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    3-Point Hitch Re: Whining noise and vibration with 3 pt

    Well I did the hydraulic service on my 3110 today and found the filter in pretty good condition and only a little bit of very fine "trash" adhering to it. However, that trash seemed to be primarily...
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    3-Point Hitch Re: Whining noise and vibration with 3 pt

    Thanx Ken. How often should do you do this service? Every hundred hours seems a bit of an overkill to me. Like I said when I bought the tractor @ about 50 hrs (showing) the hydraulic oil looked...
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    3-Point Hitch Re: Whining noise and vibration with 3 pt

    Hey Winston I think I know the rod you are talking about but I thought that was part of the tiller draft control. Does it have a dual function or am I totally out to lunch in my understanding? ...
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    Re: Decompression doing anything?

    Well I doubt Fredrick's is infallible and though no diesel expert (my father WAS so some rubbed off) I do know that if the compression is truly relieved the engine can't start. However, my 3110 WILL...
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    3-Point Hitch Whining noise and vibration with 3 pt

    Hey folks,

    Recently, my 3110 has been making a whining noise when I raise the lift. The tractor has not been used much during the winter other than a little snow clearing with the scrapeblade. ...
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    Re: YM 3110 Warning Lights.

    Well I left this problem go for awhile but the continued brightly lit idiot light combined with a failed cold start attempt have forced my hand.

    I took both my battery and generator to a local...
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    Re: YM 3110 Warning Lights.

    Oh yeah it is a total blast using my tractor and for some reason I have been obsessed with the idea of plowing with it. Maybe because my first attempts were such dismal failures. I'm definitely...
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    Re: YM 3110 Warning Lights.

    Yep that is what I have Cali but like the poster from 7 years ago, mine weren't labeled. It actually makes sense now as the warning light came on right after I had turned on the headlights and rear...
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    YM 3110 Warning Lights.

    Can anyone tell me what the warning lights on the on the 3110 mean? I searched and couldn't find any info on them here. My middle light came on yesterday while plowing with my 2-14 bottom plow. ...
  10. Re: 3110 Hydraulic Service and other questions

    That thing is supposed to be on there !!??? Wow. Why? But yeah that is exactly what it looks like on my tractor Winston. However there is definitely a leak there on mine. Maybe it just needs to...
  11. 3110 Hydraulic Service and other questions

    Hey fellas, couple of quick questions

    1) When servicing the Hydraulics filter/screen/whatever-it-is, that is accessed at the back/bottom of the differential, is it required to drain the sump? ...
  12. Re: Well this is embarrassing. Ran my 3110 out of fuel.

    Awesome! Got to the injector pump and when that cleared, she fired right up. You are the man 284International. And thanks of course Cali for your input. You always answer my posts brother and I...
  13. Well this is embarrassing. Ran my 3110 out of fuel.

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    Checked the oil this morning and the hydraulic fluid but forgot to check the fuel. I didn't think I had ran it much since I filled it last! I caught it before it died and there is fuel...
  14. Re: MyLittleRedTractor DIY Pacman (Suitcase) Weights

    Thanx Winston. I don't see the link to your old post but I'll see if I can find it with the search engine.



    Sure dood, I'll take a picture of the suitcase bracket today sometime and post it. ...
  15. MyLittleRedTractor DIY Pacman (Suitcase) Weights

    Hey Hey Yanmar Fans! I finally got around to taking the advice of Soundguy (and others on this forum) and made my own suitcase weights. My wife and I jokingly call them "Pacman weights" because they...
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    Re: Diary of a Fat Man ... and his tractor

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    Well that was easy ... not. GEEEEEEEZ! Took me half the day to expose the clutch yoke and 2 seconds to fix the problem. That steering wheel did not want to come off and neither did the...
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    Re: Diary of a Fat Man ... and his tractor

    Unfortunately it looks like I'll have to pull the steering column/box off in order to fix this. I fiddled with it last night and it simply will not rotate back into place. I found a post elsewhere...
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    Re: Diary of a Fat Man ... and his tractor

    Well the bolt wasn't broken off and I think I have the original problem solved. I disassembled the foot-board and found that the bolts were M10 and approximately 1" long. Only about 4-5 threads were...
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    Re: Diary of a Fat Man ... and his tractor

    Yep Cali that is what I was thinking. One of our little Indochinese friends probably went to the bin with the proper sized bolts and found it empty. Looked right next to it where the shorter ones...
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    Re: Diary of a Fat Man ... and his tractor

    It is actually a part of the casting that broke. About 1/8th of an inch at the lip of the standoff that the bolt holding the foot-board screws into. It is right up near where the clutch pedal runs...
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    Diary of a Fat Man ... and his tractor

    Ok so you know it is time to seriously consider salads when you break your tractor by standing on it. Well actually hoppin' off of it, but same thing. I had been doing a couple of chores to get...
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    Ballast Re: Tractor Wheel Weights

    You talked me into it Soundguy. But as my rear wheels are water ballasted I think I'll skip wheel wieghts for now and make some bumper weights like yours. The original post was more out of...
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    Ballast Re: Tractor Wheel Weights

    Agreed. I'm the most fugal guy I know. Drives the wife crazy. But like you say each situation needs to be evaluated. To me it's about value. I've always had a knack for making money but that...
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    Ballast Re: Tractor Wheel Weights

    Trust me brother, I feel 70 when I roll out in the mornings. But the fact is I'm closer to the End than I am to the Beginning. Trading paper for time seems like a good deal. At least from my chair...
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    Ballast Re: Tractor Wheel Weights

    I did see a couple of threads on the subject of pouring your own wheel weights somewhere. However at the time, I questioned the value equation of doing that. As I approach 50 I'm getting to the...
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    Ballast Tractor Wheel Weights

    I have a question for you guys regarding wheel weights. Are they brand specific or is there a common bolt pattern shared by most tractors so that the weights are at least somewhat interchangable?
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    Re: Well, I'm a tractor owner now baby!

    Thanks for the diagram Carey. Can you describe the manual it came out of? It is similar to the one in my I&T YM-1 manual but not identical. So there are obviously at least 2 different manuals in...
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    Re: Well, I'm a tractor owner now baby!

    Once again let me say how much I appreciate the help and support you all have given me on this issue and others. If all of us acted the same way about every problem, the world would get a whole lot...
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    Re: Well, I'm a tractor owner now baby!

    I'm sure glad you mentioned that kenmac because they look identical to me. Looks like it would be easy to replace them though. Remove the nut, pop out the joint, tear off old boot, stretch on new...
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    Re: Well, I'm a tractor owner now baby!

    Wow. Again excellent and very useful data fellas. I'm looking forward to putting the tractor to work on our new place. Actually it is a very old place, but I sure hope to breath new life into it. ...
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    Re: Well, I'm a tractor owner now baby!

    Ok. Looks like 292 pounds per tire so close to 600 pounds. Total tractor weight of approximately 3330 (2730 tractor weight + 600 pounds ballast). Very useful information as I am also looking for a...
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    Re: Well, I'm a tractor owner now baby!

    Cool Beans fellas. I was thinking that it does have about as much HP as the 9N/8N models but I know that they are considered heavy for their HP range. The rear wheels do have water/antifreeze mix...
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    Well, I'm a tractor owner now baby!

    Yep. Just bought the YM 3110 I talked about in this thread: How to by a used Yanmar. Thanx to all the posters for the advice and information.

    But that isn't what made me a tractor owner. It was...
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    Re: How to by a used Yanmar

    Yeah here it is though it is in Japanese of course. You can get the gist however. Looks like it says 31 HP @ 2800 RPM, 1.4 liter.
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    Re: How to by a used Yanmar

    Well there is another thread on here called "Yanmar Models" (which Scotty posted a huge list in) that I believe lists the 3810 as having a 3T84T and the 3110 having a 3T84D. Maybe they took the...
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    Re: How to by a used Yanmar

    Ok here is a link to a photobucket album that has some more detailed pictures:

    TRACTOR 3110-3810 pictures by MrsDoni - Photobucket


    Here is a video of the tractor running. Puffs a little...
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    Re: How to by a used Yanmar

    Well now this is interesting. Tractor #1 turns out to indeed be a three cylinder after all There is a third fuel line there you can't see in the picture I posted from CL, I guessing due to the...
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    Re: How to by a used Yanmar

    Yeah I thought that was funny too, having grown up on old school JDs like the 4020, 3020 and 2020. But the old gentleman has 2 other tractors that are JDs and he's 77 years old. Guess he can put...
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    Re: How to by a used Yanmar

    I'll be looking at the 3110 firsthand tomorrow. It is in a small town near where I live in central NC. My Brother-n-Law grew up there and he will know the seller and can tell me one way or the...
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    Re: How to by a used Yanmar

    Well it sure is nice to have an active owner community to get advice from and I really appreciate the responses. I certainly feel better armed to make a decision. Let me summarize what I understand...
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    Re: How to by a used Yanmar

    Yeah I did read that. Is there a way to tell who did the recon? I know Vietnam is one place they were done. Weren't some done in Japan itself? Where else? Aren't some being done in the U.S.?
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    Re: How to by a used Yanmar

    Yeah I did read that. Is there a way to tell who did the recon? I know Vietnam is one place they were done. Weren't some done in Japan itself? Where else? Aren't some being done in the U.S.?
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    How to by a used Yanmar

    Hey Folks,

    I am currently shopping for a Yanmar in the 25-35 HP range and wondered if there are any specific buying tips that other owners might suggest. The first appointment I have lined up is...
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