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    Platinum Member Smoody's Avatar
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    Default For the love of Yanmar

    This might be the most ridiculous thing yanmar related I have ever seen

    YARMAR TRACTOR
    YM226D w/YFL800 Loader

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    Veteran Member Pete Judd's Avatar
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    Default Re: For the love of Yanmar

    2007 I think NOT!
    Yanmar 186D 1981
    5 foot Unknown brush hog.
    5 foot HF Finish mower.
    5 foot J-Bar back blade.
    HF Quick Hitch.
    Home made land leveler.
    Countyline Middle Buster.

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    Platinum Member Smoody's Avatar
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    Default Re: For the love of Yanmar

    I am more interested in the $18,000 valuation be came up with..
    YM226D w/YFL800 Loader

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    Silver Member john40981's Avatar
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    Yanmar EF685 with 4in1 loader, Yanmar YM2700 with 4in1 loader, Fiat AT7C Dozer

    Default Re: For the love of Yanmar

    interesting listing, wood chipper or mower might be 2007

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    Default Re: For the love of Yanmar

    Mighty expensive bucket!!

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    Default Re: For the love of Yanmar

    For confused non Yanmar people like me. If that's a YM226D, Tractordata.com says that tractor went out of production in 1991. If it's another model, someone please tell me what it is.

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    Default Re: For the love of Yanmar

    I can't recognize the model. Having a roll bar could indicate it is a US sold but doesn't have to be. We are just sort of laughing at the ad because no matter what the model there have been none like that produced in the 2000s.

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    YM2000

    Default Re: For the love of Yanmar

    From the Looks of the Loader, ROP, and Price it's a US. UTDA deal.

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    yanmar 186D....JD LT180....DR Brush Cutter

    Default Re: For the love of Yanmar

    You can ask any amount you want......doesn't mean that's what you'll get. I'd be willing to let my 186D go for $20K......anyone interested??
    Is it just me.....or do buffalo wings taste like chicken?


    I Intend to Live Forever.....So Far....So Good![

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    Default Re: For the love of Yanmar

    My thoughts: Guy knows absolutely nothing about the machine, so the maintenance history is questionable at best.
    At what hes asking i wouldn't even bother asking a single question about it either.

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