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    Default Powershift

    Is powershift worth the extra money and does having it a cause for more mechanical problems down the road ?? Also what do you guys think of a YM2000 vs. a YM2010 ..if you had to choose which would you buy?

    Thanks
    Robert

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    Default Re: Powershift

    The power-shift is worth the money if you're considering a FEL.

    The YM2010 is an excellent tractor and the largest two cylinder Yanmar ever produced in the YM series.

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    Default Re: Powershift

    Quote Originally Posted by rmully View Post
    Is powershift worth the extra money and does having it a cause for more mechanical problems down the road ?? Also what do you guys think of a YM2000 vs. a YM2010 ..if you had to choose which would you buy?

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    Robert
    Both are good tractors, I would take the YM2010 3cyl power shift over the YM2000 2 cyl gear drive.

    Danny

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    Default Re: Powershift

    mark777, sure glad to see you post again, hope it is a regular event. And as the dumbest one to post so far, yes the powershift is worth the money.
    Try not. Do or do not. There is no try. Yoda

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    Default Re: Powershift

    I sure do like my powershift. So much so that it would hard to imagine not getting it if I had the choice.
    Yanmar YM1510D

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    Default Re: Powershift

    Best feature of my tractor besides the diesel engine wouldnt have it any other way now.

    I really like the fact I dont have to stop the attachment by pushing in the clutch to move forward or reverse.

    Steve

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    Default Re: Powershift

    Welcome to the forum. I agree with the other folks.....powershift is worth every penny. I am a relatively new tractor owner.....have driven several in the past but never owned one. I am so glad my 186D has powershift. Makes life real easy with my FEL, saves the clutch. Make sure you have clean fluid......my tractor takes JD 303 or regular Dextron 3 trans. fluid works well. Keep your screen cleaned, make sure your filter is good.....have fun!

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    Default Re: Powershift

    Thanks everyone ... Powershift it is. One last question ...what is the difference between a YM2010 and a YM2210 all i can see is the the 2010 is 3 cylinder must be more that i don't see.

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    Default Re: Powershift

    The 2010 has the 3t82b engine rated at 23hp, built in 80-81, weighs 1920lbs. The 2210 has the 2t90 engine rated at 25hp, built in 77, weighs 2085 lbs.

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    I have a 2210BD, a two cylinder, that is strong as, well you know. Does work that it should not be able to.
    Try not. Do or do not. There is no try. Yoda

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