New Tarter 7 ft. Rototiller that will Rotate Tines Forward or Reverse WITH 540 PTO AND SLIP CLUTCH
NOTE: These Tarter roto tillers feature, forward or reversible tine rotation, gear drive, slip clutch drive line, Tine scroll diameter approx 16", From tip of tine to center driveshaft is 7 inches, In "new ground" expect 4" cutting depth on first pass and 6-7" total depth on second pass, Colors subject to change without notice. Above, in Picture #2 shows the step by step directions for reversing your tine rotation. Tillers will only be shipped in forward rotation configuration.
* Heavy-duty, all gear driven, drive line.
* Tines are mounted on a "Scroll" pattern to prevent excessive machine vibration when in operation.
* Oil bath lubrication.
* Adjustable runners. * Category I & 2 hookup.
* Comes with heavy-duty PTO shaft and slip clutch.
* Six (6) self sharpening heat treated tines per flange with adjustable runners.
* Quick-hitch compatible
* Powder Coat Paint.
Note: Company represented photo above. The tiller you receive may have black tines or yellow pto assembly, etc....
* Min. 40 HP Required
Length 28", Width 89", Height 38", Weight 810 lbs.
Tarter: A Proud History - A Strong Future
Tarter Gate, founded in 1945, is still managed and owned by the Tarter family, and is one of the most diverse companies in the agribusiness-manufacturing sector. Tarter, unlike many other manufacturers in the industry, maintains total control of all phases of manufacturing, from raw material purchase to final delivery.
C.V. Tarter founded the Tarter Gate Company, located in Dunnville, Kentucky in 1945. He made wooden farm gates by hand and sold them throughout the local area. He sold the business to his son and daughter-in-law, Roger and Vivian Tarter. They, along with their sons, Donald and David Tarter, expanded the business to include tubular and galvanized-steel gates along with other livestock-related products. Today’s Tarter is a company C.V. would hardly recognize, although his great-grandchildren are carrying on the work he began more than a half-century before. In 2008, the company changed its name from Tarter Gate Company to Tarter Farm and Ranch Equipment.
That next generation of Tarters is overseeing what is today the largest manufacturer of farm gates and animal management equipment in North America.
Today’s Tarter has almost 100,000 square feet of production facilities in two Kentucky communities and a full manufacturing and distribution center in Corinne, Utah.
Why Buy from Tarter?
Family owned and operated for over 60 years
Best finishes in the nation with e-coat, powder-over-e-coat (POE)
Dependable service from company-owned motor fleet
Over 850 UPC-coded products among 7 product lines
Unsurpassed quality control processes
Largest gate and animal management equipment manufacturer in North America