Congratulations and welcome.
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Congratulations and welcome.
Yes it does have some side to side tilt, and when plowing I float the loader arms. I get a lot of snow here in central NY, I have a farm with a lot of plowing to do so it has been put through it's...
Most of the FEL mounted quick attach snow plows stick way out in front because of the two piston setup for the power angle, they push from the left or right straight out. I came across the "Cat"...
I have both a 7 ft plow and a 6 ft pusher, I also have a rear mounted blower all used with a TYM 453 cab tractor. This winter I have been using the pusher exclusively. The pusher is great for short...
In this section down below a bit there is a thread under a heading called "where to buy TYM parts, I would start there and see what kind of help they provide.
Yes Iceman I still have my T433 and expect to keep it for a long time, been a trouble free work horse for me.
Looks good Lunk, what is your opinion on the Hydraulink?
My Power King 16/14
Congratulations on your new TYM, look forward to hearing how it works out for you and seeing some photos.
Congratulations on your new TYM, I have looked at the T603 and it is a real nice tractor in my opinion, I believe there are a couple of guys here that have one. Like Pete mentioned most of the folks...
I do not know the first thing about LS tractors so I can not speak about them. I do like my TYM so far it has been reliable and it has suited me for what I do just fine. You have the unique situation...
Congratulations on your new machine.
Real nice setup narmac, that is a nice looking heavy duty grapple, boy I wish I had one of those when I did land clearing on my place.
So far I am very pleased with my 433's performance, I have a small farm also and it has to do all the heavier work around here and also does the winter snow clearing duties which is very...
I believe those lifting specs are wrong unless that particular 433 has a different loader mounted on it.
Here are the specs listed in my loader manual for my 433.
Lift capacity to full height at...
Kudos to TYM for being stand up for this repair when they were not obligated to do so. Hopefully the mechanic that does the actual job is better than ALKY's.
A couple of years ago I upgraded to a bigger tractor for my small farm, I had a B7500 Kubota and moved up to a TYM 453 cab tractor. The TYM has come through with flying colors for heavy duty work but...
Picked this PK 1978 1614 up this summer, it is a nice little tractor.
If things are only off by a small amount I would take an angle grinder and cut back on the quick attach plate enough so I could get it on the loader.
Through the years I have seen several posts here on the board about "Universal" quick attach plates having some slight variance in their dimensions sometimes causing problems fitting a loader, either...
Water in the fuel will make a diesel run like that.
I have the 453 43 HP which has the Perkins engine, no problems with my radiator or any over heating as of yet.
I have a small operation about the size you have and raise a few head of Irish Dexter cattle and use my tractor much the way you are planning to do, as most here have stated a mid size tractor in the...
Narmac you will have no problem operating a grapple along with a lot of other attachments with all those remotes. My 453 came with two rear remotes one which I use for my three point snow blower's...
You boys got yourselves a couple of big ones, don't know anything about them personally but they sure look to be real nice tractors. Narmac I have been considering one of those grapples for my 453...
Congratulations on your new tractor, sounds like she will have a heap of work to get done on your new property.
Jumperjoe go down into the snow removal section of the board and you will find out everything you want to know about attaching a plow to a front end loader.
Three desk tops, 2 Dells (one is retired) and 1 Lenovo along with an HP laptop. The Lenovo is an all in one (no Wires) and I like using it it the best.
I have come up with pretty much the same as you when it comes to the cab's heat and air conditioning. With all that glass it is like a green house in these cabs on a sunny day. I was in...
Island tractor has made some valid points but I would not place a whole lot of weight in the number of posts in the TYM forum as much of a deciding factor on whether to buy or not to buy. I know of...
Empire Farm Days is farm machinery heaven, just about everything farm wise available is for all to see in one place, I love it. I hope to find a free day I can get down there this year. I will be...
Back when I was looking to raise a few head of cattle I looked into the Highlands but went with Irish Dexters instead, relatively small they are much the same as Highlands in that they take the cold...
I have owned and worked with both Kubota and TYM tractors and I like them both, the TYM tractor brand in my opinion is for the money a fantastic buy and a really nice machine.
Came out great and looks like it will do the job!
Life long Airedale man.
I am very pleased with the T433 and so far so good, I expect to have many years of service from this machine. I believe the TYM brand is one of the best buys for the money out there.
It looks like a good solution and a nifty installation.
Congratulations on your new to you T273 tractor and at very good price to boot. I owned a Kubota HST B7500 which was a very nice little machine and it too had a somewhat loud whine, from what I have...
I agree with the other's answers here, speed, blade style and sharpness can make a huge difference in results when mowing.
I had to put new blades on my lawn tractor last year and went with...
Good to see you back, your early posts here about the TYM tractors got me to take a long hard look at the brand and ultimately I ended up buying one. I am not sorry, it has been a...
Burning wires sounds like a short somewhere, tracking it down can be a chore.
My pastures have become pretty well compacted over the years and I have been thinking about getting one of those renovators to loosen the soil up some and broadcast some seed to spruce things up.
Sounds like the fuel filter, could also be bad fuel, maybe water in fuel.
First of all welcome and congratulations on your new 604, I have looked at them and they are a real nice machine. You seem to have all your ducks in a row as far as attachments, as for the tooth bar...
Eating right and being at your correct weight along with some moderate exercise every day = is as close to the fountain of youth as one can get.
The best way is just to trap them, if done right you will probably catch them the first night your sets are made. If you are not familiar with fox trapping methods get a local trapper in there to...
Sounds like you made yourself a good deal, look forward to seeing some pics of that new TYM. I agree with you on the TYM Cat-Perkins diesel engines.
Welcome to the board Dave, you might want to ask your question down in the board's land clearing section also. They are the folks who would be likely to know about stump grinders. I can tell you I am...
tymdealer a member right here has posted he would help the best he can with any questions-problems and that he carries parts and will ship.
Nice and catchy name, I like it!
Live trap them, bait with sardines, they are easy to catch.
Congratulations on your new machine, she should be able to accomplish some serious work. Don't forget some pictures.
As for a cab, building your own may be an option if you are handy, I have seen...
For me with the amount of snow we usually get in this neck of the woods this past winter was a welcome break.
MotorSeven I like your taste in dogs.
My 3 point blower and the fel plow blade came off this week, put the bucket back on the fel, ready for the tiller as soon as things dry up a little more.
Congratulations on your new tractor and yes put up a photo.
Good to see you here tymdealer, I have looked over your equipment display many times at the "Woodsman Field Days" in Boonville.
In my area just had another TYM dealer open up shop about 20 miles from me, they were running an ad not too long ago along with a photo showing quite a few tractors lined up in front of their store....
I purchased my 433 from Hobby Hill Farms, Lee Center NY
I have been heating with coal for a dozen years or so, I burn it in a Heartland Cookstove. I have an open floor plan so the Cookstove heats pretty much the whole house comfortably (1500 sq ft) on...
I would have just asked point blank to a manager at agrisupply where are the King Kutter tillers manufactured.
Thanks for the heads up guys.
Could be problems with their website, try their phone number.
I bought this one used from a local person so I really don't know what a new one would cost but I imagine they are pretty pricey judging by it's construction.
Below is a link to Cat's spec page.
I ended up just making up a whole new set of lines with the pioneer type couplers and installing them, everything works perfectly.
I really like this "Cat" brand plow, it is very well made and...
Congratulations on getting your new machine Rutbuster, put up a picture if you get a chance.
I am in my second year with the gear TYM 433 cab, it is the forth tractor I have owned over the last thirty years and so far I am very happy with it. I did a lot of looking before I bought and in the...
I have a deep cycle marine battery I use in my dump trailer for running the lift motor, I will put the charger on it a couple of times during the summer. In the winter I put it in a 90 Chevy Suburban...
Maybe the easiest and quickest solution is to get a generic shift boot, Jegs is a good source.
shift boot - JEGS High Performance
I have heard nothing positive about Hughes from anyone, I have the 3g Verizon mifi which has been working out pretty well for me, way better than dial up. Verizon is now transitioning in many areas...
You have a nice setup there and at a good price, just feed her the snow according to the conditions.
There are many variables that will determine performance with a blower, the HP, Speed, Depth of snow and type of snow,heavy wet vs light fluffy.
The setup pictured should work OK as long as you...
Thanks guys, I thought it would work OK, those skid steer style flat faced couplers on the plow lines threw me a bit of a curve because it is the first time I have ever seen them.
I just picked up a nice used snow plow for my tractor, it has the quick attach mount and the flat skid steer type coupler for angling the plow hydraulics on about three foot lines which I am not at...
Looks to be a real slick installation, I look forward to hearing a report on how it works out for you.
She looks good!
Get the camera out!!
The ones I received were stamped TYM.
I bought all my filters for my 433 from them this past spring, all was good.
Aaron these guys carry TYM filters, I got the hydro filters for my tractor from them through the mail.
East Texas Equipment-Your source for TYM Tractor* Parts & Engine Replacement Kits....
Congratulations Aaron, put up a picture or two if you get a chance.
Thanks much for the replies folks. I have been using an old 6 1/2 ft single auger blower behind my TYM 433 which is 42 HP and low 30s at the PTO, I have plenty of power to operate this old blower and...
Is there a rule of thumb that is used to size a three point snowblower's width-cut to the tractor's Horse Power?
A John Deere ballast box for $25.00
I bought a Home Depot "Rigid" round head framing nailer last year to use on a barn addition project, I must say it was one of the best tools I have ever purchased.
I watch it, like all channels some stuff I like and some I don't.
The Big Joe Polka Show cracks me up.
In a case like your I would start by going over the dealer's head, seeing he can't seem to get the ball rolling I would ask your dealer for some numbers so I could call personally someone in power....
I have been getting by using ballast off the back so far but I plan on also loading the tires before winter.
Extreme brush hogging is a good title lol.
About twenty years ago I purchased a refurbished two stroke Ryobi gas trimmer from Harbor Freight, I never cared for the the pain of loading line on the original head. I put on one of those as seen...
Nothing worse than working and earning a living at a job you do not like, good luck with your new job. As for TYM tractors, I like mine a whole lot!
I have not seen or heard of any rash of circuit board problems with TYM tractors.
Just a quick word on the East Texas Equipment-Your source for TYM Tractor* Parts & Engine Replacement Kits listed above, I ordered a couple of hydro filters and a couple of fuel filters over the...
Welcome and congratulations on getting your new TYM 353, good luck with your new hobby.
My Dogs take care of the snakes and rats and other varmints on my place. The little white Terrier has one of those big black ones several feet long she caught by my chicken coop.
I agree that it would be nice to know that they diagnosed and found the reason the problem existed and happened in the first place so it would not happen again. In the John Deere forum they said it...
I have been keeping my eye out for a ballast box myself and one thing I have found is they are not readily available, no dealers seem to want to stock them. Kind of surprised because they are...
Glad to hear your got everything installed and working, did the dealer or mechanic ever diagnose the problem as to why the failure happened in the first place?
Sounds like an electric impact wrench is in my future, I poked around on Amazon last night and the reviews pretty much echoed what was said here. The Milwaukee half inch drive seems to...