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  1. #31
    Silver Member joeyd's Avatar
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    Jul 2010
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    234
    Location
    North Idaho
    Tractor
    TYM 353HST

    Default Re: TYM REASSURANCE FOR NEWBIE

    Soupct,
    I have had my TYM 353HST for a year now, no problems whatsoever. It was the beefier aspect of the TYM that sold me. If all you need is a lawn tractor go with that. If you think you are going to need it to push, pull or lift then you need the weight. I don't remember reading anywhere on this site that someone said I wish I got a smaller tractor.
    Isa 43:2-3

  2. #32
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    Location
    bedford co. pa
    Tractor
    tym 233hst

    Default Re: TYM REASSURANCE FOR NEWBIE

    If you plan on using a 233 for heavy lifting,be careful. the 233 will move more weight than it should.Just because it lifts heavy don't do it! I broke mine in half. Not agood thing Make sure you go big enough.Bigger is better than broke down for months waiting on parts.233 will surprise you with the work it does but shouldn't.

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