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Off color: Yanmar SA221 anybody?

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Topic: Off color: Yanmar SA221 anybody?
Posted By: thendrix
Subject: Off color: Yanmar SA221 anybody?
Date Posted: 24 Nov 2022 at 4:37pm
Got an LS 25hp that we mow with and a few small jobs around and I'm just not happy with it. On top of that LS has quit supplying some parts for a 2020 tractor .

Anyway, went and looked at a Massey 1825 Tuesday and the dealer also carries Yanmar. Looked at the SA221 and, to me, it's a good bit more comfortable than the Massey and they're within a few hundred dollars of each other. Another big thing I like it the radiator is mounted in the front like bigger tractors. Makes the operators platform a bit cooler. Anybody have experience with these Yanmars? I know JD has run Yanmar engines in their smaller tractors for many years but what about the rest of it?

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"Farming is a business that makes a Las Vegas craps table look like a regular paycheck" Ronald Reagan



Replies:
Posted By: TomC
Date Posted: 24 Nov 2022 at 5:13pm
I'm not familiar with the newer Yanmar but I do have a Yanmar 2020d with a loader, it's a 1982 model I have owned it for over 20 years, I love it,starts at any temperature,sips fuel, it's done anything I have ever ask it to do. I think it maybe a little heavier than the 221 model, with the loader mine is probably 2600 to 2800 pounds. You'll like that Yanmar


Posted By: DMiller
Date Posted: 24 Nov 2022 at 5:32pm
Is a bit larger than our Deere Yanmar powered 2305, SA Series start at 22 go to almost 28hp 3 cyl, ours is just at 20hp 2 cyl and as dependable as Tom C's full Yanmar.  I have picked close to 1200 pounds with loader on ours, still unnerving unless have a balance implement at rear, hard on tires moving very far.  Was never a fan of the earth mover style Industrial tires on all these yet found they are not as brutal on lawn as the Ag tire tractors are.


Posted By: TomC
Date Posted: 24 Nov 2022 at 5:57pm
Thendrix, check out Fredricks Yanmar over in Hartselle Alabama they have been around for years,are a reputable dealer,and have a fairly good selection of older Yanmar tractors, parts of any kind have never been an issue,the few things I have needed I either got from Fredricks or from Hoye tractor out of Iowa Park Texas.


Posted By: Gary Burnett
Date Posted: 25 Nov 2022 at 7:19am
I have a 1980's Yanmar built JD 855 4WD with a loader about as bullet proof as it gets and built far heavier than those sold today.I would not trade it for a new compact with the same HP sold now.


Posted By: thendrix
Date Posted: 25 Nov 2022 at 7:50pm
Thanks for the input guys. I know Yanmar has been around a LONG time just not many around here to judge from

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"Farming is a business that makes a Las Vegas craps table look like a regular paycheck" Ronald Reagan



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