Kuhn SR112 G2 Wheel Rake

Kuhn SR 112 G2 Specs
Minimum working width 18’9″ (5.7 m)
Maximum working width 23’4″ (7.1 m)
Number of rake wheels 12
Rake wheel bearings Tapered roller bearings with grease zerk
Center kicker wheel Optional 55″ (1.4 m) wheel
Rake wheel diameter 55″ (1.4 m)
Tine diameter 9/32″ (7 mm)
Safety chain Optional
Transport wheels and tires ST 205 / 75 D-15″
Minimum windrow width 3′ (0.9 m)
Maximum windrow width 7′ (2.1 m)
Transport width 9’4″ (2.8 m)
Transport length 21’8″ (6.6 m)
Hitch Standard clevis (Optional 2-5/16″ ball hitch)
Machine weight approx. 1,624 lbs (736 kg)


Welded Main Frame
The rear frame is completely welded giving you an incredibly long service life compared to bolted-on components. The delta joint unifies and strengthens the main frame which allows crop to easily fall back into the windrow.

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Since the first introduction, the SpeedRake name has been recognized for quality. The KUHN SR 100 G2 Series SpeedRake wheel rakes have taken that reputation even further, combining the proven quality, reliability and simplicity that you expect. Exclusive in this machine class, the patented windrow adjustment feature allows independent adjustment of the windrow width and raking width to best match specific crop and pickup needs.

High-Clearance Design
The high-clearance frame design provides increased capacity allowing for even more crop flow and excellent windrow formation.

Offset Rake Beam Lift

The patented rake wheel lift orientation raises the front wheels first when activating the hydraulic valve. When raking into a headland, it allows the windrow to form completely with the rear wheels raising after the front wheels to complete the windrow and not leave two short windrows at the end.

55” Rake Wheels
The 55” diameter rake wheels can move large volumes of crop. The right- and left-side wheels are designed to gather the crop smoothly along the wheels while forming a uniform windrow. The curved, elkhorn-style rake arms provide additional clearance for high-volume crops and reduce bunching while raking.