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    Default Buying a new Yanmar 2400 SCUT but...

    All but sold on a Yanmar EA2400(CC SC2400 in the old US of A). Main jobs are mowing (so require MMM) and light FEL work. From all reports this tractor does these things well and they are nicely priced over here. I'm in the hills so stability is important and this appears ok. My last hurdle is the new Iseki's that are out look like they are worth a look. The Iseki TH 4365, I know it's apple and oranges stuff trying to compare, looks like a 36hp pocket weapon, maybe too much power? Anyone care to put me out of my misery or share concerns. Iseki parts may be a problem I think, and duhhh, have not priced yet. I know it's more tractor then mower, but it could be worth it. Comparable to the B series Kubotas I suppose.

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    Default Re: Buying a new Yanmar 2400 SCUT but...

    The Massey 2610 series has the Iseki engine. Is this what you are referring to? I have checked them out and I really like them for how they are laid out on the controls. I'll have more to say when I finish up my visit with the dealer.
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    Default Re: Buying a new Yanmar 2400 SCUT but...

    It may be another Australian/American no such thing available here thing. Here's a link to some more details.
    Iseki's power play - Weekly Times Now
    Welcome to Iseki Australia has a bit of a rave also.
    It is probably a bit bigger then I first pictured.

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    That front cut mower has interesting engines. The 31 hp and 37 hp weigh the same, have the same engine displacement and produce their rated hp at the same rpm, but 6 hp difference.
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    Default Re: Buying a new Yanmar 2400 SCUT but...

    Quote Originally Posted by Gunnadoo View Post
    It may be another Australian/American no such thing available here thing. Here's a link to some more details.
    Iseki's power play - Weekly Times Now
    Welcome to Iseki Australia has a bit of a rave also.
    It is probably a bit bigger then I first pictured.
    Sure seems that way. Australia is a lot closer than the USA for shipping. I would really like to see that high dump grass catcher with a full load of really green clippings. I have had the front wheels of my ZTR come off the ground just with a really full load.
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    Default Re: Buying a new Yanmar 2400 SCUT but...

    That high dump grass catcher looks like something you'd only get in America! Could dump the grass over the fence for my cows I suppose.

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    Default Re: Buying a new Yanmar 2400 SCUT but...

    Quote Originally Posted by psdx View Post
    That front cut mower has interesting engines. The 31 hp and 37 hp weigh the same, have the same engine displacement and produce their rated hp at the same rpm, but 6 hp difference.
    think the 37hp is a turbo

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    That's a good catch. Note the two model numbers.
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