Yanmar tractor tire

Yanmar tractor tire DEFAULT

Tractor Tires and Rims - How to Measure Tractor Tires and Rims in 4 Steps

by Brian Gorney - Tractor Tire Professional

Being able to understand tractor tires and rim sizes should be straightforward and easy, right? If you have ever had to shop for replacement tires and rims for your tractor, you have probably discovered (the hard way) that the subject of equipment tires isn’t quite as simple as you would think. It can be very frustrating for many customers who end up saying to themselves (and sometimes outloud) "I just want a buy a tractor tire and wheel or rim, how hard can that be?" In fact, most people tell me that when shopping for tires online or locally, they often end up with more questions than answers from local tire shops... “What are the rim measurements?” “What is the wheel bolt pattern?” “What is the offset of the wheel?” Honestly, how is anyone who does not size tires and rims for a living supposed to know this information? 

Luckily, as a Tractor Tire Pro, this is exactly what I do for a living - it is my job to help people every day find exactly the right tires and rims for their tractor, skid steer, trailers, and every other type of equipment. This article explains, in easy to understand terms, exactly how to measure tires, rims, and wheels to help you find the right fit quickly and easily, every time. After reading this article, you will be able to correctly measure not only tractor tires and rims, but every type other type of wheel and tire just like a pro. If you are ready, let’s get started!

Tractor and Skid Steer Tires and Rims - Introduction

As you may already know, a rim is bolted or fastened to the axle hub on most tractors, skid steers, and other machines that the actual tires mount to. When combined with the tire, it creates what we call the wheel. Obviously, there are many different tires size, therefore there are many different sizes of rims for tire mounting. Tire sizes are most often marked clearly on the side of the tire and are easy to identify. However, if you need a new tire and a new rim for your tractor, machine, or trailer, the tire size itself unfortunately only helps us with half of the answer. To find replacement wheels for your equipment, you will also need to know the rim size and a few other details. These days, most people buy tractor tires online with rims and wheels shipped directly. If you know how to properly measure the rims, when they arrive in 2 to 3 days everything will be a perfect, factory fit.

The 4 Steps to correctly sizing Tires, Rims and Wheels


Step 1: Understanding Tire Sizes

Selecting the right tire and / or tire rim begins with understanding tire itself and the tire size. Depending on the manufacturer and tire application, almost all tires sizes are typically given in either standard size or metric.

Tractor Tires Online How to Size Tractor Tires, Wheels and Tractor Rims Guide

Tires Size with two numbers - What they mean

If your tire size has two sets of numbers (10-16.5, 12.4-16, or 18.4R28), here is what the size numbers mean. In our first example of tire size 10-16.5, the first number 10 is the width of the tire in inches. The second number in the example 16.5, is the actual diameter measurement of the wheel that the tire fits. In other words, a 10-16.5 tire is 10” wide and fits a 16.5” rim.

Tire size with three numbers - What they mean

If your tire size has three sets of numbers (18x8.50-8, 31x15.50-15, or 26x12.00-12) here is what the size numbers mean. In our first example of tire size 18x8.50-8, the first number 18 is the total diameter (outside height) of the tire in inches. The second number in the example 9.50 is the actual width measurement of the tire itself. The third number in the example 8 is the measurement in inches of the rim that this particular tire fits. To sum this up, a 18x8.50-8 tire is 18” inches tall, is 8.5” inches wide, and mounts correctly on an 8” diameter rim.

       

Step 2: Measuring Your Rim / Wheel Width and Diameter

Let’s first begin with the rim width. The method of correctly measuring the width of a tractor tire rim is from inside the bead lip to the inside of the opposite bead lip. Many tractor and equipment owners make the mistake of incorrectly measuring the overall width of the rim instead, which results in buying a new rim that does not fit the tire. 

The measurement of the rim diameter is measured the same way. Remember, the rim diameter it is not measured by overall height, but to the first flange (drop) of the bead lip on the rim itself. There are lots of variations of rim sizes and measurements, so again, check that tire size indicating the rim diameter to make sure they match. One helpful tip is many rim manufacturers will stamp the rim size on the on the inside bead flange, which will tell you what the size of that rim actually is. Most times, the rim diameter will be the first digit and the second will be the rim width or class.


Step 3: Understanding and Measuring the Wheel Bolt Pattern

The bolt pattern of a wheel or rim is the pattern of lug holes in the rim where the lug bolts / studs and nuts secure the wheel to the tractor or equipment. The lug holes are the points on the wheel that accept the lug nut or lug bolt to securely fasten the wheel to the equipment. There are always at least three bolt holes in a circle around the large hub hole at the center of the wheel, and many times there are more. The “bolt pattern” specifically refers to the layout and distance pattern that the lug nuts are bolted to the wheel or rim.

To measure the bolt pattern, we first need to count the number of bolt holes that are in (or need to be in) the rim and make sure it matches the axle hub. For our purposes, tractor wheels are most commonly equipped 3, 4, 5, 6 and 8 lug bolt patterns, some less common patterns include 5, 7, 10, 11 or more holes. Once you have determined the quantity of bolt holes, you will next measure the distance between the holes themselves.

Tire rim bolt holes are measured center-to-center, meaning you are measuring the distance between the center (the middle) of the hole the center of another hole. When measuring the distance between the bolt holes on any wheel, it is important to keep in mind that that patterns with an even number bolt holes (4, 6, or 8 holes) are a lot easier to measure than patterns with an odd number bolt holes (3, 5 or 7 bolt holes). We cover how to measure odd hole patterns in a moment.

Even Number Bolt Hole Patterns

To measure patterns with an even number of bolt holes, including 4 bolt, 6 bolt, and 8 bolt patterns, you will measure the distance between the bolt holes directly across from each other in a straight line, again, from center to center of two holes. Record this distance.

Odd Number Bolt Hole Patterns

Patterns with an odd number of holes, like 5 bolt patterns, are more difficult to measure because the bolt holes are not directly across from each other. However, we can still measure them effectively. Begin the measurement by using a straight line from the center of any hole, and measure to where the center of where an opposite hole would be if it were there. Because the wheel bolt hole patterns are in concentric circles, this will give you the approximate correct distance between holes center to center and is close enough for our purposes of hole pattern. Record this distance.

Measuring Wheel Bolt Hole Size

Next, you will measure the size (diameter) of the bolt holes themselves, which vary depending on the size of the bolt or the stud. While a tape measure will work moderately well, I recommend measuring with a caliper instead if you can. Again, a tape measure or ruler will still work and get us a close-enough approximation of the size of the holes for us to identify the correct pattern. Record this number.

Step 4: Understanding and Measuring Wheel Offset 

While the bolt holes and center hole of any wheel are located exactly in the center of the wheel (if they were not, a wheel would “hop” as it went around), many people also assume that the mounting point of the wheel to the hub (where the bolts holes are) are placed the same distance (with the wheel vertical and mounted to the machine) from the inside of the wheel to outside of the wheel. While this can be correct in certain cases, most often the wheel bolts and mounting center are “Offset” to be wither closer to the inner or outer edge of the wheel ring when mounted to the machine. This offset results in making the wheel either closer or further away from the axle when bolted to the hub. In other words, the Offset of a wheel or rim is the distance (when vertical or in mounted position) from the vertical center of the wheel to where the center of the rim is when mounted to the hub. This difference in distance when mounted is the Offset measurement, and is referred to as either positive, negative, or zero. Positive offset is when the hub mounting surface is more toward the outside of the wheel, making more of the wheel closer to the tractor. Negative offset is when the hub mounting surface is toward the inside (or hub side) of the wheels, resulting in more of the wheel a further distance from the hub or tractor. Zero offset is when the difference in the mounting surface from the inside and the outside of the wheel is the same (equal).

To measure wheel offset, there are a few steps. First the wheel flat. Second, using a ruler or straightedge, measure the distance from the floor or ground to the top of the wheel and record that measurement. Next, divide that measurement by 2. This result is the vertical centerline of the wheel. Next, measure from the hub flange (where the bolt holes are) to the top of the wheel. If the centerline number is smaller than the hub distance to the top of the wheel, the offset is positive; if it is larger, the offset is negative. Finally, subtract the smaller number from the larger number. That result is the actual offset of the wheel.

Now that you have the wheel width and wheel diameter measurements, bolt pattern measurements, and wheel offset, you are ready confidently buy the correct wheels and tire for your tractor, equipment, or trailer.

More more helpful information, please visit www.TeamTractor.com

Sours: https://www.teamtractor.com/blog/tractor-tires-and-rims---how-to-measure-tractor-tires-and-rims-in-4-steps--26599

Yanmar Tractor Tire/Tube 147,195, 1500, 1502, 1510, 1600, 1601, 1602, 1610, 1700

Yanmar Tractor Tire/Tube 147,195, 1500, 1502, 1510, 1600, 1601, 1602, 1610, 1700Yanmar Tractor Tire/Tube 147,195, 1500, 1502, 1510, 1600, 1601, 1602, 1610, 17001 of 1FREE Shipping See More

$98.95Buy It Now5d 0h, FREE Shipping, 30-Day Returns, eBay Money Back Guarantee

Seller:southernfarmequipmentimports✉️(550)96.6%, Location:Irvington, Alabama, Ships to: US, Item:132370045566YANMAR TRACTOR TIRE/TUBE 147,195, 1500, 1502, 1510, 1600, 1601, 1602, 1610, 1700. YANMAR TRACTOR FRONT TIRE & TUBE. TIRE; 4.00X12 TRI-RIB. TUBE 4.00X12 . FITS YANMAR MODELS 140, 147, 180, 195, 1500, 1502, 1510, 1600, 1601, 1602, 1610, 1700, 1702, 1720, YMG1800, 1802, 1810, 1900, YMG2000, 2002, F16, F17, FX17, F18, FX18, F20, FX20. PLEASE TELL US YOUR TRACTORS MODEL NUMBER WHEN ORDERING.Condition:New, Restocking Fee:20%, All returns accepted:Returns Accepted, Item must be returned within:30 Days, Refund will be given as:Money Back, Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer, Brand:UNIVERSAL, Part Type:TRACTOR TIRE, MPN:Does Not Apply, Compatible Equipment Type:YANMAR TRACTOR TIRE, Compatible Equipment Make:Yanmar, Type:TRACTOR TIRE, Model:147,195, 1500, 1502, 1510, 1600, 1601, 1602, 1610,, UPC:Does not apply

PicClick Insights - Yanmar Tractor Tire/Tube 147,195, 1500, 1502, 1510, 1600, 1601, 1602, 1610, 1700 PicClick Exclusive

  •  Popularity - 5,228 views, 3.6 views per day, 1,456 days on eBay. Super high amount of views. 4 sold, 8 available.
  • 5,228 views, 3.6 views per day, 1,456 days on eBay. Super high amount of views. 4 sold, 8 available.

  •  Price -
  •  Seller - 550+ items sold. 3.4% negative feedback. Good seller with good positive feedback and good amount of ratings.
  • 550+ items sold. 3.4% negative feedback. Good seller with good positive feedback and good amount of ratings.

    Recent Feedback

People Also Loved PicClick Exclusive

Sours: https://picclick.com/Yanmar-Tractor-Tire-tube-147195-1500-1502-1510-1600-132370045566.html
  1. Modesto flooring
  2. Med surg, ati quizlet
  3. Casio ad 5 keyboard ac power adapter

22 Results for Yanmar Tractor Tires - For Sale Classifieds

Yanmar 254 Utility Tractors
$3,000

Yanmar 254 Utility Tractors

cannot hold Tennessee Tractor LLC liable for descriptions made without the buyers prior viewing. All sales AS IS received from dealership locations. Excess charge for excessive load prep work/tire removal. All funds to be…

1 month ago on ebay.com
2010 John Deere 3720 Tractor With OEM Loader, Cab, AC/Heat, 4x4, 44 HP Yanmar
$18,900

2010 John Deere 3720 Tractor With OEM Loader, Cab, AC/Heat, 4x4, 44 H…

2010 John Deere 3720 Tractor With OEM Loader Enclosed Cab, AC/Heat, 4x4, OEM 300 CX Loader with 62" Bucket, 3298 Hours, 44 HP Yanmar Diesel Engine, Hydrostatic Transmission, 3 Point Hitch, 540 & Mid PTO, 2 Rear Remotes…

1 month ago on ebay.com
2012 JOHN DEERE 2320 Tractor With OEM Loader, ONLY 26 Hrs!!, 4x4, 22 HP Yanmar
$12,900

2012 JOHN DEERE 2320 Tractor With OEM Loader, ONLY 26 Hrs!!, 4x4, 22 …

2012 JOHN DEERE 2320 Tractor With OEM Loader 2 Post ROPS, 4x4, OEM H130 Loader with 50" Bucket, 26 Hours, 22 HP Yanmar Diesel Engine, Hydrostatic Transmission, 3 Point Hitch, 540 PTO, 31 x 13.50 - 15 NHS Rear Turf Tires

1 month ago on ebay.com
John Deere 3320 Tractor With OEM Loader, 4x4, 1081 Hours!!, 32 HP Yanmar, 3 Pt.
$13,900

John Deere 3320 Tractor With OEM Loader, 4x4, 1081 Hours!!, 32 HP Yan…

John Deere 3320 Tractor With OEM Loader 2 Post ROPS, 4x4, OEM 300CX Loader with 60" Bucket, 1081 Hours, 32 HP Yanmar Diesel Engine, Geared Transmission, Power Reverser, 3 Point Hitch, 540 PTO, Foot Throttle, 43 X 16…

1 month ago on ebay.com
John Deere 2305 Tractor
$10,250

John Deere 2305 Tractor

John Deere 2305, 317 hrs, 4WD, Loader, HST, King Kutter Grader Box, Heavy Duty Tooth Bar, 3 point quick coupler Tractor Engine Model Yanmar, 3TNV76, Type Diesel, Gross Horsepower 17.9, kW (24.0 hp), PTO Horsepower (18…

1 month ago on ebay.com
2002 John Deere 790 Tractor
N.A.

2002 John Deere 790 Tractor

2002 John Deere 790 Tractor. 1.5 liter, three cylinder, 30HP, 4WD, Yanmar Diesel, 897 hours, 61 in bucket, Turf tires. Kept in garage, well-maintained. Runs great, bought a larger tractor. $11,000. 309/369-XXXX Dunlap…

1 month ago on TradinPost Classifieds
2014 John Deere X758 Garden Tractors
$20,500

2014 John Deere X758 Garden Tractors

ITEM DETAILS Description: 2014 John Deere X758 2014 JD X758 GARDEN TRACTOR, 24HP YANMAR ENGINE, 60" DECK, 99% TIRE TREAD, 4WD, POWER STEERING, SNOWBLOWER, APPEARANCE RATING - 10 LIKE NEW. - Currently sitting on lot…

1 month ago on ebay.com
2013 John Deere 1025R Utility Tractors
$11,340

2013 John Deere 1025R Utility Tractors

ITEM DETAILS Description: 2013 John Deere 1025R 25 ENG HP, YANMAR, 3 CYLINDER DIESEL ENGINE, HYDRO TRANSMISSION, 2 HYDRO RANGE, MFWD, REAR TIRE: 26X12-12 R3, FRONT TIRE: 18X8.50 R3, OPEN STATION W/ROPS, 2 SCVS, 6.3 HYD…

1 month ago on ebay.com
John Deere 455 Garden Tractor ( 560 Hours )
$5,300

John Deere 455 Garden Tractor ( 560 Hours )

For sale is a 1996 John Deere 455 garden tractor with a and 54" mowing deck. I also have a 48" and a 60" deck if you prefer. Machine has 561 hours on it. Tires are new front and rear. I have bar tires on rear now but…

1 month ago on ebay.com
2015 John Deere 1025R Utility Tractors
$15,120

2015 John Deere 1025R Utility Tractors

ITEM DETAILS Description: 2015 John Deere 1025R 25 ENG HP, YANMAR, 3 CYLINDER DIESEL ENGINE, E-HYDRO TRANSMISSION, 2 HYDRO RANGE, MFWD, H120 LOADER S/N: 1P0H120XAFX053046, 26x12-12 R4 TIRES, 18x8.50-10, OPEN STATION…

1 month ago on ebay.com
2014 John Deere 2032R Utility Tractors
$24,610

2014 John Deere 2032R Utility Tractors

ITEM DETAILS Description: 2014 John Deere 2032R 32 ENG HP, YANMAR, 3 CYLINDER DIESEL ENGINE, HYDRO TRANSMISSION, 2 HYDRO RANGE, MFWD, H130 LOADER-S/N: 1P0H130XTFX008525, OPEN STATION W/ROPS, 2 LOADER SCVS/1 REAR SCV…

1 month ago on ebay.com
Sours: https://for-sale.yowcow.com/yanmar-tractor-tires
yanmar tractor working/2021🇱🇰/Sl Amazing/Amazing video

Tires Converting tires on Yanmar 1500D

I have found that there seems to be no enthusiasm about changing the wheels out on a tractor from something other than another tractor wheel;)
a couple weeks ago I found 2 wheels that were a direct bolt onto the front of my tractor ( 4-lug ) I thought perhaps some here might would like to know of this find, although very little if no interest or positive feedback was shown,:cool:you mention the wheels from a honda car, I'd say no they will not fit, the only car wheels I have found that will bolt up would be from a V/W bug although most are 15" and narrow and the style of wheels simply would look weird on a tractor, there use to be aftermarket wheels made for V/W in order to run a larger/wider tire but I haven't manage to find any of them, I have also found another older German made car in the salvage yard that had the same bolt pattern but the wheels were so rusty I didn't bother with them,
It seems I'm always one who is giving bad advice :eek:
You ask about the effect on changing to a wider tire on front? I can't see as to how having a wider tire would be a problem, so as long as keeping the same ratio to match with the rear tires,
Sours: https://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/threads/converting-tires-on-yanmar-1500d.214453/

Tire yanmar tractor

Tires what size wheels and tires for a Yanmar 186D

Car Doc said:

Yanmar Tractor Tire Size Comparison By Model

Hth! 1510D is I believe the equivalent tractor btw I see the 186D isn't listed sorry and welcome! :)

Click to expand...


Car Doc said:

Oops I was way off sorry about that folks. :eek:

Click to expand...

That confused me too. Just one of the minor differences between the built-for US YM186D, and the Japan-market YM1510D.

I need a low profile to get under my orchard trees so the US version on 16" wheels is a better choice than the 1510's 18" wheels.

The only other differences I have noticed are a 2-speed pto with internal overrun clutch, and a big external hydraulic filter. Maybe the air filter? These are essentially the same tractor with different options bolted on.

Oh and a minor point on front tires: 6-12 is what belongs on there to go with 9.5-16 rear. The common US size 6.00x12 is taller and stresses the 4wd, since this larger tire goes farther per revolution.
Sours: https://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/threads/what-size-wheels-and-tires-for-a-yanmar-186d.197581/
Proper Tractor Tire Inflation

Yanmar Tractor Tires Sizes?

Don't see your Tractor model? The US model Yanmar tractor page is on the way.


Tractor Model | Drive | Front | Rear |

YM1100 4x2 4.50-10 7-14
YM1100-D 4x4 4.00-12 7-14
YM1101 4x2 4,50-10 7-14
YM1101-D 4x4 4.00-12 7-14
YM1110 4x2 4.00- 9 7-14
YM1110-D 4x4 4.00-10 7-14
YM1300 4x2 4.50-10 8-16
YM1300-D 4x4 5.00-12 8-16
YM1301 4x2 4.50-10 8-16
YM1301-D 4x4 5.00-12 8-16
YM1401 4x2 4.50-10 8-16
YM1401-D 4x4 5.00-12 8-16
YM1500 4x2 4.00-12 8.3/8-22
YM1500-D 4x4 5.00-14 8.3/8-22
YM1502 4x2 4.00-12 8-20
YM1502-D 4x4 5.00-12 8-20
YM1510 4x2 4.00-12 8-18
YM1510-D 4x4 5.00-12 8-18
YM1601 4x2 4.00-12 8.3-22
YM1601-D 4x4 5.00-14 8.3-22
YM1602 4x2 4.00-12 8.3-20
YM1602-D 4x4 5.00-12 8.3-20
YM1610 4x2 4.00-12 8.3-22
YM1610-D 4x4 5.00-14 8.3-22
YM1700 4x2 4.00-12 8.3-24
YM1700-D 4x4 5.00-14 8.3-24
YM1702 4x2 4.00-12 8.3-22
YM1702-D 4x4 5.00-14 8.3-22
YM1720 4x2 4.00-12 8.3-22
YM1720-D 4x4 5.00-14 8.3-22
YM1802 4x2 4.00-12 8.3-22
YM1802-D 4x4 5.00-14 8.3-22
YM1810 4x2 4.00-12 8.3-24
YM1810-D 4x4 5.00-14 8.3-24
YM1820 4x2 4.00-12 8.3-24
YM1820-D 4x4 5.00-14 8.3-24
YM2000 4x2 4.00-15 9.5-24
YM2000-D 4x4 6.00-14 9.5-24
YM2001 4x2 4.00-15 9.5-24
YM2001-D 4x4 6.00-14 9.5-24
YM2002 4x2 4.00-15 8.3-24
YM2002-D 4x4 6.00-15 8.3-24
YM2010 4x2 4.00-15 9.5-24
YM2010-D 4x4 6.00-16 9.5-24
YM2020 4x2 4.00-15 9.5-24
YM2020-D 4x4 6.00-14 9.5-24
YM2202 4x2 4.00-15 9.5-24
YM2202-D 4x4 6.00-14 9.5-24
YM2210 4x2 4.00-15 9.5-24
YM2210-D 4x4 6.00-14 9.5-24
YM2220 4x2 4.00-15 9.5-24
YM2220-D 4x4 6.00-14 9.5-24
YM2301 4x2 4.50-15 11.2-24
YM2301-D 4x4 6.00-14 11.2-24
YM2310 4x2 4.00-15 11.2-24
YM2310-D 4x4 6.00-14 11.2-24
YM2402 4x2 4.00-15 11.2-24
YM2402-D 4x4 6.00-14 11.2-24
YM2420 4x2 4.00-15 11.2-24
YM2420-D 4x4 6.00-14 11.2-24
YM2610 4x2 5.00-15 11.2/10-24
YM2610-D 4x4 7.00-16 11.2/10-24
YM2620 4x2 5.00-15 12.4-24
YM2620-D 4x4 7.00-16 12.4-24
YM2820 4x2 5.00-15 12.4-26
YM2820-D 4x4 7.00-16 12.4-26
YM3110 4x2 5.50-16 12.4/11-28
YM3110-D 4x4 7.00-16 12.4/11-28
YM3220 4x2 5.50-16 12.4-28
YM3220-D 4x4 8.00-16 12.4-28
YM3810 4x2 5.50-16 12.4/11-28
YM3810-D 4x4 7.00-16 12.4/11-28
YM4220 4x2 5.50-16 13.6-26
YM4220-D 4x4 8.00-18 13.6-26
YM4300 4x2 6.00-16 13.6-28
YM4300-D 4x4 8.00-16 13.6-28
YM4500 4x2 6.50-16 12.4/11-32
YM4500-D 4x4 8.30-20 14.9-28
YM5000 4x2 6.50-16 14.9-28
YM5000-D 4x48.30-20 14.9-28
YM6000 4x2 7.50-16 13.9-36
YM6000-D 4x4 9.50-22 13.9-36
YM7000 4x2 7.50-16 13.9-36
YM7000-D 4x4 9.50-22 13.9-36

Find a Replacement Tractor Tire from our sponsors..

 


Sours: http://ymowners.com/yanmartires.htm

Now discussing:

Tractor Tips

Weather the Winter, By Winterizing Your Tractor

Plants, pets, waterlines, and tractors… all things that may require some ...

Stabilize Your Tractor with Wheel Spacers

In previous product tips, we discussed the various ballasting methods and tractor... 

Loader's 3rd Function and Front Power Beyond

Front loader 3rd function and power beyond hydraulics, why have them & what's the ... 

Tractor Quick Reference Guides

We will always recommend a tractor’s operator’s manual as the ultimate and best source of instruction and information ...

Taking Your Tractor On-Road

It's no surprise that tractors were not originally designed around the need to drive them on paved roads. However, many...

Calling 811

Before You Get to Work, You Might Want to Make a Call.

WEATHER THE WINTER: WINTERIZING YOUR TRACTOR PART 3

Check your Antifreeze and Your Battery.

WEATHER THE WINTER: WINTERIZING YOUR TRACTOR PART 2

Storage and Warm-ups, Two Easy Steps to Keep Your Tractor going.

Liquid Ballast 

The different types, why you should consider using, how to get your tires filled.

How to be a More Engaging Ground Engager

Per industry jargon, they are ground engaging tools. And what a selection. It can be a challenge drawing out your tractor...

All About the DPF

Last week, you learned about the wonderful process of regeneration and how it cleans your Diesel Particulate Filter or the DPF...

How to Operate Your Tractor Properly on Slopes & Hills

Ignoring these tips could send you down a slippery slope…

ReGen for future Gen’s!

Taking a better approach makes life easier for diesel tractor owners

How Tire Pressure Affects a Tractor’s Performance

A good tire pressure can help give you the most out of your compact tractor

Who Mows Best?

What's the difference between a 3-point-mounted or pull-type finish mower, a mid-mount mower, or a rotary cutter?

About the Throttle Boost: Ladies and Gentlemen, Rev your Engines!

Why would you want to do that you may ask?

The “Do-Nots” When Refueling Your Diesel Engine.

Save yourself the time, the money, and (most importantly) the tractor, by avoiding these common mistakes.

Hooking up a PTO

Hooking up a PTO doesn’t have to take a year and a day, with these tips, you will be operating your rear-implement in no time.

Calling an Audible: Yanmar’s Precision Super Seeders and Food Plot

Complete 3 jobs at once, all before Half-time

Use Two When You Don't Need Four

Selecting 4WD or 2WD to match what you need

To Use the Differential Lock, Use the Brake

Do you know all the standard features on your Yanmar SA Series tractor?

A/B Mode

Tractor technology to lighten your workload & make your life easier

Grading Scrapers

Faster, simpler driveway & trail maintenance

Ballasting to improve tractor performance

The 3-point attachment approach

Wheel ballast

The weight at the rear axle approach

Front ballast

Another factor in keeping your tractor properly balanced

Sours: http://yanmartractor.comstaging.com/resources/tractor-tips


781 782 783 784 785