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    Default Yanmar GT14

    I have found a GT14 mower that looks to be in great shape and runs good. The mower has 600hrs on it and it don't have the 3pt hitch or the pto. The only thing that I have found wronge is that we had to bump the starter with a hammer before it would start. The man is asking $1500 for it and I was wondering if that is a good price and if the GT14 is a good machine. Thanks, Alan

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    Default Re: Yanmar GT14

    Welcome to TBN! There is a bit of information on the GT14 in this forum. And a few people on the forum own one of the little lawn tractors. Go the search feature in the Yanmar forum and type in "GT14" You will get 37 threads with that bit of info--one of the guys has "GT14" for his name so every post he made is included. However, there is a bit of info for you that will take a morning to read through.

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    Mike
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    YM1510D, YM 1202 tiller, The following home made tools: Quick Hitch, KK copy dirt scoop, imitation Gannon rollover box blade, Forks on 3pt, a Rear Blade with gauge wheels and a 1.5 yd dump trailer.

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    Default Re: Yanmar GT14

    All Yanmars are good machines; however that's a lot of money for a 30 year-old lawn mower with a bad $300+ starter, and no pto or 3ph.

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    Default Re: Yanmar GT14

    Quote Originally Posted by normde2001 View Post
    All Yanmars are good machines; however that's a lot of money for a 30 year-old lawn mower with a bad $300+ starter, and no pto or 3ph.

    In Australia a reasonable YM14(same thing) with similar hours is about $3000 AUD so $1500 US doesnt sound too bad!!
    Paul YM1500 & YM14 MkII

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