Spend more time working and less time maintaining with the Kubota Rotary Rakes! Built with all types and volumes of crops in mind, the three-point linkage, 9’ 2” rake is easily maneuvered and transported. Its exceptional raking ability is achieved through high tine frequency for a clean performance. Top-of-the-line durability and ease of use promise that you’re going to be seeing clean and optimized results in no-time at all.
Kubota’s FarmLine rakes feature oil-immersed cam discs, guide rollers and tine bearings, alleviating maintenance on these components.
The Kubota rakes are equipped for maximum raking performance. The FarmLine rakes all feature 0.35” wire diameter tines
With up to 13 double tangential tine arms and up to 5 double tines per arm, Kubota rakes are equipped for maximum raking performance. The high tine frequency ensures clean raking performance even at reduced rpm and high forward speed. An endlessly adjustable cam track allows for fi ne tuning to obtain the optimum raking and swath formation according to crop conditions.
All Kubota FarmLine rakes feature cranked tine arms for signifi cantly cleaner raking performance and optimised swath formation. This design ensures that the row of tines on each tine bar has a more effective approach angle to the oncoming crop, and also gives a cleaner lift out of the tine from the formed swath.
The trailed RA2071T EVO is designed to work in a variety of crop conditions. The twin rotors work independently from each other, making it possible to collect either one large swath or two smaller swaths. Alternatively, the rake can place two large swaths into one, allowing for a total of up to 41’ crop to be gathered into one swath.
All functions can be controlled from the tractor cab. A rope needs to be pulled to activate lifting of the swath board. Hydraulic lifting of swath board is standard.
There’s no need to remove tine arms when converting the RA2071T into transport position. The swath board is lifted hydraulically and transport width is reduced to 9’10” (to reach 8’1” the tine arms can be removed).