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    Re: Grappling fun - A Picture Thread....

    Way Cool Snowback!! Happy Independence Day to you and all TBN's too!! Greg
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    Re: JIC fitting size?

    Man that's looking real good so far!! I like the look by placing the diverter smack dab on top of the Fel tube!! I'd been floating an idea of somehow mounting it on the main support frame, but...
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    Re: JIC fitting size?

    Wow myyaz33, Sure am bummed that those fittings didn't work out. I've been following your build threads closely - Absolutely a work of "Art" is your grapple build!! I am going to need to figure...
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    Re: Some NOS PowerArc 160's

    Hi Mark, I know it's late - my work hours are weird - but wanted you to know I just sent you an email requesting the info you need from me to get me on the list as an owner of an PA 160 inverter...
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    Re: Carter's ez-hitch

    I own a set of them. I find them quite easy to use, am pleased with them, and not having to muscle around my equipment. I read about all the different styles and became convinced after reading...
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    Loader Re: Loader valve control handle

    Hi Joeyd, Thanks for responding. My stick must be slightly different then?

    I understand how to expose/remove the rubber boot, but - unlike your 1st picture in post #15 - my lever lock comes...
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    Loader Re: Loader valve control handle

    Hi Joeyd, I saw your thread and that's the area I was trying to uncover to grease/re-grease and check the balls to see if they were plastic or steel. But...I got stuck at trying to remove the black...
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    Loader Re: Loader valve control handle

    Bump.. I thought I'd reply back about my sluggish valve handle/control. I took the actual valve end caps back off again; but this time I was more experienced at it and actually moved the lever to...
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    Re: Removing TYM 273 steering wheel

    jbarr2, Hi. I have not removed my steering wheel, but I had once asked this same question and Myazz went ahead and pulled his off. Using a "large" puller. It didn't look like it came off easily...
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    Re: TODAYS SEAT TIME

    GG, I "also" didn't know how to do that! Thank you for the computer tip! I tip my glass to your many fabulous woods event pictures/stories. :drink:
    Greg
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    Re: T293 HST; which rotary mower?

    I've got a Woods 60 cutter and have no problems running it with my 273. Granted I don't have woods trails that I'm chopping open but whenever I trim my trees, I lay the limbs in a windrow and chop...
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    Re: 5 ft rotary cutter choices

    727driver, I own / run a Woods BB60 with my 27 hp motor hydro-static drive tractor with zero problems at all. I have approx 22 hp at the pto. You should have no troubles with it. Greg
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    Loader Re: Loader valve control handle

    Hi /Pine, To be totally clear on the loader valve; I haven't re-moved the caps and refreshed the inner mechanism in quite some time. Since I have no problems going into or out of float I assumed...
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    Loader Re: Loader valve control handle

    Hi Bud, Thanks for the input; yes it's more noticeable when it gets colder. Mine sits inside however, so I hadn't really thought about rust. I have power-washed it several times though. Mostly...
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    Loader Loader valve control handle

    Hi fellow TYM'rs, I was doing quite a bit of loader work this weekend, and over the last few months, I've noticed that my controls are becoming sluggish, slow, stiff - even after plenty of warm up -...
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    Re: Real basic question

    Thanks JJ.
    For me that would be the loader valve then and it's very tight to get at/work on. I'll have to think/figure on this for awhile. See if I can figure out some way to fit a tee...
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    Re: Real basic question

    Hi JJ, A quick question if I may.
    I'd like to mount a permanent valve in my system also. You say a tee in the "in" port yet in the first pic shown above (with the Busch can) it looks to me as...
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    Re: tym 293 hst PTO issue

    Hi Burnitout,
    Glad to read that you finally got it fixed! Will you share with us all the proper/correct part number for the solenoid?

    I've not had any issues with the PTO switch on my...
  19. Thread: 273 died

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    Re: 273 died

    Bud, To remove the entire dash assembly, don't you need to pull the steering wheel and then the ignition switch assembly also? And how are the gauges inserted in there? I get nervous when there...
  20. Thread: 273 died

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    Re: 273 died

    Hi Bud, Glad you found it, but what a pain it must be to remove the dash panel? I haven't yet had to dissemble mine - but suppose sooner or later I'll need to. Any tips on the procedure? Thanks,...
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    Re: Broke Hydrostat twice? Why?

    Bob, I, also, have a TYM273 and have not had any transmission troubles as of yet...knock on wood! I have 500 hours of mostly trouble-free operations. I have experienced several (numerous) times of...
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    Leaking fuel

    Hello Klorinth,

    I was trying to revive an old thread, but somehow I got bushwhacked and needed to start anew. Luckily, I copied my info and can just re-post.
    I am reviving an old thread...
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    Re: Hyd Oil Level Sight Glass

    Hi Bud,
    Thanks for the info on the mid-shaft pto. That's what I was curious about; I never use mine for its intended usage, but the lever is always in the mid shaft slot unless I'm using a 3pt....
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    Re: Hyd Oil Level Sight Glass

    Hi Joeyd,
    Yes I agree it's mostly just an annoyance and could very well be the drain plug or strainer line connection. As I said, I haven't seriously checked on it yet; I was just curious as...
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    Re: Hyd Oil Level Sight Glass

    Hi Bud,
    Do you have attachments that you use hooked up to the mid-shaft PTO? I don't and haven't ever used it. But... I have a spot occurring on the cardboard I keep placed under my tractor and...
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    Re: Hyd Oil Level Sight Glass

    Thanks Bud for sending me in the right direction!
    I ordered 2 of those sight gauges and 2 of the next things that I believe will fail - the PTO shaft seal. Mine isn't leaking yet, but I want to...
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    Re: Hyd Oil Level Sight Glass

    HFEC, Yes, it turns out I had far too much oil in my case! My fault too. Darn! My glass started leaking sometime after my last hyd change. I've been working it hard moving dirt; as I'd check...
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    Re: Hyd Oil Level Sight Glass

    Well, I got to changing it out today. Fairly easy procedure but...you guys didn't mention at all just how much fluid would come shooting out!

    I backed up (on a down-slope) onto a couple of...
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    Re: HF Predator Genny #69671

    Thanks to all for the insights!
    Mark, I looked up those powerhouses and none of them are available for sale in/to Ca. Darn. So, I started looking at Ca specific and found one I liked at Costco....
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    Re: Hyd Oil Level Sight Glass

    That's exactly what I was hoping to hear HFEC! Thank you for the info on what you did and how you did it. I was curious as how to work the old one out "without" damage. Now I'm way more confident...
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    HF Predator Genny #69671

    Howdy welders...
    I know there are numerous threads per HF generators; I searched but couldn't find an answer to my query. I have very rare needs for a household generator; but they are there! I...
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    Re: Hyd Oil Level Sight Glass

    myyaz33, Thank you for the quick response. I remember reading about the downhill nose angle to reduce leakage; I had that already planned. But, that leaves me with my machine left outside the...
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    Hyd Oil Level Sight Glass

    Howdy fellow TYM owners, I hope all had Happy Holidays and will have a Superb New Year!

    I have a question regarding a leaky sight glass. I follow/read all threads on TYM so I know this...
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    Re: TODAYS SEAT TIME

    Got 4 hours rearranging the landscape profile of my property over the last two days. I am re-locating a higher elevation to fill in a lowering slope.

    It's been a fun exercise with loader work;...
  35. Re: TYM Contacts for Parts, Complaints or other Questions

    I hate to say this, but, I agree with you Myyaz33 - I suddenly have a bad vibe hearing this! Also, I noted that there was NO rep listed for the Western states either? Whom, I wonder, fills all of...
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    Re: 5' King Cutter Tiller

    Hi again,
    I need to make a correction. In all the activity and excitement during our TSC's Grand Opening I purchased a 5' tiller; with all the past reviews of King Cutter tillers at TSC, I...
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    Re: Another Drive-shaft/Input shaft problem

    Bkjohns, Hi and thanks for your comment on the hole. I hadn't thought about any cracking when I cut it, but I did drill holes in the two back corners to get my Saber saw blade in. Hopefully that...
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    Re: Another Drive-shaft/Input shaft problem

    I tried to just edit my post; but for some reason it wouldn't allow it. So here we go.

    In all fairness to TYM and the entire TYM family, neither of my shafts "diameter" was comprised "at all"...
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    Re: Another Drive-shaft/Input shaft problem

    Well, got it done. New shaft is in and spinning like it should.

    Myyaz33 I took your advice, I have several short chunks of railroad tie so I used the loader to jack the front end up, stacked...
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    Re: Looking for Rotary Mower Chain Guards

    Boy, I sure do agree! Service and customer relations like that are what people remember. I'm going to start looking at Swisher attachments myself now! Thanks for posting. Greg
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    Re: Another Drive-shaft/Input shaft problem

    Hi Myyaz33, Yes I have news! I have the shiny new shaft in my hands right now, Thanks very much to Bud Soda for the assist! I am going to try and get it changed out this weekend. But, wife...
  42. Re: adding top and tilt to t233 using existing valves/hydraulics

    Brooksto, MVR answered you before I could respond. He'll guide you to the right choice, I just wanted to tell you what your pictures show me.
    Your first picture is your loader valve. 2d...
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    Re: 5' King Cutter Tiller

    Okay, Thanks to all who replied, especially Gary Fowler and Baby Grand. What was said sure makes sense; I now feel more at ease about not harming anything. I will try to locate a parts manual also....
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    5' King Cutter Tiller

    Hi all,
    I recently bought a new 5 foot King Cutter Rotary Tiller. I have it assembled and mostly ready for use; the manual is quite clear "except" for just how much grease one should pump into...
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    Re: Parts is parts

    Unibiody, I hope I can help somewhat by sharing this bit of info I recently received from TYM-USA per dealers in existence on the west coast. Miller Tractor & Equipment, Inc (1888) 437-0182 2025...
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    Re: TYM 273 Replacement Battey

    Hi unibody, I thought I posted about batteries before but I can't remember. I replaced my battery with the same one 7551 from Napa at the same price. I bought their off-sized clamps just like you...
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    Re: Another Drive-shaft/Input shaft problem

    I wanted to post a note; I did receive a reply from TYM via email on 8-19-14 (Antonia Mason) saying that they had located two dealers in southern Ca whom could help me. Thank you TYM and Antonia...
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    Re: Another Drive-shaft/Input shaft problem

    Hey Bud,
    I hear ya and I wasn't intending to sound overly exasperated because I'm not, yet. I know it will take some time to ship & receive it. I was just up-dating everyone else on the...
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    Re: Another Drive-shaft/Input shaft problem

    Bkjohns, When the drive-shaft issue first came to my attention, I looked "sorta" closely at my shaft and because I had the two zerk grease fittings I "assumed" I had the updated shaft; Wrong...
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    Re: Any source for John Deere MX6 cutter parts?

    OleMiss...If you just look up at post #71, you'll see that a 286 Bush Hog was bought to replace that broken J.D. cutter - at the cost of a replacement gearbox no less!
  51. Re: Anyone pull a subsoiler with their T233/T273/T293 ?

    Looks good Marty. You shouldn't have any problems with pulling it. Make sure you've gotten a good bead/reinforcements on the side attached to the ripper bar; the way it's designed it'll be...
  52. Re: Anyone pull a subsoiler with their T233/T273/T293 ?

    No problem Myyaz33,
    I hope it all works out for you. I've seen those cable pulling devices and you should have no problem with it. I always used the FWA though, all 4 tires pulling works best...
  53. Re: Anyone pull a subsoiler with their T233/T273/T293 ?

    Hello myyaz33,
    I have a woods subsoiler [ripper shank & potato plow attachment] & pulled it with my 273 quite a few times. My soil is extremely hard clay, I have R4 industrial tires and I had...
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    Re: Another Drive-shaft/Input shaft problem

    I've been browsing threads and have a question for member ZKF14837, are you a TYM dealer? I read in a replacement battery thread 2-20-14; you talked about the new design drive-shaft between the HST...
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    Another Drive-shaft/Input shaft problem

    Hi all,
    Well, I thought all along that I was safe from the drive-shaft problems as I had an 2009 model. Hast-La-Vista to to that thought!!

    450 hours; I'm doing an oil change, & plan to...
  56. Re: Help choosing 240v generator for MIG welder?

    Ooookaaay Mark, Like you - I am in no way an electrical engineer - but thank you much for laying it out in somewhat layman terms.

    I did a search using "inverter - what is" - and got a shaky...
  57. Re: Help choosing 240v generator for MIG welder?

    Okay and thanks Mark. I wasn't sure if I was missing looking someplace special; I thought it should be listed within the specs, but it wasn't on the gens I was then looking at.
    Also - I'm a bit...
  58. Re: Help choosing 240v generator for MIG welder?

    Where do you find that info per a generator? I've been looking at various makes/models and cannot seem to find %THD listings anywhere? Should they be listed in the machine specs? What am I...
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    Re: TYM T273 HST brake switch issues

    Hi Samberg, Good tip and bit of advice - Thanks for sharing with us. I haven't had any problems with blown fuses - yet - but I'll have to keep an eye on that also! Greg
  60. Re: I've recently joined the TYM family, too!

    Welcome to the family HFEC and enjoy that T293. I agree with you about it being "just" the right size with enough umph! to do whatever you need to get done. Watch the radiator fins though, the...
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    Quick Hitches Re: Another Quick Hitch Testimony

    Thanks to all reply's, [Although not in replicator order]

    "kOua" Man I sure apologize for the 'miss-spelling' of my reference to the company that sold me an excellent style of an "Medium Speed...
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    Quick Hitches Another Quick Hitch Testimony

    Howdy all,
    I've been following all of the various threads about quick hitches and other forms of painless attaching of heavy implements. I have been using dollies and just rolling them up to the...
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    Hydraulic Top Link Replacement

    Howdy all,

    I just wanted to give a large shout out to Fit Rite Hydraulics, and particularly to Brian aka (MtnViewRanch). I bought a new quick hitch [I'll post that info in the attachments...
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    Re: tym drive shafts?

    Thank you very much for the straight forward reply TYM Tractors! I believe that should finally resolve any lingering questions "anyone" might have per the drive shaft being a weak link. I thought...
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    Re: tym drive shafts?

    myyaz33, I agree with you but was just hoping to elicit an actual company representative reply. My 2009 model has grease fittings on the shaft and is thus - I believe - the newer style. It sounded...
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    Re: tym drive shafts?

    Well now, "Where are you TYM Tractors??" This is an important question being asked by a prospective future buyer; and, I might add, one that almost all current TYM owners would like to hear replied...
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    Re: A year of owning a T430, my thoughts

    Hi mbx5 and welcome to the TYM family! I don't yet have a tiller for my 273 but when I get one it will be at least a 60"; keep an eye on your radiator and it's protective screen. These TYM's seem...
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    Re: When to replace lower link pins?

    ENC, Good question and may I please jump in with another one? I, too, need to replace some pins because with my new Quick hitch, I found that several of my attachments have combination Cat 0/1 pins...
  69. Re: T273 - Another broken driveshaft/input shaft

    myyaz33, Great news to hear! I'm glad to learn that you just might make it out of this mess without a huge repair bill, and on the 4th of July no less! I sure hope all works out for you. Greg
  70. Re: Stepped off, and it almost tipped over (lifting a snowmobile) !

    I have something else on the 3 pt so can't demonstrate but this should give you the idea.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails
    -p6283632-jpg Arrow, This is an interesting version of a...
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    Re: Review - LockNLube Grease Gun Coupler

    Oh Wow!! After I bought (from the lock-n-lube company -- through Amazon) and posted my hopeful good fortune; now all the troubles and supposed fixes come to light. Isn't that just like my luck. I...
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    Re: Review - LockNLube Grease Gun Coupler

    Okay, everyone raving about how great it is...I got a birthday gift coupon from Amazon and I ordered one (some other stuff too, of course!)...should be here by Friday. I can't wait to see just how...
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    Re: Change hydraulic fluid at 50 hrs or not?

    I gotta give it to "Hill Billy Bob" - I never thought about it like that -- but yet, what a point to make/state!! No one ever thinks about changing their transmission fluid in their daily drivers...
  74. Re: Unknown brand of post hole digger - Any ideas?

    I don't know whom the manufacturer might be, but as to the auger top question - yes it's beginning to split and you should look at tacking it back together before you use it much. Enjoy your new...
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    Re: 273 Drive shaft - Me too!

    myyaz33, Mine (2009) came with the muffler update already attached; and I believe the newer drive shaft -- as mine has (2) grease zerks on it. One
    at each end. They seem to like a shot or two...
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    Re: 273 Drive shaft - Me too!

    myyaz33, That sure stinks! I thought yours was new enough to have had the "supposedly" improved design already installed? If so, then it means I've got a problem coming along some day also -- sure...
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    Re: T293 Owners - Your Thoughts?

    Hi E3A, I strongly agree with joeyd, having 3 dealers within 30 miles is an astonishing thing! My closest dealer is approx 100 miles away; thus far - 425 hrs - I haven't needed a dealer...knock on...
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    Re: Questions about Grading Scraper Operation

    Thanks for the advice s219, it makes much sense and I'll just have to practice more and more and more! I have used the back blade for my final grading and it worked quite well, but getting that...
  79. Re: County line vs Ansung Terra Force ER074 tiller

    Thanks from me also, to Dave and Metocephalic, for their answers to my query. I thought I'd be able to handle a 62" but am always glad to hear from others that have actually run one on a similar hp...
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    Re: Battery Question?

    Thanks for the input Old Grind. I do/will continue to use my HF trickle charger and I am not planning on changing out this battery until it totally goes dead. I was just curious because some of the...
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    Re: Questions about Grading Scraper Operation

    s219, 3-pt all the way down...how does that stop the box blade from continuing to dig deeper & deeper; rather than just grading? At least for me, that's what always happens unless I am working the...
  82. Re: County line vs Ansung Terra Force ER074 tiller

    A quick question please to Daves Tractor, Dave I looked up Ansung and am unsure what exactly is meant by tractor HP? On the YJR 062 it states 26-up HP - do they mean PTO or engine HP? I have TYM...
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    Re: Battery Question?

    Yes Xfaxman that's what it looks like; and what I guessed it was. I thought that maybe the top portion that covered where the fill holes should be - could pop off - it has small slots that looked...
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    Battery Question?

    Hi to all the TYM folks,

    I know that replacement battery questions have been asked & answered. I wonder if anyone has ever attempted to add (or even check) the water level that is in the...
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    Re: New TYM owner...

    That sure looks good, Lunk! i know you are gonna have some fun now. But...you are gonna swiftly need to acquire a few different items that will much, much improve your overall satisfaction. If you...
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    Re: New TYM owner...

    Yes if you can cover your footprint with a 60" that will indeed be easier to squiggle through the woods with. And, you'll definitely have power enough to chop up whatever you can drive over! Good...
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    Re: New TYM owner...

    Hi Lunk,
    I don't have saplings to cut but I have used it as a wood chipper after I've trimmed tree branches, piled them in a row and gone backwards/forwards, and it has performed flawlessly! I...
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    Re: New TYM owner...

    Welcome to the TYM family Lunk! I've got the smaller T273 but it's absolutely done all I've ever asked of it. I'm at 405 hrs. (basically trouble free) - I've had a few minor annoyances that were...
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    Re: Last Payment

    Hi Bindian, Congratulations, ownership (of The Big Red Beast) is an "awesome" feeling isn't it!! I'm glad to hear that all has worked out the way you planned for it. Although, once you start...
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    Flail Mower Re: Let's talk flail mowers

    Berserker,
    I agree; that is a very interesting bit of info on an intriguing flail mower at a very tasty price. Please keep us advised if you decide to purchase. I am curious as to how all...
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    Re: Which used tractor? G3038 or R3039

    Hutchman, if you are mostly concerned about the hours...I wouldn't be; 450 hours on a diesel are nothing to worry about. You should expect to see several thousand before any serious worries "might"...
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    Re: JD 650 Battery Polarity Issue

    Well, I might as well jump in too. I once owned a 1973 Norton motorcycle that was positive grounded. That should at least qualify/fit the bill for as a later year. Hope that helps some. Greg
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    Re: Shout Out From MAKA

    Well "Hello" again, Maka and a very much welcome back! I have missed not hearing/reading your thoughts & opinions per different topics on TBN. Hope you had some Happy Holidays and wishing you a...
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    Re: Montana R2844HST Need New Bucket

    As am I! I bought a set of Construction Attachments pallet forks from EA. I thought they might be handy to have available - and - they are on the tractor far more often than the bucket is! Easy as...
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    Re: TYM 293 Tractor.

    Welcome IdahoJim, I bought a T273 in 2009 and, like you, I am totally pleased with it's performance thus far. The only minor thing that I have to remind myself to periodically do is flush out the...
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    Re: 273 Drive shaft - Me too!

    Hi Km-ri, My 273 is a 2009 model and it has the universal joints. However, I always get that pinging/ringing noise about every 50 hours or so. What that tells me is that it's time for a shot or...
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    Re: Money No Object?

    I've got the Woods BB60. It's a good choice I believe. I've had zero problems with mine so far, although I mainly cut pasture grass and small brush. However, I have no doubt that it would chew...
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    Re: 1st 50 hour service

    I just performed my 350 hour service and I'm extremely happy to report that there was nothing more than "minor" shavings found on the drain plug magnets, in the transmission. About what I would...
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    Mowing Re: Buying a brush hog for a 22HP Massey

    Hi psdaigle, I run a 5ft Woods on my 21 pto powered TYM273 and have no problems what-so-ever with power. I'm mostly just cutting grass and weeds but have no doubts about saplings. In fact, I'm...
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    Re: TYM Warranty Experience

    Amen Brother! Parts availability from/for TYM seem to be a scarcity unless you live right next door to the main distributors! That's a bummer. I sure hope that I never have a need to acquire any...
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