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    Lately this week, I've been able to draw pictures and my choice was Yanmar tractors. Im thinking that since I have been wanting more seat time, all i can think about is my Little Yanmar waiting to get some work done. My first picture was of a 226D Yanmar tractor. i wanted it to look like a work tractor so i drew the tread on the front right tire backwards. The next one I thought looked kinda like California's Yanmar tractor. Notice that I added pallet forks to the FEL. The next picture is a rough drawing of my 169D. This next one is a Yanmar with a FEL. What makes it signifigant to me was the larger R4 tires on it. This next one is a Yanmar super Forte Agriculture tractor with duals all around and a cab. To me, It kinda looks like a Case Ag tractor. The Last one i have to say is my favorite one. This is a Yanmar open station Agriculture tractor with duals all arond, canopy, and even american flags on top. Now, for my future seat time, hopefully this weekend I'll get to haul my Yanmar home and maybe even start landscaping our yard. My mom wants to order some bark dust or wood chips for our flower beds so i am now saving up for a FEL.
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    Nice drawings.

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    wish I had talent like that.

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    Wow Jacob, those are nice drawings.
    Its nice to see someone with Yanmar tractor fever besides me in this neck of the woods. I still have it after 14 years since I first laid eyes on one.

    Drop over some time, and we can yak yanmars if you like.

    Ernie

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    Default Re: Yanmar drawings

    I finally got seat time on my Yannie yesterday. But it wont stop me from drawing Yannies. Hey Ernie, Yesterday I found out that one of my neighbors bought his Yanmar from you and says he loves it. His only problem was that it can get a little tippy on hills.
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    Well... (some) Yanmars tend to be on the narrow side, so the neighbor better exercise common sense when he is on the hills and keep the loader down.

    Ernie

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    Default Re: Yanmar drawings

    I said the same to him. Today i got to draw some more pictures of Yan nies. The first one is a Super Forte Ag tractor with ROPS and Duals. The next one is a Super Forte Cab Ag tractor with a boxblade. Every time i draw a Yanmar with a cab it looks like a Case tractor. The last one is a Yanmar 186D.
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    I have an fx 235-D with a roof just like your #2 drawing.
    Keep going don't let your pencil rest!
    Ernie

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    I got some more pictures. The first one is a Yanmar Tractor Loader backhoe. I figured it would be fun to draw since I havent drawn a backhoe in a while. The next drawing was one that I know that i may never see but it would be fun to draw. It is a little 2wd Yanmar with tripples on the back. This would definatly increase the traction and stability. I am not only a Yanmar drawer though, I've drawn lots of other brands like Bobcat, Caterpillar, New Hollad, JohnDeere, Kioti, kubota, and Case IH. I did get a request today to draw a 186D with a ROL so I plan to draw that soon.
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    66" Construction bucket, imatch QA adapter, CU72 Jake Rake, Middle Buster, 60" Landscape rake, 54"x 48" Pallet forks
    2005 John Deere L118
    42" deck

    Check out my rakes: www.Jakesimplements.com

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    Here is that 186D with ROPS. I drew it up today for jerrybob. I really enjoyed drawing it and am up for suggestions on what tractor to draw next.
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    66" Construction bucket, imatch QA adapter, CU72 Jake Rake, Middle Buster, 60" Landscape rake, 54"x 48" Pallet forks
    2005 John Deere L118
    42" deck

    Check out my rakes: www.Jakesimplements.com

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