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Hay Equip, 6 Spdl Pull Tedder 25' Hyd
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Item 28499
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Mfg Name Sitrex
Mfg Item ID ST780-H
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The SITREX Tedders are ideal machines to spread, air and turn all types of forage in any type of terrain.
Due to the number of models available and its versatility, the SITREX Tedder has been used for over 30 years in small and large farms and has been found efficient and reliable.
The Tedder allows a perfect and even spreading of forage.
Tines pick up a small quantity of forage on every turn of the rotor and lay forage on the ground perfectly aired without damage or dirt.
All models can be supplied with fix three point hitch or towing drawbar. The 4 rotors Tedder is also available in hydraulic version, with hydraulic lift system on the two outer rotors. The hydraulic Tedder version allows the operator to put the machine in working or transport position through the tractor hydraulic system.

The ST 780H, 6 rotors, pull type, hydraulic lift tedder is the ideal machine to spread, air and turn all types of forage on all types of terrain. Obtains a perfect
and even spreading of forage.
All operator's controls are hydraulically carried out from the tractor cab.
Our tedder allows a working width of 26' and 5" it is the answer to the growing demand of modern and efficient tedders suitable for faster work rate in large areas.
The machine is equipped with wide-angle driveline that allows an angle of 80° to turn rapidly on sharp bends during reversing .
During working the carrier for road transport is hydraulically raised over the machine.
For road transport the carrier is lowered and at the same time the outer rotors are raised to reduce the overall width and keep the unit lifted from the ground of:l'4"
Furthermore, the stability of the machine during working is ensured by tandem axles with balloon tires fitted underneath the center rotors. Thus, the stress is evenly distributed and the tedder follows the undulations of the ground.