Vermeer - Model TE170 - Tedder
Get faster dry down with the “bottoms up” action of the TE170 Tedder. The exclusive Vermeer hooked double tines work together, picking up the drier material on the surface while flipping the wetter material on top, gently separating lumps. Built low for added stability when tedding on slopes, the TE170 is ideal for smaller operation, with a sturdy, compact design that folds hydraulically to a narrow transport width.
- Adjust rotor angles without tools to match crop and field conditions, using the wheel settings under the rotors.
- Work along fences and field edges by setting the tines to the inner position to feed the crop directly behind the machine.
- Keep working, not wrapping thanks to the Vermeer anti-wrap plates and curved wheel supports that keep the crop from wrapping around the wheels.
- Protect your investment. Vermeer “hook” tines are the only ones in the industry with a 3-year limited warranty.
- See your Vermeer dealer for comprehensive service and genuine Vermeer replacement parts.
The exclusive hook tine is just one of several major advantages. Another one is the way TE series tedders handle! Wide-angle universal joints at frame pivot points allow flex along the entire driveline. Hydraulic lift, fold and unfold make it simple and easy to handle … and help reduce transport widths to less than 10' (3 m) wide. A tight turning radius, combined with constant velocity U-joints, provides excellent maneuverability for smooth, easy handling.
And, you have three additional models to choose from: TE330 with eight rotors – 33.5' (10.2 m) tedding widths. TE250 with six rotors – 25' (7.6 m) tedding widths. TE170 with four rotors – 17' (5.2 m) tedding widths.
- The 4-rotor TE170 is ideal for smaller operations. During operation, its low center of gravity provides excellent stability, particularly on slopes. Vertical hydraulic fold makes it quick and easy to transport.
- The 6-rotor TE250 – with up to 25' (7.6 m) of tedding action – is fast, simple, compact and ideal for midsize operations. During transport, the front-folding rotor frame is positioned horizontally along the drawbar, locked and supported. Dedicated transport tires and cart make it easy and stable for towing.