

Length (mm) 

Length (in.) 

 1/2-in. HD tubular top eject

 TCU17343

 3/4

 13.3

 0.523

 2.2

 8.8

 0.346

 140

 5.5

 1/2-in. HDT tubular top eject

 TCU17344

 3/4

 13.3

 0.523

 2.2

 8.8

 0.346

 146

 5.75

 5/8-in. HD tubular top eject

 TCU17355

 3/4

 16

 0.63

 1.9

 12.2

 0.481

 140

 5.5

 5/8-in. HDT tubular top eject

 TCU17356

 3/4

 16

 0.63

 1.9

 12.2

 0.481

 146

 5.75

 3/4-in. HD tubular top eject

 TCU17454

 7/8

 19.1

 0.75

 2.7

 13.7

 0.54

 159

 6.25

 3/4-in. HDT tubular top eject

 TCU17340

 7/8

 19.1

 0.75

 2.7

 13.7

 0.54

 159

 6.25


Side-eject tines - HDTSide-eject tines - HDT

Side-eject tines are useful in soils that tend to plug tubular tines, particularly fairways.

 

HDT - the highest quality of tine in the range. A hardened tip is joined to a high-quality body. These tines are exceptionally long lasting. Furthermore, the tine will retain its length during its working life, so the holes on the last green aerate will be comparable with the first green aerated.

 

Variables such as soil conditions and operator behavior will influence actual life expectancy.

Please click on the links below for information on other high-quality John Deere tines:

 

HD/HDT tubular tines

Side-eject fairway tines

Tubular fairway tines

Medium-duty tubular tines

Mini tines

Solid cross tines

Conventional solid tines

Bayonet tines

Needle tines

 

Description 

Part number 

 Mount

External diameter (mm)

External diameter (in.)

Wall thickness (mm) 

Internal diameter (mm) 

Internal diameter (in.)

Length (mm) 

Length (in.) 

 1/2-in. HDT side eject

 TCU17345

 3/4

 13.3

 0.523

 2.2

 8.8

 0.346

 146

 5.75

 5/8-in. HDT side eject

 TCU17337

 3/4

 16

 0.63

 1.9

 12.2

 0.481

 146

 5.75

 3/4-in. HDT side-eject

 TCU17341

 7/8

 19.1

 0.75

 2.7

 13.7

 0.54

 159

 6.25


Tubular top-eject coring tinesTubular top-eject coring tines

The popular selection for coring on greens, tee boxes, approaches, and fairways.

 

HDT - the highest quality of tine in the range. A hardened tip is joined to a high-quality body. These tines are exceptionally long lasting. Furthermore, the tine will retain its length during its working life, so the holes on the last green aerated will be comparable with the first green aerated.

 

HD - the same high-quality body as the HDT, but without the high-specification hardened tip. Tine length remains more consistent than conventional tines.

 

Variables such as soil conditions and operator behavior will influence actual life expectancy.

Please click on the links below for information on other high-quality John Deere tines:

 

Side-eject fairway tines

Side-eject HDT tines

Tubular fairway tines

Medium-duty tubular tines

Mini tines

Solid cross tines

Conventional solid tines

Bayonet tines

Needle tines

 

Description 

Part number 

 Mount

External diameter (mm)

External diameter (in.)

Wall thickness (mm) 

Internal diameter (mm) 

Internal diameter (in.)

Length (mm) 

Length (in.) 

 1/2-in. HD tubular top eject

 TCU17343

 3/4

 13.3

 0.523

 2.2

 8.8

 0.346

 140

 5.5

 1/2-in. HDT tubular top eject

 TCU17344

 3/4

 13.3

 0.523

 2.2

 8.8

 0.346

 146

 5.75

 5/8-in. HD tubular top eject

 TCU17355

 3/4

 16

 0.63

 1.9

 12.2

 0.481

 140

 5.5

 5/8-in. HDT tubular top eject

 TCU17356

 3/4

 16

 0.63

 1.9

 12.2

 0.481

 146

 5.75

 3/4-in. HD tubular top eject

 TCU17454

 7/8

 19.1

 0.75

 2.7

 13.7

 0.54

 159

 6.25

 3/4-in. HDT tubular top eject

 TCU17340

 7/8

 19.1

 0.75

 2.7

 13.7

 0.54

 159

 6.25


Mini tinesMini tines

Allow for a quicker recovery period for the playing surface. Pulls a core with minimal surface disruption.

 

HDT - the highest quality of tine in the range. A hardened tip is joined to a high-quality body. These tines are exceptionally long lasting. Furthermore, the tine will retain its length during its working life, so the holes on the last green aerated will be comparable with the first green aerated.

 

HD - the same high-quality body as the HDT, but without the high-specification hardened tip. Tine length remains more consistent than conventional tines.

 

Variables such as soil conditions and operator behavior will influence actual life expectancy.

Please click on the links below for information on other high-quality John Deere tines:

 

HD/HDT tubular tines

Side-eject fairway tines

Side-eject HDT tines

Tubular fairway tines

Medium-duty tubular tines

Solid cross tines

Conventional solid tines

Bayonet tines

Needle tines

 

Description 

Part number 

 Mount

External diameter (mm)

External diameter (in.)

Wall thickness (mm) 

Internal diameter (mm) 

Internal diameter (in.)

Length (mm) 

Length (in.) 

Mini tine HD

 TCU17452

 Mini

 7.9

 0.31

 1.1

 5.6

 0.221

 127

 5

Mini tine HDT

 TCU17453

 Mini

 7.9

 0.31

1.2

 5.5

 0.218

 130

 5.25

 Super mini HD

 TCU17347

 Mini

 10.7

 0.42

 1.5

 7.6

 0.3

 114

 4.5

Super mini HDT

 TCU17348

 Mini

 10.7

 0.42

 1.5

 7.6

 0.3

 117

 4.625


Fairway side ejectFairway side eject

Side-eject tine used for stickier soils that may tend to plug tubular tipped tines.

 

HDT - the highest quality of tine in the range. A hardened tip is joined to a high-quality body. These tines are exceptionally long lasting. Furthermore, the tine will retain its length during its working life, so the holes on the last green aerated will be comparable with the first green aerated.

 

HD - the same high-quality body as the HDT, but without the high-specification hardened tip. Tine length remains more consistent than conventional tines.

 

Variables such as soil conditions and operator behavior will influence actual life expectancy.

Please click on the links below for information on other high-quality John Deere tines:

 

HD/HDT tubular tines

Side-eject HDT tines

Tubular fairway tines

Medium-duty tubular tines

Mini tines

Solid cross tines

Conventional solid tines

Bayonet tines

Needle tines

 

Description 

Part number 

 Mount

External diameter (mm)

External diameter (in.)

Wall thickness (mm) 

Internal diameter (mm) 

Internal diameter (in.)

Length (mm) 

Length (in.) 

13/16-in. HD side eject

TCU17456

3/4

18.5

0.73

3

12.5

0.49

152

6

13/16-in. HDT side eject

 TCU17457

 3/4

 18.3

 0.72

 3

 12.3

 0.485

 152

 6

7/8-in. HD side eject

 TCU17342

3/4

 19.1

 0.75

2.2

 14.6

 0.575

 152

 6

1-in. HD side eject

TCU17331

7/8

25

1

4.9

15.2

0.6

140

5.5

1-in. HDT side eject

 TCU17332

 7/8

 25

 1

 4.9

 15.2

 0.6

 140

 5.5


Fairway side ejectFairway side eject

Side-eject tine used for stickier soils that may tend to plug tubular tipped tines.

 

HDT - the highest quality of tine in the range. A hardened tip is joined to a high-quality body. These tines are exceptionally long lasting. Furthermore, the tine will retain its length during its working life, so the holes on the last green aerated will be comparable with the first green aerated.

 

HD - the same high-quality body as the HDT, but without the high-specification hardened tip. Tine length remains more consistent than conventional tines.

 

Variables such as soil conditions and operator behavior will influence actual life expectancy.

Please click on the links below for information on other high-quality John Deere tines:

 

HD/HDT tubular tines

Side-eject HDT tines

Tubular fairway tines

Medium-duty tubular tines

Mini tines

Solid cross tines

Conventional solid tines

Bayonet tines

Needle tines

 

Description 

Part number 

 Mount

External diameter (mm)

External diameter (in.)

Wall thickness (mm) 

Internal diameter (mm) 

Internal diameter (in.)

Length (mm) 

Length (in.) 

13/16-in. HD side eject

TCU17456

3/4

18.5

0.73

3

12.5

0.49

152

6

13/16-in. HDT side eject

 TCU17457

 3/4

 18.3

 0.72

 3

 12.3

 0.485

 152

 6

7/8-in. HD side eject

 TCU17342

3/4

 19.1

 0.75

2.2

 14.6

 0.575

 152

 6

1-in. HD side eject

TCU17331

7/8

25

1

4.9

15.2

0.6

140

5.5

1-in. HDT side eject

 TCU17332

 7/8

 25

 1

 4.9

 15.2

 0.6

 140

 5.5


Conventional tubular coring tinesConventional tubular coring tines

Conventional tubular coring tines that can be used on greens, tees, approaches, and fairways.

 

MD - medium-duty tine. Lower-cost tines in comparison to the HD and HDT tines, but also shorter life.

Please click on the links below for information on other high-quality John Deere tines:

 

HD/HDT tubular tines

Side-eject fairway tines

Side-eject HDT tines

Tubular fairway tines

Mini tines

Solid cross tines

Conventional solid tines

Bayonet tines

Needle tines

 

Description 

Part number 

 Mount

External diameter (mm)

External diameter (in.)

Wall thickness (mm) 

Internal diameter (mm) 

Internal diameter (in.)

Length (mm) 

Length (in.) 

3/8-in. tubular top-eject MD

TCU17449

3/4

11.1

0.438

1.6

7.9

0.313

146

5.75

1/2-in. tubular top-eject MD

 TCU17450

 3/4

 14.3

 0.563

 2.4

 9.5

 0.375

 146

 5.75

5/8-in. tubular top-eject MD

 TCU17451

3/4

 15.9

 0.625

1.6

 12.7

0.5

 146

 5.75

3/4-in. tubular top-eject MD

 TCU18638

 7/8

 19.1

 0.75

 2.4

 14.3

0.563

 146

 5.75


Tubular top-eject coring tinesTubular top-eject coring tines

The popular selection for coring on greens, tee boxes, approaches, and fairways.

 

HDT - the highest quality of tine in the range. A hardened tip is joined to a high-quality body. These tines are exceptionally long lasting. Furthermore, the tine will retain its length during its working life, so the holes on the last green aerated will be comparable with the first green aerated.

 

HD - the same high-quality body as the HDT, but without the high-specification hardened tip. Tine length remains more consistent than conventional tines.

 

Variables such as soil conditions and operator behavior will influence actual life expectancy.

Please click on the links below for information on other high-quality John Deere tines:

 

Side-eject fairway tines

Side-eject HDT tines

Tubular fairway tines

Medium-duty tubular tines

Mini tines

Solid cross tines

Conventional solid tines

Bayonet tines

Needle tines

 

Description 

Part number 

 Mount

External diameter (mm)

External diameter (in.)

Wall thickness (mm) 

Internal diameter (mm) 

Internal diameter (in.)

Length (mm) 

Length (in.) 

 1/2-in. HD tubular top eject

 TCU17343

 3/4

 13.3

 0.523

 2.2

 8.8

 0.346

 140

 5.5

 1/2-in. HDT tubular top eject

 TCU17344

 3/4

 13.3

 0.523

 2.2

 8.8

 0.346

 146

 5.75

 5/8-in. HD tubular top eject

 TCU17355

 3/4

 16

 0.63

 1.9

 12.2

 0.481

 140

 5.5

 5/8-in. HDT tubular top eject

 TCU17356

 3/4

 16

 0.63

 1.9

 12.2

 0.481

 146

 5.75

 3/4-in. HD tubular top eject

 TCU17454

 7/8

 19.1

 0.75

 2.7

 13.7

 0.54

 159

 6.25

 3/4-in. HDT tubular top eject

 TCU17340

 7/8

 19.1

 0.75

 2.7

 13.7

 0.54

 159

 6.25


Side-eject tines - HDTSide-eject tines - HDT

Side-eject tines are useful in soils that tend to plug tubular tines, particularly fairways.

 

HDT - the highest quality of tine in the range. A hardened tip is joined to a high-quality body. These tines are exceptionally long lasting. Furthermore, the tine will retain its length during its working life, so the holes on the last green aerate will be comparable with the first green aerated.

 

Variables such as soil conditions and operator behavior will influence actual life expectancy.

Please click on the links below for information on other high-quality John Deere tines:

 

HD/HDT tubular tines

Side-eject fairway tines

Tubular fairway tines

Medium-duty tubular tines

Mini tines

Solid cross tines

Conventional solid tines

Bayonet tines

Needle tines

 

Description 

Part number 

 Mount

External diameter (mm)

External diameter (in.)

Wall thickness (mm) 

Internal diameter (mm) 

Internal diameter (in.)

Length (mm) 

Length (in.) 

 1/2-in. HDT side eject

 TCU17345

 3/4

 13.3

 0.523

 2.2

 8.8

 0.346

 146

 5.75

 5/8-in. HDT side eject

 TCU17337

 3/4

 16

 0.63

 1.9

 12.2

 0.481

 146

 5.75

 3/4-in. HDT side-eject

 TCU17341

 7/8

 19.1

 0.75

 2.7

 13.7

 0.54

 159

 6.25


Tubular top-eject coring tinesTubular top-eject coring tines

The popular selection for coring on greens, tee boxes, approaches, and fairways.

 

HDT - the highest quality of tine in the range. A hardened tip is joined to a high-quality body. These tines are exceptionally long lasting. Furthermore, the tine will retain its length during its working life, so the holes on the last green aerated will be comparable with the first green aerated.

 

HD - the same high-quality body as the HDT, but without the high-specification hardened tip. Tine length remains more consistent than conventional tines.

 

Variables such as soil conditions and operator behavior will influence actual life expectancy.

Please click on the links below for information on other high-quality John Deere tines:

 

Side-eject fairway tines

Side-eject HDT tines

Tubular fairway tines

Medium-duty tubular tines

Mini tines

Solid cross tines

Conventional solid tines

Bayonet tines

Needle tines

 

Description 

Part number 

 Mount

External diameter (mm)

External diameter (in.)

Wall thickness (mm) 

Internal diameter (mm) 

Internal diameter (in.)

Length (mm) 

Length (in.) 

 1/2-in. HD tubular top eject

 TCU17343

 3/4

 13.3

 0.523

 2.2

 8.8

 0.346

 140

 5.5

 1/2-in. HDT tubular top eject

 TCU17344

 3/4

 13.3

 0.523

 2.2

 8.8

 0.346

 146

 5.75

 5/8-in. HD tubular top eject

 TCU17355

 3/4

 16

 0.63

 1.9

 12.2

 0.481

 140

 5.5

 5/8-in. HDT tubular top eject

 TCU17356

 3/4

 16

 0.63

 1.9

 12.2

 0.481

 146

 5.75

 3/4-in. HD tubular top eject

 TCU17454

 7/8

 19.1

 0.75

 2.7

 13.7

 0.54

 159

 6.25

 3/4-in. HDT tubular top eject

 TCU17340

 7/8

 19.1

 0.75

 2.7

 13.7

 0.54

 159

 6.25


Conventional tubular coring tinesConventional tubular coring tines

Conventional tubular coring tines that can be used on greens, tees, approaches, and fairways.

 

MD - medium-duty tine. Lower-cost tines in comparison to the HD and HDT tines, but also shorter life.

Please click on the links below for information on other high-quality John Deere tines:

 

HD/HDT tubular tines

Side-eject fairway tines

Side-eject HDT tines

Tubular fairway tines

Mini tines

Solid cross tines

Conventional solid tines

Bayonet tines

Needle tines

 

Description 

Part number 

 Mount

External diameter (mm)

External diameter (in.)

Wall thickness (mm) 

Internal diameter (mm) 

Internal diameter (in.)

Length (mm) 

Length (in.) 

3/8-in. tubular top-eject MD

TCU17449

3/4

11.1

0.438

1.6

7.9

0.313

146

5.75

1/2-in. tubular top-eject MD

 TCU17450

 3/4

 14.3

 0.563

 2.4

 9.5

 0.375

 146

 5.75

5/8-in. tubular top-eject MD

 TCU17451

3/4

 15.9

 0.625

1.6

 12.7

0.5

 146

 5.75

3/4-in. tubular top-eject MD

 TCU18638

 7/8

 19.1

 0.75

 2.4

 14.3

0.563

 146

 5.75


Conventional solidtinesConventional solidtines

Conventional solid tines, but with the long-life benefits of the HD design. Used when pulling a core is not necessary or desirable.

 

HD - the same high-quality body as the HDT, but without the high-specification hardened tip. Tine length remains more consistent than conventional tines.

 

Variables such as soil conditions and operator behavior will influence actual life expectancy.

Please click on the links below for information on other high-quality John Deere tines:

 

HD/HDT tubular tines

Side-eject fairway tines

Side-eject HDT tines

Tubular fairway tines

Medium-duty tubular tines

Mini tines

Solid cross tines

Bayonet tines

Needle tines

 

Description 

Part number 

 Mount

External diameter (mm)

External diameter (in.)

Length (mm) 

Length (in.) 

3/8-in. HD solid

TCU17346

Mini

9

0.375

127

5

5/8-in. HD solid

TCU17338

3/4

15.9

0.625

127

5

5/8-in. HD solid

 TCU17339

 3/4

 15.9

 0.625

 178

 7


Needle tinesNeedle tines

Needle tines allow in-season treatment to introduce air and water into the root zone. Play can resume almost immediately. For those who believe in little and often. Popular during high-stress times of the year when air and water requirements are increased.

 

Variables such as soil conditions and operator behavior will influence actual life expectancy.

Please click on the links below for information on other high-quality John Deere tines:

 

HD/HDT tubular tines

Side-eject fairway tines

Side-eject HDT tines

Tubular fairway tines

Medium-duty tubular tines

Mini tines

Solid cross tines

Conventional solid tines

Bayonet tines

 

Description 

Part number 

 Mount

External diameter (mm)

External diameter (in.)

Length (mm) 

Length (in.) 

5-mm needle tine

TCU15712

Needle

5

0.197

117

4.625

8-mm needle tine

TCU15726

Needle

8

0.315

117

4.625


Conventional tubular coring tinesConventional tubular coring tines

Conventional tubular coring tines that can be used on greens, tees, approaches, and fairways.

 

MD - medium-duty tine. Lower-cost tines in comparison to the HD and HDT tines, but also shorter life.

Please click on the links below for information on other high-quality John Deere tines:

 

HD/HDT tubular tines

Side-eject fairway tines

Side-eject HDT tines

Tubular fairway tines

Mini tines

Solid cross tines

Conventional solid tines

Bayonet tines

Needle tines

 

Description 

Part number 

 Mount

External diameter (mm)

External diameter (in.)

Wall thickness (mm) 

Internal diameter (mm) 

Internal diameter (in.)

Length (mm) 

Length (in.) 

3/8-in. tubular top-eject MD

TCU17449

3/4

11.1

0.438

1.6

7.9

0.313

146

5.75

1/2-in. tubular top-eject MD

 TCU17450

 3/4

 14.3

 0.563

 2.4

 9.5

 0.375

 146

 5.75

5/8-in. tubular top-eject MD

 TCU17451

3/4

 15.9

 0.625

1.6

 12.7

0.5

 146

 5.75

3/4-in. tubular top-eject MD

 TCU18638

 7/8

 19.1

 0.75

 2.4

 14.3

0.563

 146

 5.75


Conventional solidtinesConventional solidtines

Conventional solid tines, but with the long-life benefits of the HD design. Used when pulling a core is not necessary or desirable.

 

HD - the same high-quality body as the HDT, but without the high-specification hardened tip. Tine length remains more consistent than conventional tines.

 

Variables such as soil conditions and operator behavior will influence actual life expectancy.

Please click on the links below for information on other high-quality John Deere tines:

 

HD/HDT tubular tines

Side-eject fairway tines

Side-eject HDT tines

Tubular fairway tines

Medium-duty tubular tines

Mini tines

Solid cross tines

Bayonet tines

Needle tines

 

Description 

Part number 

 Mount

External diameter (mm)

External diameter (in.)

Length (mm) 

Length (in.) 

3/8-in. HD solid

TCU17346

Mini

9

0.375

127

5

5/8-in. HD solid

TCU17338

3/4

15.9

0.625

127

5

5/8-in. HD solid

 TCU17339

 3/4

 15.9

 0.625

 178

 7


Conventional solidtinesConventional solidtines

Conventional solid tines, but with the long-life benefits of the HD design. Used when pulling a core is not necessary or desirable.

 

HD - the same high-quality body as the HDT, but without the high-specification hardened tip. Tine length remains more consistent than conventional tines.

 

Variables such as soil conditions and operator behavior will influence actual life expectancy.

Please click on the links below for information on other high-quality John Deere tines:

 

HD/HDT tubular tines

Side-eject fairway tines

Side-eject HDT tines

Tubular fairway tines

Medium-duty tubular tines

Mini tines

Solid cross tines

Bayonet tines

Needle tines

 

Description 

Part number 

 Mount

External diameter (mm)

External diameter (in.)

Length (mm) 

Length (in.) 

3/8-in. HD solid

TCU17346

Mini

9

0.375

127

5

5/8-in. HD solid

TCU17338

3/4

15.9

0.625

127

5

5/8-in. HD solid

 TCU17339

 3/4

 15.9

 0.625

 178

 7


Tubular top-eject coring tinesTubular top-eject coring tines

The popular selection for coring on greens, tee boxes, approaches, and fairways.

 

HDT - the highest quality of tine in the range. A hardened tip is joined to a high-quality body. These tines are exceptionally long lasting. Furthermore, the tine will retain its length during its working life, so the holes on the last green aerated will be comparable with the first green aerated.

 

HD - the same high-quality body as the HDT, but without the high-specification hardened tip. Tine length remains more consistent than conventional tines.

 

Variables such as soil conditions and operator behavior will influence actual life expectancy.

Please click on the links below for information on other high-quality John Deere tines:

 

Side-eject fairway tines

Side-eject HDT tines

Tubular fairway tines

Medium-duty tubular tines

Mini tines

Solid cross tines

Conventional solid tines

Bayonet tines

Needle tines

 

Description 

Part number 

 Mount

External diameter (mm)

External diameter (in.)

Wall thickness (mm) 

Internal diameter (mm) 

Internal diameter (in.)

Length (mm) 

Length (in.) 

 1/2-in. HD tubular top eject

 TCU17343

 3/4

 13.3

 0.523

 2.2

 8.8

 0.346

 140

 5.5

 1/2-in. HDT tubular top eject

 TCU17344

 3/4

 13.3

 0.523

 2.2

 8.8

 0.346

 146

 5.75

 5/8-in. HD tubular top eject

 TCU17355

 3/4

 16

 0.63

 1.9

 12.2

 0.481

 140

 5.5

 5/8-in. HDT tubular top eject

 TCU17356

 3/4

 16

 0.63

 1.9

 12.2

 0.481

 146

 5.75

 3/4-in. HD tubular top eject

 TCU17454

 7/8

 19.1

 0.75

 2.7

 13.7

 0.54

 159

 6.25

 3/4-in. HDT tubular top eject

 TCU17340

 7/8

 19.1

 0.75

 2.7

 13.7

 0.54

 159

 6.25


Side-eject tines - HDTSide-eject tines - HDT

Side-eject tines are useful in soils that tend to plug tubular tines, particularly fairways.

 

HDT - the highest quality of tine in the range. A hardened tip is joined to a high-quality body. These tines are exceptionally long lasting. Furthermore, the tine will retain its length during its working life, so the holes on the last green aerate will be comparable with the first green aerated.

 

Variables such as soil conditions and operator behavior will influence actual life expectancy.

Please click on the links below for information on other high-quality John Deere tines:

 

HD/HDT tubular tines

Side-eject fairway tines

Tubular fairway tines

Medium-duty tubular tines

Mini tines

Solid cross tines

Conventional solid tines

Bayonet tines

Needle tines

 

Description 

Part number 

 Mount

External diameter (mm)

External diameter (in.)

Wall thickness (mm) 

Internal diameter (mm) 

Internal diameter (in.)

Length (mm) 

Length (in.) 

 1/2-in. HDT side eject

 TCU17345

 3/4

 13.3

 0.523

 2.2

 8.8

 0.346

 146

 5.75

 5/8-in. HDT side eject

 TCU17337

 3/4

 16

 0.63

 1.9

 12.2

 0.481

 146

 5.75

 3/4-in. HDT side-eject

 TCU17341

 7/8

 19.1

 0.75

 2.7

 13.7

 0.54

 159

 6.25


Tubular top-eject coring tinesTubular top-eject coring tines

The popular selection for coring on greens, tee boxes, approaches, and fairways.

 

HDT - the highest quality of tine in the range. A hardened tip is joined to a high-quality body. These tines are exceptionally long lasting. Furthermore, the tine will retain its length during its working life, so the holes on the last green aerated will be comparable with the first green aerated.

 

HD - the same high-quality body as the HDT, but without the high-specification hardened tip. Tine length remains more consistent than conventional tines.

 

Variables such as soil conditions and operator behavior will influence actual life expectancy.

Please click on the links below for information on other high-quality John Deere tines:

 

Side-eject fairway tines

Side-eject HDT tines

Tubular fairway tines

Medium-duty tubular tines

Mini tines

Solid cross tines

Conventional solid tines

Bayonet tines

Needle tines

 

Description 

Part number 

 Mount

External diameter (mm)

External diameter (in.)

Wall thickness (mm) 

Internal diameter (mm) 

Internal diameter (in.)

Length (mm) 

Length (in.) 

 1/2-in. HD tubular top eject

 TCU17343

 3/4

 13.3

 0.523

 2.2

 8.8

 0.346

 140

 5.5

 1/2-in. HDT tubular top eject

 TCU17344

 3/4

 13.3

 0.523

 2.2

 8.8

 0.346

 146

 5.75

 5/8-in. HD tubular top eject

 TCU17355

 3/4

 16

 0.63

 1.9

 12.2

 0.481

 140

 5.5

 5/8-in. HDT tubular top eject

 TCU17356

 3/4

 16

 0.63

 1.9

 12.2

 0.481

 146

 5.75

 3/4-in. HD tubular top eject

 TCU17454

 7/8

 19.1

 0.75

 2.7

 13.7

 0.54

 159

 6.25

 3/4-in. HDT tubular top eject

 TCU17340

 7/8

 19.1

 0.75

 2.7

 13.7

 0.54

 159

 6.25


Fairway side ejectFairway side eject

Side-eject tine used for stickier soils that may tend to plug tubular tipped tines.

 

HDT - the highest quality of tine in the range. A hardened tip is joined to a high-quality body. These tines are exceptionally long lasting. Furthermore, the tine will retain its length during its working life, so the holes on the last green aerated will be comparable with the first green aerated.

 

HD - the same high-quality body as the HDT, but without the high-specification hardened tip. Tine length remains more consistent than conventional tines.

 

Variables such as soil conditions and operator behavior will influence actual life expectancy.

Please click on the links below for information on other high-quality John Deere tines:

 

HD/HDT tubular tines

Side-eject HDT tines

Tubular fairway tines

Medium-duty tubular tines

Mini tines

Solid cross tines

Conventional solid tines

Bayonet tines

Needle tines

 

Description 

Part number 

 Mount

External diameter (mm)

External diameter (in.)

Wall thickness (mm) 

Internal diameter (mm) 

Internal diameter (in.)

Length (mm) 

Length (in.) 

13/16-in. HD side eject

TCU17456

3/4

18.5

0.73

3

12.5

0.49

152

6

13/16-in. HDT side eject

 TCU17457

 3/4

 18.3

 0.72

 3

 12.3

 0.485

 152

 6

7/8-in. HD side eject

 TCU17342

3/4

 19.1

 0.75

2.2

 14.6

 0.575

 152

 6

1-in. HD side eject

TCU17331

7/8

25

1

4.9

15.2

0.6

140

5.5

1-in. HDT side eject

 TCU17332

 7/8

 25

 1

 4.9

 15.2

 0.6

 140

 5.5


Needle tinesNeedle tines

Needle tines allow in-season treatment to introduce air and water into the root zone. Play can resume almost immediately. For those who believe in little and often. Popular during high-stress times of the year when air and water requirements are increased.

 

Variables such as soil conditions and operator behavior will influence actual life expectancy.

Please click on the links below for information on other high-quality John Deere tines:

 

HD/HDT tubular tines

Side-eject fairway tines

Side-eject HDT tines

Tubular fairway tines

Medium-duty tubular tines

Mini tines

Solid cross tines

Conventional solid tines

Bayonet tines

 

Description 

Part number 

 Mount

External diameter (mm)

External diameter (in.)

Length (mm) 

Length (in.) 

5-mm needle tine

TCU15712

Needle

5

0.197

117

4.625

8-mm needle tine

TCU15726

Needle

8

0.315

117

4.625


Bayonet tinesBayonet tines

High surface area and little disruption to the playing surface. Holes stay open for a long time. Orient the bayonet with the direction of travel for optimum performance.

 

HD - the same high-quality body as the HDT, but without the high-specification hardened tip. Tine length remains more consistent than conventional tines.

 

Variables such as soil conditions and operator behavior will influence actual life expectancy.

Please click on the links below for information on other high-quality John Deere tines:

 

HD/HDT tubular tines

Side-eject fairway tines

Side-eject HDT tines

Tubular fairway tines

Medium-duty tubular tines

Mini tines

Solid cross tines

Conventional solid tines

Needle tines

 

Description 

Part number 

 Mount

External diameter (mm)

External diameter (in.)

Length (mm) 

Length (in.) 

Bayonet w/ 3/4-in. rib HD

 TCU17352

 3/4

 19.1

 0.75

 178

 7


Cross tinesCross tines

The cross shape creates a hole with a large surface area compared to an equivalent-sized solid tine. The perimeter of the cross tine is greater than the perimeter around a comparable coring tine, impacting more surface area.

 

HDT - the highest quality of tine in the range. A hardened tip is joined to a high-quality body. These tines are exceptionally long lasting. Furthermore, the tine will retain its length during its working life, so the holes on the last green aerated will be comparable with the first green aerated.

 

HD - the same high-quality body as the HDT, but without the high-specification hardened tip. Tine length remains more consistent than conventional tines.

 

Variables such as soil conditions and operator behavior will influence actual life expectancy.

Please click on the links below for information on other high-quality John Deere tines:

 

HD/HDT tubular tines

Side-eject fairway tines

Side-eject HDT tines

Tubular fairway tines

Medium-duty tubular tines

Mini tines

Conventional solid tines

Bayonet tines

Needle tines

 

Description 

Part number 

 Mount

External diameter (mm)

External diameter (in.)

Length (mm) 

Length (in.) 

Cross w/ 1/2-in. rib HD

 TCU17349

 Mini

 12.7

0.5

 140

 5.5

Cross w/ 1/2-in. rib HDT

 TCU17350

 Mini

 12.7

 0.5

 140

 5.5

 Super cross w/ 3/4-in. rib HD

 TCU17351

 3/4

 19.1

 0.75

 146

 5.75


Cross tinesCross tines

The cross shape creates a hole with a large surface area compared to an equivalent-sized solid tine. The perimeter of the cross tine is greater than the perimeter around a comparable coring tine, impacting more surface area.

 

HDT - the highest quality of tine in the range. A hardened tip is joined to a high-quality body. These tines are exceptionally long lasting. Furthermore, the tine will retain its length during its working life, so the holes on the last green aerated will be comparable with the first green aerated.

 

HD - the same high-quality body as the HDT, but without the high-specification hardened tip. Tine length remains more consistent than conventional tines.

 

Variables such as soil conditions and operator behavior will influence actual life expectancy.

Please click on the links below for information on other high-quality John Deere tines:

 

HD/HDT tubular tines

Side-eject fairway tines

Side-eject HDT tines

Tubular fairway tines

Medium-duty tubular tines

Mini tines

Conventional solid tines

Bayonet tines

Needle tines

 

Description 

Part number 

 Mount

External diameter (mm)

External diameter (in.)

Length (mm) 

Length (in.) 

Cross w/ 1/2-in. rib HD

 TCU17349

 Mini

 12.7

0.5

 140

 5.5

Cross w/ 1/2-in. rib HDT

 TCU17350

 Mini

 12.7

 0.5

 140

 5.5

 Super cross w/ 3/4-in. rib HD

 TCU17351

 3/4

 19.1

 0.75

 146

 5.75


Mini tinesMini tines

Allow for a quicker recovery period for the playing surface. Pulls a core with minimal surface disruption.

 

HDT - the highest quality of tine in the range. A hardened tip is joined to a high-quality body. These tines are exceptionally long lasting. Furthermore, the tine will retain its length during its working life, so the holes on the last green aerated will be comparable with the first green aerated.

 

HD - the same high-quality body as the HDT, but without the high-specification hardened tip. Tine length remains more consistent than conventional tines.

 

Variables such as soil conditions and operator behavior will influence actual life expectancy.

Please click on the links below for information on other high-quality John Deere tines:

 

HD/HDT tubular tines

Side-eject fairway tines

Side-eject HDT tines

Tubular fairway tines

Medium-duty tubular tines

Solid cross tines

Conventional solid tines

Bayonet tines

Needle tines

 

Description 

Part number 

 Mount

External diameter (mm)

External diameter (in.)

Wall thickness (mm) 

Internal diameter (mm) 

Internal diameter (in.)

Length (mm) 

Length (in.) 

Mini tine HD

 TCU17452

 Mini

 7.9

 0.31

 1.1

 5.6

 0.221

 127

 5

Mini tine HDT

 TCU17453

 Mini

 7.9

 0.31

1.2

 5.5

 0.218

 130

 5.25

 Super mini HD

 TCU17347

 Mini

 10.7

 0.42

 1.5

 7.6

 0.3

 114

 4.5

Super mini HDT

 TCU17348

 Mini

 10.7

 0.42

 1.5

 7.6

 0.3

 117

 4.625


Cross tinesCross tines

The cross shape creates a hole with a large surface area compared to an equivalent-sized solid tine. The perimeter of the cross tine is greater than the perimeter around a comparable coring tine, impacting more surface area.

 

HDT - the highest quality of tine in the range. A hardened tip is joined to a high-quality body. These tines are exceptionally long lasting. Furthermore, the tine will retain its length during its working life, so the holes on the last green aerated will be comparable with the first green aerated.

 

HD - the same high-quality body as the HDT, but without the high-specification hardened tip. Tine length remains more consistent than conventional tines.

 

Variables such as soil conditions and operator behavior will influence actual life expectancy.

Please click on the links below for information on other high-quality John Deere tines:

 

HD/HDT tubular tines

Side-eject fairway tines

Side-eject HDT tines

Tubular fairway tines

Medium-duty tubular tines

Mini tines

Conventional solid tines

Bayonet tines

Needle tines

 

Description 

Part number 

 Mount

External diameter (mm)

External diameter (in.)

Length (mm) 

Length (in.) 

Cross w/ 1/2-in. rib HD

 TCU17349

 Mini

 12.7

0.5

 140

 5.5

Cross w/ 1/2-in. rib HDT

 TCU17350

 Mini

 12.7

 0.5

 140

 5.5

 Super cross w/ 3/4-in. rib HD

 TCU17351

 3/4

 19.1

 0.75

 146

 5.75


Mini tinesMini tines

Allow for a quicker recovery period for the playing surface. Pulls a core with minimal surface disruption.

 

HDT - the highest quality of tine in the range. A hardened tip is joined to a high-quality body. These tines are exceptionally long lasting. Furthermore, the tine will retain its length during its working life, so the holes on the last green aerated will be comparable with the first green aerated.

 

HD - the same high-quality body as the HDT, but without the high-specification hardened tip. Tine length remains more consistent than conventional tines.

 

Variables such as soil conditions and operator behavior will influence actual life expectancy.

Please click on the links below for information on other high-quality John Deere tines:

 

HD/HDT tubular tines

Side-eject fairway tines

Side-eject HDT tines

Tubular fairway tines

Medium-duty tubular tines

Solid cross tines

Conventional solid tines

Bayonet tines

Needle tines

 

Description 

Part number 

 Mount

External diameter (mm)

External diameter (in.)

Wall thickness (mm) 

Internal diameter (mm) 

Internal diameter (in.)

Length (mm) 

Length (in.) 

Mini tine HD

 TCU17452

 Mini

 7.9

 0.31

 1.1

 5.6

 0.221

 127

 5

Mini tine HDT

 TCU17453

 Mini

 7.9

 0.31

1.2

 5.5

 0.218

 130

 5.25

 Super mini HD

 TCU17347

 Mini

 10.7

 0.42

 1.5

 7.6

 0.3

 114

 4.5

Super mini HDT

 TCU17348

 Mini

 10.7

 0.42

 1.5

 7.6

 0.3

 117

 4.625


Mini tinesMini tines

Allow for a quicker recovery period for the playing surface. Pulls a core with minimal surface disruption.

 

HDT - the highest quality of tine in the range. A hardened tip is joined to a high-quality body. These tines are exceptionally long lasting. Furthermore, the tine will retain its length during its working life, so the holes on the last green aerated will be comparable with the first green aerated.

 

HD - the same high-quality body as the HDT, but without the high-specification hardened tip. Tine length remains more consistent than conventional tines.

 

Variables such as soil conditions and operator behavior will influence actual life expectancy.

Please click on the links below for information on other high-quality John Deere tines:

 

HD/HDT tubular tines

Side-eject fairway tines

Side-eject HDT tines

Tubular fairway tines

Medium-duty tubular tines

Solid cross tines

Conventional solid tines

Bayonet tines

Needle tines

 

Description 

Part number 

 Mount

External diameter (mm)

External diameter (in.)

Wall thickness (mm) 

Internal diameter (mm) 

Internal diameter (in.)

Length (mm) 

Length (in.) 

Mini tine HD

 TCU17452

 Mini

 7.9

 0.31

 1.1

 5.6

 0.221

 127

 5

Mini tine HDT

 TCU17453

 Mini

 7.9

 0.31

1.2

 5.5

 0.218

 130

 5.25

 Super mini HD

 TCU17347

 Mini

 10.7

 0.42

 1.5

 7.6

 0.3

 114

 4.5

Super mini HDT

 TCU17348

 Mini

 10.7

 0.42

 1.5

 7.6

 0.3

 117

 4.625


Turf Guards

Left Hand Turf Guard for 4X Tine Holder - MT4886


Left Hand Turf Guard for Mini Tines - MT4941


Right Hand Turf Guard for 4X Tine Holder - MT4885


Right Hand Turf Guard for Mini Tines - MT4942


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