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  1. clemsonfor

    Need to excess

    Mad I'd be there in a heartbeat.....it would be tough to come across the country to get a free tractor with $5 a gallon gas! Haha
  2. clemsonfor

    When to worry about black smoke?

    Which model has 20zerks for a 2wd!!!??? I swear my 2000 has like half that?
  3. clemsonfor

    2310 Oil filter cross reference

    The Purolator is today's fram. They apparently have had a bunch of bad filters with tears and poor quality and unsealed pleats. I use to seek out Purolator cause they were good and affordable but after seeing many pictures of them and hearing how many people found them with pleats that are...
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    Looked at yanmar 2210D oil is gray is that water?

    Yea I'd price out the implements, and them maybe a couple hundred for a tractor with a possible bad engine.
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    Loan a Yanmar

    Yea I will do a lot for many people but I go with the tractor . And I especially won't load a tractor out for the spring and part of summer , that's crazy that's tractor season. That said I do borrow some neighbors/friends tractor. I borrow if I have something I need a loader for or if I was...
  6. clemsonfor

    336D engine oil hour change

    Nah, I have been around this for 20 years. And I see timber sales in some pretty rural parts of our state. Now who I work for they probably wouldn't just drop the oil on site, but with that said I don't see it happening in the same period on private land either. You will see busted hydraulic...
  7. clemsonfor

    YM187D Project tractor

    @California wants that hood I bet!
  8. clemsonfor

    Yanmar filter kit

    I figured that must of been a new Yanmar or some other tractor with a Yanmar engine. Didn't even remotely recognize that model! 🤣
  9. clemsonfor

    Yanmar FX32D--any hints on hydraulic oil change?

    Anywhere besides the overpriced Carquest is at least 30 minute drive for me. And that town does have a TSC. But anything else I just pick up while I pass at work or in another trip somewhere. I drive about 35,000 miles a year through most of this state and a small part of Georgia. Other than big...
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    Yanmar FX32D--any hints on hydraulic oil change?

    The TSC Traveller brand of "Premium Universal Tractor Trans/hydraulic oil" meets those specs.
  11. clemsonfor

    Leaking fuel injector assembly

    I wouldn't worry about getting the injector in 9f you got it out. Bleeding air shouldn't be hard as said at worse you need to crack the line till fuel is present the tighten it.
  12. clemsonfor

    YM155d not starting...ran out of fuel !!

    I thought you did mention to fill it, well someone did and I seconded that as well. Cause like you I read it somewhere, not a technical manual I don't think unless it was the Yanmar shop manual for the ym240 I have. But I swear the directions on Hoyes sight say to fill the fuel tank. I'm not...
  13. clemsonfor

    YM155d not starting...ran out of fuel !!

    How can the bleeder be "above the level of the fuel tank" don't all these tractors have a fuel tank at the top and right under the hood just or just other side of the dash and the injection pump is on the side or lower front of the engine? I guess you could have a pump up higher on the front and...
  14. clemsonfor

    YM155d not starting...ran out of fuel !!

    Fill the tank up, follow the procure you already did. It will work. As said the tank is above the pump, gravity does the rest.
  15. clemsonfor

    Value of original rice tires

    Those still have plenty of life left. I have never understood people who shy away from cracks in Ag tires. If they were on my combine and I farmed for a living that's one thing. But like 99% of us on here are hobbyish type guys. Not to say a flat wouldn't inconvenience us but that a day lost is...
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    Value of original rice tires

    The south is full of Yanmars as well!!!!
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    Value of original rice tires

    Yep, tall pattle lugs. I forget their R ? Like maybe 5 or 6?
  18. clemsonfor

    YM2310 dragging brakes?

    If it was a new to me Machine I'd just change the hydro fluid. Black Friday TSC will have their Premium Trans/hydraulic tractor fluid on sale for I think I saw $37 or maybe it was $47..I think it's the lesser cause I think it's normally only $45-50. My reasoning is you have no idea what's in...
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    YM2310 dragging brakes?

    These brakes are very simple. Also it's not easy to roll these small tractors if there on anything besides concrete. The brake rods just pull on a shaft that cams over and spreads the shoes into the drum. I also have a very long thread about getting one of my brakes unstuck. There notorious...
  20. clemsonfor

    1301d vs 226d

    I wasn't trying to say your wrong just throw in what I recalled as the power outputs. I didn't look it up either, just from what I recalled. If tractor Data says engine HP is 20 someone screwed up. That is 20 PTO HP. And we all know the 24 HP engine number for the YM2000/YM240 cause the data...
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    1301d vs 226d

    My boss when he lived in the country had a JD1020 which was a 60s era JD row crop tractor. I believe it's in the 30hp range. He basically 99% finish mower his yard with it, once a week, now that was like 6 or 7 acres of grass but if I remember right he used something crazy like 10 to 20 gallons...
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    3-Point Hitch help with a blade

    There is a difference between power steering fluid and ATF but there really shouldn't be. Its just a hydraulic system and that's basically what both of them are anyway. Not sure why someone decided they needed to think up another type of oil. Just use AFF that's specked for that vehicle...
  23. clemsonfor

    1301d vs 226d

    To the OP I think the 226 will perform what you want better than the smaller 1300 which is more of a tilling tractor.
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    1301d vs 226d

    The one difference is weight. Ballasted up an N will weight 2x what a ym2000 will weigh which it was designed to pull ground engaging equipment in row crop operations and that weight will allow it to out pull out Yanmars. But we probably can outperform an N with the torque and effeciency of the...
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    3-Point Hitch help with a blade

    I believe it's detergents and additives that's are put into it to creep clean and hang around.
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    3-Point Hitch help with a blade

    I think it may have some from something old school way prior to the internet. Probably some home handyman, machinist or hobby magazine. Don't forget the internet is not that old and unless someone scanned hundreds of years of publications 8nto it they don't "exist" sincere not on the...
  27. clemsonfor

    3-Point Hitch help with a blade

    The ATf used as a penetrating oil is pretty well known, the acetone will carry it in even further as it thins it out even more. I mentioned it as well.
  28. clemsonfor

    3-Point Hitch help with a blade

    Get some automatic transmission fluid and pour it over the area that is supposed to move. If you have some acetone you can mix it 50:50 to help it creep more. And the latter can be put in a spray bottle to apply as a penetrating oil. ATF is pretty good crud knocker loose and lubricating oil . If...
  29. clemsonfor

    Help me identify this noise.

    Used the disk harrow this evening for 30 mins or so. This was what was in when I heard the noise. Anyway no noise when pulling it or carrying it around lifted.
  30. clemsonfor

    Yanmar1401D

    There good solid tractors. Just keep your maintenance up. If you bush hog a lot in tall grass that has seeds and stuff make sure that you check to make sure the radiator is clear of the debris. That is an easy way to overheat these tractors and blow a head gasket. That particular model I don't...
  31. clemsonfor

    Help me identify this noise.

    I filled it with oil this morning and ran it around. Just driving it different speeds without an implement right now, no noise heard. Let's hope it stays that way. Before it was easily autible over the engine running.
  32. clemsonfor

    Help me identify this noise.

    Because I use RTV for most stuff. I had it on hand, didn't have to buy it. And maybe it's me and I don't know how to use gaskets but I have had leaks useing them...if I'm smearing them with RTV I don't see the point in useing the gasket. But that's just me.
  33. clemsonfor

    Help me identify this noise.

    Ok, I finally got around to sealing the PTO back in the tractor. One day I'll fill with oil and make sure it works. But I don't have time for that right now.
  34. clemsonfor

    Nice folks here

    Yea there is a good group here. Carey is the only one here I have personally me. Great guy.
  35. clemsonfor

    Help me identify this noise.

    I test fit the PTO . I would say the hardest part I guess would be to get the PTO lever in the PTO fork. You can see that shiney nub in gap between PTO and tractor. I took the below picture so that you can see the shift lever on the left . Look at the top of the PTO cover and on the left side...
  36. clemsonfor

    Yanmar Diesel Fuel Bowl

    I just use the part numbers for the long filter that I need. I use the wix or carquest number and buy them when I need them. The last ones I got off rock auto. Used the wix number and added a few closeout WIX filters to my order for a few dollars apiece. If you order from Hoye you will receive...
  37. clemsonfor

    Help me identify this noise.

    Not if he put the pint into his tractor out of that bucket over the last 10 years or whenever.
  38. clemsonfor

    Help me identify this noise.

    You also realize that the fluid is how your bearings are lubed as well. Oil breaks down on heat and cooling cycles. I personally would change it at a minimum of the listed interval. I change mine now a days every 5 years..maybe a bit longer .
  39. clemsonfor

    Help me identify this noise.

    Its a wear collar that slips over the axle and the seal rides on it. Its a sacrificial surface so you don't have to replace an axle shaft that's grooved. Look a few posts up where the shaft is wrapped in blue towels, the new bearing on it and just to the outside of it by the splines you see the...
  40. clemsonfor

    Help me identify this noise.

    Here is the picture of the seal collar I installed 9 or 10 years ago. I have probably averaged 15 to 20 hours a year over that period, so around 100 hours maybe on this collar. Now this was an aftermarket one not Yanmar original so maybe it's softer? I think it's pretty hard metal though. It...
  41. clemsonfor

    Help me identify this noise.

    Haha, I suspected that might have been the case. Just messing with you. Thanks!(y)
  42. clemsonfor

    Flush Yanmar 3110D hydraulic system

    Not sure you knew but your "rebuilder" is in Vietnam. The place you bought it is just a importer/dealer. Or just dealer. But follow the others advice on this.
  43. clemsonfor

    Help me identify this noise.

    Yep it was a wet year. Not sure how this relates to this thread or this repair...but:p:ROFLMAO::LOL:
  44. clemsonfor

    Help me identify this noise.

    Ok I finially got to this yesterday. I got the axle back in the tractor and bull gear back on wheel ready to go on and torque the bull gear down. While the bearing slipped out on the inside it would not go in more than 1/4" into the inside housing even getting what taps I could with a dead...
  45. clemsonfor

    Help me identify this noise.

    Parts came in this week while I was away at a continuing Ed class. Came on time via UPS this time. My order was filed under USPS insurance as lost and reshipped by Hoye. I paid more to ship UPS this time and to hopefully have it sooner than 2 weeks the USPS seems to take when they actually...
  46. clemsonfor

    Help please buying used 3 point tiller

    I'm not either but I could see it. It was $500 and it's sold. Someone got a deal.
  47. clemsonfor

    Parking brake

    Or to tighten it up it's just a turnbuckle!😉🤣
  48. clemsonfor

    Yanmar YM2310 tiller problems

    Good ol Norm!:LOL:
  49. clemsonfor

    Yanmar YM2310 tiller problems

    There is a piece you need. I think it's triangular in shape. Several have posted about this pice before in the past and say you really need to use it for the tiller to work and not hit the tires when lifted. I think you can fab up something not cut the shaft as you have said. I can't remember...
  50. clemsonfor

    How much tiller will 2310 handle?

    Often time they were run for 30 years before they got here. Often times with gear boxes half filled with water from a leaky seal. They still work fine. Some of the worse cases need a commonly available off the shelf bearing and a new seal . Proof of the durability despite some abuse in a past life.
 
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