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YM1510

Postby LUKETHAN » Sun Jul 16, 2017 11:31 pm

I JUST BOUGHT A YM 1510 TRACTOR. THE SPECS SAY IT IS A POWER SHIFT BUT IT A 12 FORWARD TRANSMISSION.I THINK THIS IS THE SERIAL # 3T72SA. WOULD LOVE TO KNOW MORE ON WHAT I HAVE. THANK YOU FOR YOUR HELP.

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Re: YM1510

Postby Aaron » Mon Jul 17, 2017 1:43 pm

The 1510 is a neat little tractor. What info were you wanting to know about it? 18hp engine. 15hp at the PTO. Powershift.

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Re: YM1510

Postby Norm » Mon Jul 17, 2017 3:56 pm

"THE SPECS SAY IT IS A POWER SHIFT BUT IT A 12 FORWARD TRANSMISSION." Why do you say that? A lot of Powershift Yanmar s have 12 forward speeds. That does not mean "automatic", only that you do not need the clutch to shift gears.

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Re: YM1510

Postby HOTRODMERC » Tue Jul 18, 2017 6:57 am

How about a picture of the shifter/operator station?

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Re: YM1510

Postby alan » Tue Jul 18, 2017 7:49 am

How about ordering a manual for it?

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Re: YM1510

Postby caseguy » Wed Jul 19, 2017 2:59 pm

i was working on a yanmar tractor and bought all three manuals parts,service and operation . i found alot of good info in the operation manual, well worth the money...

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Re: YM1510

Postby alan » Wed Jul 19, 2017 4:38 pm

I welcome your comment but your three are available only for export models (unless you read Japanese). For a "grey" like a 1510, Hoye arranged for its own manuals in English, sort of a single combo of the three you mentioned, and only $40.

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Re: YM1510

Postby LUKETHAN » Fri Jul 28, 2017 8:03 pm

Aaron wrote:The 1510 is a neat little tractor. What info were you wanting to know about it? 18hp engine. 15hp at the PTO. Powershift.

I JUST ORDERED A MANUAL FROM Y'ALL,BUT IT WILL BE DAYS BEFORE I GET IT. CAN YOU TELL ME TYPE,WIEGHT, AND CAPACITY FOR THE ENGINE OIL. ALSO A OIL FILTER #. THANKS

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Re: YM1510

Postby LUKETHAN » Fri Jul 28, 2017 8:04 pm

THANKS TO ALL WHO ANSWERED. WILL TRY TO GET PICS POSTED SOON.

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Re: YM1510

Postby alan » Sat Jul 29, 2017 1:09 am

CAN YOU TELL ME TYPE,WIEGHT, AND CAPACITY FOR THE ENGINE OIL. ALSO A OIL FILTER #.

Should be rated for diesel, not gasoline, 15/40 (or 15/45 -- forgot). Around 4 quarts or litres -- use the dipstick for the right amount. Don't know so I'd order a couple of oil and fuel filters from Hoye.

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Re: YM1510

Postby LUKETHAN » Thu Aug 10, 2017 10:24 pm

Norm wrote:"THE SPECS SAY IT IS A POWER SHIFT BUT IT A 12 FORWARD TRANSMISSION." Why do you say that? A lot of Powershift Yanmar s have 12 forward speeds. That does not mean "automatic", only that you do not need the clutch to shift gears.

THANKS NORM. IT IS A POWER SHIFT. I AM MORE FAMILIAR WITH THE 50 HP ON UP TRACTORS.WE RUN 200HP JD'S WITH POWER SHIFTS,BUT IS MY FIRST SMALL TRACTOR. WOULD YOU KNOW WHAT POUND PRESSURE TEST THE RADIATOR CAP NEEDS TO BE. HOYE TRACTOR HAS THEM BUT I HATE TO HAVE TO ORDER EVERY NUT AND BOLT. THANKS

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Re: YM1510

Postby alan » Fri Aug 11, 2017 5:04 am

Likely around 10. Given the age of the cooling system I wouldn't go much higher.

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Re: YM1510

Postby winston » Fri Aug 11, 2017 5:09 am

For what it is worth both the 276 and 220/226 repair manuals state 13psi. The 135/155 manual states 12.8psi. I have read the one Hoyes sells is 7psi. I don't know whether that is fact.

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Re: YM1510

Postby Norm » Fri Aug 11, 2017 8:18 am

LUKETHAN wrote:
Norm wrote:"THE SPECS SAY IT IS A POWER SHIFT BUT IT A 12 FORWARD TRANSMISSION." Why do you say that? A lot of Powershift Yanmar s have 12 forward speeds. That does not mean "automatic", only that you do not need the clutch to shift gears.

THANKS NORM. IT IS A POWER SHIFT. I AM MORE FAMILIAR WITH THE 50 HP ON UP TRACTORS.WE RUN 200HP JD'S WITH POWER SHIFTS,BUT IS MY FIRST SMALL TRACTOR. WOULD YOU KNOW WHAT POUND PRESSURE TEST THE RADIATOR CAP NEEDS TO BE. HOYE TRACTOR HAS THEM BUT I HATE TO HAVE TO ORDER EVERY NUT AND BOLT. THANKS


http://www.hoyetractor.com/PROD/RC-28.htm
Got this one a whie back, 7 #. I doubt you will find less than 12# locally. I would go with this one. If you need more than 7# to prevent boil-over you have a definite overheating problem, and less likely for leaks.
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Re: YM1510

Postby LUKETHAN » Fri Aug 11, 2017 4:05 pm

THANKS..THAT'S WHAT I WILL GET


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