The KUHN 102 Series mounted and trailed tedders range in size from 8’6” to 16’5”. With high performance and quick transport, these standard rotary tedders allow you to get in and out of the field fast. Economical and highly efficient while maintaining reliability and longevity.
The KUHN GF 102 Series rotary tedders are designed to meet the needs of small-acreage hay producers who demand the highest quality tedding of forage to ensure even and quick drydown. These tedders have all the features required for high-quality tedding without being hard to operate. These machines feature small-diameter rotors that provide complete turnover and uniform distribution of the hay for unmatched drying speeds. The rotor height and tine angle are easily adjustable to optimize tedding in all crop conditions. Angular wheel adjustment provides oblique tedding at field edges to keep hay from being thrown out of fields or onto fences.
Features may include:Small-Diameter Rotors
For those whose goal is to harvest the highest quality crop – Small rotors are the key to success! Due to their steep pitch angle, small rotors offer many advantages, including a wide angle of attack while turning all of the crop, fast and uniform drying, complete crop inversion, even crop distribution, exceptional ground adaptation, minimum distance to the center of gravity on mounted tedders for reduced lift requirements, and reduced horsepower requirements.High-Quality Tines
When it comes to tines that actually engage the crop, KUHN leaves nothing to chance: top-quality raw material has been wound into four coils with long tine fingers, giving you exceptional reliability. A defined attachment system to the arms results in an unmatched design life of at least 180,000 cycles. This provides several hundred hours of work before tine replacement is necessary. Asymmetrical tine finger length means both fingers engage the crop equally for a more consistent pickup. The tine guards prevent accumulation of debris around the coils.Asymmetrical Tine Length
The asymmetrical tine length with longer outer fingers has several advantage to bring the machine’s tedding quality to perfection. This allows the outer finger to touch the crop earlier compared to symmetrical tines. It also ensures more complete tedding, along borders and between the rotors, where the tines overlap more in this sensitive area. Contacting the crop sooner means that the actual working width of each rotor is expanded and as a result, the entire machine working width is expanded.