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    Default Thinking of a Yanmar

    Hi all,

    I'm considering buying a Yanmar YM 2000 with am FEL for field mowing and roto-tilling purposes. Would it be able to swing a 48" brush hog and run a 48" tiller? Tractordata shows a 22 hp engine. Hoping someone has experience with one :-)

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    Default Re: Thinking of a Yanmar

    I have a yanmar 1900 and it pull a bushog and tiller just fine. And the bushog is heavy duty.

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    Default Re: Thinking of a Yanmar

    I had a YM2500 for the past ten years and it is a strong fuel effeciant tractor I use a 6 foot tiller

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    Default Re: Thinking of a Yanmar

    Welcome to tbn all.
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    Default Re: Thinking of a Yanmar

    Welcome to the Yanmar club. For better results, Post your questions in the yanmar section
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    Yanmar YM1500

    Default Re: Thinking of a Yanmar

    Quote Originally Posted by Modeler View Post
    Hi all,

    I'm considering buying a Yanmar YM 2000 with am FEL for field mowing and roto-tilling purposes. Would it be able to swing a 48" brush hog and run a 48" tiller? Tractordata shows a 22 hp engine. Hoping someone has experience with one :-)
    I have had a Yanmar YM1500 for just over five years. It's smaller than the 2000 you are asking about. I use a 48" brush hog and a 48" tiller with no problems. The Yanmars are great tractors.

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