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    Default Re: Yanmar YFL-675 reviews ??!

    Quote Originally Posted by Scotty Dive View Post
    \....here is some info I have collected:

    YM140/47 =YFL575 loader w/ 1.75"x15" lift cylinders
    YM186 =YFL650 loader w/ 1.75"x13" lift cylinders
    YM180 =YFL675 loader w/ 1.75"x15" lift cylinders

    220/226 =YFL875 loader w/ 2.00"x16.5" lift cylinders
    YM276 =YFL1075 loader w/ 2.00"x24.0" lift cylinders
    YM336 =YFL1575 loader w/ 2.25"x24.0" lift cylinders
    That's a great list of information, Scotty. Do you by any chance have information about the YM240, or any other machines? Where did you find all this? Thanks for posting.

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    Default Re: Yanmar YFL-675 reviews ??!

    I just created a excel file with info that I came across that I thought would be helpful in my future. I have the following brochures that I bought off of ebay and scanned. I can email them to anyone interested. Most are about 9 megs so I have to send them seperately.

    GT14
    YM169
    YM180/187
    YM220
    YM140
    YM276
    Thanks,

    Scotty Dive
    Yanmar YM2020D "Git er Done Too"
    Pictures! http://s139.photobucket.com/albums/q...t=dfc00199.pbw
    Yanmar Tractor Database - Click Link, then click file and download the excel file.: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BxR...it?usp=sharing

  3. #13
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    Default Re: Yanmar YFL-675 reviews ??!

    I have a YFL 675 loader on a 187D.

    Does anyone know a part number for a new valve body? Do you know where I can find one?

    The handle on the valve has been mickey moused for many years now. One of the ears on the valve has even broken off. Winter is around the corner and I may need one

    Thanks
    Ed

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    Default Re: Yanmar YFL-675 reviews ??!

    Quote Originally Posted by Scotty Dive View Post
    I just created a excel file with info that I came across that I thought would be helpful in my future. I have the following brochures that I bought off of ebay and scanned. I can email them to anyone interested. Most are about 9 megs so I have to send them seperately.

    GT14
    YM169
    YM180/187
    YM220
    YM140
    YM276
    are they the sales brochure Scotty? if so i'd like to see the GT14 one as its the same as my YM14.
    Paul YM1500 & YM14 MkII

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    Default Re: Yanmar YFL-675 reviews ??!

    It is a sales brochure...PM me your email address and I will send it along....


    284 - if you are reading this....I checked your photobucket link where you had these brochures posted and its not working or I could not find it. Just an FYI
    Thanks,

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    Default Re: Yanmar YFL-675 reviews ??!

    Scotty, thanks for the heads-up. For some reason the comsifter here at work is blocking Photobucket; I'll check on it as soon as I can. I know they are still there somewhere. I haven't deleted anything, though, so they should be in my folders somewhere in the account.

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    Default Re: Yanmar YFL-675 reviews ??!

    I'm not sure what's going on with Photobucket. Domush has suggested using the Google version, which I will likely do at some point. Here are some direct links to brochures:

    These are all from Scotty Dive:
    GT14: GT14 brochure pictures by International284 - Photobucket

    YM140/147: YM140 YM147 pictures by International284 - Photobucket

    YM169 YM169 pictures by International284 - Photobucket

    YM180/187: YM180 and YM187 brochure pictures by International284 - Photobucket

    YM220: YM220 and YM226 pictures by International284 - Photobucket

    YM276/336: YM276 and YM336 pictures by International284 - Photobucket



    From Ach at Orangetractortalks.com:

    YM155: YM155 pictures by International284 - Photobucket


    I believe I got this from RScotty:

    YM186: YM186 pictures by International284 - Photobucket

    Courtesy of California:

    YM240: YM240 pictures by International284 - Photobucket

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    Default Re: Yanmar YFL-675 reviews ??!

    Are you talking about the loader control valve? I can locate the Yanmar part number, and probably have an installation manual for the loader. But I doubt that either would help you find one. There is nothing special about that loader valve. It wasn't made by Yanmar; it is a standard commercial part.....your most standard basic two spool loader valve having a float position and pb (power beyond port). Any make of valve meeting that description that is physically near the same size and flow rate and threaded to accept your loader cylinder hoses will work just fine.
    good luck, rScotty
    Pride of place goes to our 2 cylinder John Deer 530. She's as modern & useful today as 50 years ago.
    A Kubota M59 & a JD310SG for TLB work....giving us options on doing the same job.
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    Default Re: Yanmar YFL-675 reviews ??!

    oooh i likes the YM140/7 too....
    Paul YM1500 & YM14 MkII

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    Default Re: Yanmar YFL-675 reviews ??!

    rScotty, Yes, I am talking about the loader control valve. Thanks for the info. I'll see if I can find one. Do you know what the Yanmar part number is? It may make it a little easier... This is a borrowed machine (although I have had it for 3 years now) and I am trying to fix it for the owner. Off hand, do you know what the flow rate is.

    Thanks

    Ed

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