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Yanmar Tractors and UTV's
Welcome to Yanmar Tractors - on this site you will find information on Yanmar Tractors, tractor reviews, information and research on tractors. You can also find Yanmar Dealers, read tractor reviews, browse Yanmar prices and shop online of all Yanmar tractor models including SA, YT, and YNM tractors. Please feel free to take your time and look around our Yanmar Store which is designed to provide information and guidance on everything Yanmar Tractors. Access all information and research on Yanmar, specifications, tractor attachment information, and prices, as well as research on other tractors. You will also find used tractors for sale that have been traded in.
The utility tractor is a broad category of equipment that includes tractors in the sub-compact, compact, small, and mid-size ranges. Yanmar utility tractors are used in many applications and can also be classified as property maintenance tractors, farm tractors, commercial tractors, landscaping tractors, construction tractors, and skip loaders. To compare tractors, you will need to consider the application. Whether you are maintaining a small property or large commercial property, or something in between, your Yanmar dealer can help to determine what size tractor may best fit your application.
Tractor attachments are most always important to tractor owners, and Yanmar compact and utility tractors are compatible with attachments including tractor backhoes, loaders, box blades, and many other applications. Beside Attachments, the Official Yanmar Tractor Store is your best place to find information including in Yanmar Corporation and Yanmar Tractors, Tractor Specs and Tractor Research including most major brands; Tractor Reviews: size up the best tractors and brands and compare for yourself including full specifications. Here you can also compare Tractor Prices, research performance data, and search New Tractors and Used Tractors for sale. Visit our Yanmar website, wiki; tractor data; Utility tractors; category; equipment; compact tractors; small; mid-size; ranges; applications; classified; property tractors; maintenance tractors; farm tractors; commercial tractors; tractors for small property; horse tractors; large commercial property tractors; Yanmar Compact; Yanmar Utility tractors; compatible; attachments; tractor backhoes; loaders; box blades; applications You may ask "Is there a Yanmar dealer near me" that can service your tractor. Please see our "Find a Dealer" tool that can help you locate your Yanmar Dealer in Arizona, New Mexico, and Nevada.
Choosing the Right Tractor
Regardless of how many acres you own or property you need to maintain, you know that you will need the right tools to get the job done. Tractors are a great choice to help you dig, move, grade, trench, build, mow, plow, plant, harvest, or haul equipment and supplies. Whether you are building a barn or a house, taking care of horses, cattle, homesteading, landscaping, farming, cultivating, for plowing and soil preparation, making an informed choice when buying a new tractor, or carefully choosing a good used tractor for your use. What size tractor and how much horsepower do I need? Which tractor brands should I consider – and stay away from? What about tractor service and maintenance like oil changes and tires? What is the warranty on this tractor and what is and is not covered? Will the tractor dealer be there for me if I need service? Which type of tractor transmission is best for my needs? What tractor attachments are best to get my job done? What about tractor financing and getting the best deal?
With so many considerations, online tractor prices, research and tractor reviews are a great place to start. Also, a good tractor dealer can also be a great resource for information on choosing the right size, options, and tractor accessories. Let your dealer help you with expert advice and guidance in finding the right equipment for you, get hands-on with the controls, and make your best deal with tractor promotions and special offers.
There are many choices when it comes to tractor brands, and if you have decided to make the investment in a new tractor, it makes sense you want to purchase the best quality tractor available at a great deal. Those looking for the best quality tractors are seeking out a farm vehicle that provides the power and traction to accomplish your goals.
A brand of tractor says a lot and is an important consideration in your purchase decision. Once you have selected a solid brand, tractor prices, dealer proximity, quality of dealer's service, and tractor warranty also play a role. The fact is that all tractors are NOT the same. There are great brands on the market, and we are proud that Yanmar has been delivering reliability and quality for over 100 years - since 1912. Yanmar tractors are assembled in Adairsville Georgia USA and these tractors feature the Legendary YANMAR Diesel Engine (also used in John Deere Tractors) and are backed by an UNBEATABLE 10-YEAR WARRANTY! Heavy-built Yanmar Tractors are Professional Grade Machines. Yanmar tractors are known for their Fuel efficiency: Yanmar low emissions yet powerful diesel engines help you protect the environment; Productivity: Yanmar tractors are comfortable and easy to operate all day long; Reliability: Yanmar produces all of our own drivetrain components to ensure perfect fit, balance, and dependability. You will also find our reliable components in many other brands like John Deere, Bobcat, Hitachi, Cub Cadet, Komatsu, Generac and many more; Versatility: There's a tool for every job, and we engineer our tractors to work with the ways you'll use the tractor and tractor attachments. For reference, below you will find the List of Utility Tractor Brands (in alphabetical order):
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Tractor Horsepower – How much will you need?
Tractor Transmissions - Which Type is Best?
Tractors come equipped with a wide variety of engine types (gasoline and diesel) and sizes (rated in horsepower). Garden tractors and older, used tractors typically have gasoline engines. New subcompact, compact and large farming tractors are all equipped with engines with different power ratings. Yanmar diesel tractor engines with output measured in horsepower, depending on their size. The amount of horsepower need depends on the type of work you need to do, as well as the terrain, acreage and other land conditions. Yanmar liquid-cooled diesel engines with advanced fuel injection systems deliver added power to take on the heaviest loads, and greater efficiency to get every job done in much less fuel. To get started, a general guide to tractor horsepower, your intended use and jobs will determine what tractor engine and horsepower you will need. For example, if you are using the tractor for mowing, gardening, landscaping, snow removal, arena maintenance, keeping a vineyard, or other smaller to moderate tasks with the land of 2 – 25 acres, a twenty 20 horsepower to twenty-five 25 horsepower tractors are a great starting point. Depending on the tractor job you can move up from there as required. Your Yanmar dealer about how many acres you plan to actively manage, and how you expect to use your tractor. The knowledgeable dealer will help you determine the exact engine size you need. It’s better to buy a tractor with more horsepower than to try to get by with the minimum engine size. Keep in mind that, in the world of tractors, all jobs take longer with a smaller tractor engine.
How a tractor moves forward and backward - and with how much power - is all about how the tractor transmission operates as the engine transfers power through the transmission to the wheels for drive. That’s the simple explanation, but it does not tell us much about transmission choices and which type is right for you. Tractors come with several transmission types, including Manual, Hydrostatic, and i-HMT tractor transmissions.
Most older farm tractors use a manual transmission with several gear ratios, typically three to six, sometimes multiplied into two or three ranges. This arrangement provides a set of ratios that, combined with the varying of the throttle, allow final-drive speeds for transport and lower speeds used for working. Manual transmissions require stopping and clutching to change mechanical gears using a system of levers and pedals. This is a standard legacy tractor design and are proven and reliable. Manual tractor transmission also transfers the most engine power, but manual transmissions require an experienced operator to run smoothly and can be tiring to run.
Hydrostatic transmissions use simple pedals to control the hydraulic pressure to propel the tractor. The popular hydrostatic tractor transmission features continuously variable speed and power control, has great damping characteristics, and are safe and very reliable. This transmission design makes operating a tractor more like driving an automatic transmission car and therefore easier for users of any skill level. Yanmar SA Series and YT2 Series tractors, including the Yanmar 221, 324, 424, and YT235 have hydrostatic transmissions. In addition, Yanmar SA Series and YT2 Series tractors deliver low fuel consumption by increasing the efficiency of the transmissions. These feature Twin side-by-side control pedals for a more precise and intuitive operation, clutch-less shifting (no clutch), the ability to change speed and direction of travel with a touch of the operator’s toe to a floor pedal, and pedals positioned to reduce operator strain so you can stay comfortable for long work periods.
Increasing focus and advancement of automation, comfort, power, and drivability has pushed tractor driveline technology to better and more advanced solutions. An i-HMT tractor transmission is a hydro-mechanical transmission that combines the efficiency and power of a manual mechanical gear transmission with the high usability and comfort of a hydrostatic transmission. If you plan to be behind the wheel of your tractor for several hours at a time, especially to use a front loader, an i-HMT transmission is not only easier to operate but also more comfortable. Yanmar YT3 Series tractors including the Yanmar YT347 and YT359 have i-HMT transmissions.
Compact utility tractors are popular with homeowners, ranchers, farmers, landscape contractors, and landowners and when paired with the right implements and attachments, almost any job can go from a difficult chore to an absolute breeze! Whether you are looking for tools for your compact tractor to help maintain the property, to complete major home projects or improvements, or just to keep your acreage well cared for, the right attachments can make your tractor a productive machine that can save you time, and thousands of dollars! There are tractor implements to maintain horse arenas, grazing lands, landscaping, lifting heavy items, moving dirt, or to clearing away winter snow. With so many different types, sizes, and brands of tractor implements, choosing the best tractor attachments for your needs can be confusing, to say the least. While it ultimately comes down to your specific goals and projects to determine what attachments may be best for you, but here you find a list of great Tractor Attachments to Own. Each attachment that made this list are here because they meet two important criteria; i) each attachment or implement on the list serves a unique purpose but is still versatile enough to get many different types of jobs done with a single attachment; and ii) each will work well on any type of compact or utility tractor.
Tractor Backhoe Attachment - A tractor backhoe is one of the best attachments you can own for many types of different jobs. Backhoes vary in capabilities, including digging force and dig depth, depending on the size chosen, as well as the horsepower and hydraulics of your compact tractor. The larger and deeper the hole, the more horsepower, and hydraulics you'll need on the tractor. Digging depths generally range from 6 to 12. Tractor backhoe attachments mount on the rear of a compact utility tractor, and usually rigidly mounted on the tractor with a steel sub-frame. They also require rear auxiliary hydraulics sometimes referred to as “power beyond hydraulics.” Backhoes have four primary hydraulic functions including the boom, swing, dipper, and bucket functions. They also use hydraulic power (from the tractor) to power the rear stabilizers. Different backhoe buckets are available and choosing the right bucket important to getting the most out of your backhoe attachment. Narrow buckets for trenching are available, as are wide buckets for general digging, wider more shallow trenches, as well as moving higher volumes of dirt. Very wide, smooth buckets are best for ditch cleaning as well. Because buckets are often interchangeable, it may be worthwhile to own more than one size for different kinds of jobs. If you have trenching to do or deeper holes to dig, a backhoe attachment for your tractor is a “must-have.”
Tractor Rotary Tiller - are ideal for homeowners and property owners, landscaping, small nurseries, vineyards, gardens, hobby farms, or residential use. A rotary tiller has curved forks or “tines” that are attached to a heavy-duty rotating shaft and is powered by a tractor’s power take-off (PTO) and a shaft. While the primary function of a tiller is to penetrate and break up soil and dirt, rotary tillers are also often used to mulch organic matter, blend fertilizer into the existing soil, create beds for new lawns, mix gravel and soil for roadbeds, and many other uses. In general, the larger the tiller, the deeper maximum tillage or cultivation depth. Compact tractors can handle most properly sized rotary tillers and excel in landscape installation, gardening, and on small farms. They are especially useful in transforming a vegetated or scrub surface to a clean tilled surface, in one pass. Rotary tillers can be run from an inch or two deep down to 8-9 inches depending on the size, model, and soil conditions. Rotary Tillers vary in available widths from three (3) to seven (7) feet wide. Because tractor tillers typically require ten (10) to fifteen (15) horsepower per foot of operating width, it is critical to match the correct tiller to your tractor and application.
Tractor Front-End Loader - The most popular attachment for compact utility tractors is a front-end loader. Loaders are very versatile and can do much more than just scoop dirt. While tractor loaders are great for digging and hauling dirt and gravel, they also do very well picking and hauling rocks, firewood, plant materials, and in fact any heavy load. Loader pallet fork attachments are available to turn your tractor into a great rough terrain forklift! Many tractor loaders are sold with just a general bucket, but there are many other options in addition to forks like grapple bucket, rock and root buckets, light material buckets, manure forks, bale spears, blades, as well as lifting and towing hitches. Many tractor loaders are equipped with quick coupler attachments that makes changing out loader attachments quick and easy. Overall, loader attachments are a great investment, and one to at least consider.
Tractor Disc Harrow - A disc harrow is a tractor implement primarily used to till the soil, chop and bury unwanted vegetation and weeds, and is also used in wildfire containment and in the prevention of fires. Disc Harrows are the ideal tool for tilling your land or fields and chopping up the unwanted weeds or crop debris. The harrow mounts to your tractor’s 3-Point hitch, which makes for very easy use, storage, and transport. To use, the tractor pulls the disc harrow, which consists of multiple carbon steel round offset disc blades, to loosen and slice all of the ground in its path. The harrow action churns the soil and buries all vegetation in the process. Essentially, disc harrows break up the soil, chop growth and residue, and incorporate it into back into the topsoil, causing the rapid decay of the material. This tractor attachment is a solid choice for maintaining the property and preventing unwanted vegetation growth.
Tractor Landscape Rake – Landscape rakes, also known as rock rakes or york rakes, feature curved rake tines that are pulled behind a tractor to scrape through dirt, grass, rocks and other soil. Landscape rakes use tine that is maintained firmly on the ground behind the tractor but does not penetrate too deeply as not to disrupt the soil below the surface. A landscape rake can also be used to clear rocks, roots, and other debris such as sand and rubbish. These rear rakes mount to a tractor 3 point hitch and are great for cleaning, grooming, and maintaining grounds, preparing for seeding, or sodding of turfgrass. They break up clumps of dirt and can rake away hard clods of soil and rocks. They scratch the soil and leave just enough roughness to provide a good surface for seeding, as well as removing rocks, trash and other types of debris.
Tractor Finish Mowers - Finishing mowers are built for fine and groomed mowing. They typically have three blades with mowing height controlled by four gage wheels. These mowers typically use belts
to drive the blades. Tractor Finishing Mowers provide a great cut quality and work well for mowing open areas to a low cutting height with minimal scalping, for a well-manicured look. If you have finished lawn to maintain, a grooming finish mower is a right choice.
Tractor Rear Grading Blade - A rear blade is a great tool for driveway grading, planting preparation, and snow removal. If you're looking to purchase a blade, select one that is about the same width as your tractor. Blades generally range from 5 to 8 feet wide. If the blade is too wide, your tractor might not have enough power to operate it; if it's too narrow, the blade will not be as efficient. The more adjustable the blade is, the higher the price. The most economic blades allow vertical axis adjustments only. More expensive blades have vertical and horizontal axis rotation, allowing you to lower the blade to one side or the other. Before purchasing, make sure to check that the blade is strong enough to hold up to the tasks you'll be using it for. Choose a blade that stalls or stops the tractor if it strikes an object that might cause it to bend.
Tractor Rotary Cutter – Brush Hog - A rear-mounted tractor rotary cutter, which is often referred to as a Brush Hog, is designed for heavy cutting. If you have large areas of brush and overgrown grass on your land, a rotary cutter is a must. Cutters are designed for heavy-duty mowing and can cut brush up to approximately 2 inches in diameter, depending on the size and model chosen. It will cut heavy grasses and ground growth, with cutting height adjusted by moving both the rear wheel and the 3-point hitch. Be aware that a rotary cutter is not a lawnmower substitute. The most common error with the use of rotary cutters is cutting too low. Although some cutters can be set to lower cutting heights, the implement is designed to cut grass no shorter than 3 inches. Rotary cutters are not designed to finish mowers. To achieve the best results from a rotary cutter, set the rear gage wheel to position the blade at the desired height, and then set the 3-point hitch control to hold the front of the deck at the correct height. When you set the deck approximately level with the 3-point hitch, measure the height from the ground to the cutting edge of the blade at the rear and then adjust as needed to obtain a cutting height of at least 3 inches. Set and operated properly, this is a fantastic tool for clearing, maintaining, and cleaning almost any property!
Tractor Posthole Digger – Post Hole Auger - Digging post holes is a common job for tractors. Whether you're building a fence, fencing an entire property, planting trees, making holes for concrete pylons, digging shallow wells, or for general landscape improvements, posthole diggers are the way to go! Many augers widths and depths are available ranging from 4 inches to 24 inches. Posthole diggers are effective in most soil conditions, and in extremely hard soil with rocks, you may want to consider heavy-duty tip teeth. All in all, post hole diggers are a good choice to make quick work of jobs that may take literally hours with a pick and shovel.
Tractor Box Scraper – Box Blade – Gannon Box – No matter what you call it, box scrapers/box blades for tractors are the best for leveling, scraping, and breaking up even the hardest ground. Tractor box blades have cutting edges on both the front and back of the box (blades on both sides of the box) and are functionally used as scrapers in a forward or backward direction to push or pull material – they do both functions of pushing dirt like a dozer, and pulling dirt create a level surface and grade. Most box blades also have ripper teeth on a toolbar that can be adjusted for depth or lifted out of the way when grading. These teeth allow you to penetrate and break up hard soil quickly. Ripper teeth on the front of the box loosen compact soil, and then the blade follows to scrape or and smooth the ground for a nice finish. Box blades are great for driveway maintenance and washouts; as the scraper drags behind the tractor, it moves gravel from high spots and areas and redistributes it to low spots. They also make good snowplows and snow-removal devices, especially in heavy or wet snow conditions. Box blades range from 4 to 8 feet in width and need to be properly matched to the tractor. Box Scraper Blades do a lot of things well, and if you had to choose only one tractor attachment, this is it!
Yanmar Tractors and Attachments Work Great Together
A TOOL FOR EVERY TRACTOR JOB
Don’t settle for less when you can have more. YANMAR makes all major drivetrain components – the engine, transmission, and axles – in-house. Because they’re made together to work perfectly together, you get a hardworking machine with more usable horsepower, less power loss, and a smoother, more comfortable ride. YANMAR’s tractors are designed to work as hard as you do.
Our tractors now come in red: the color of passion. When it comes to the love of the land, we know you’re not alone.
From the Performance Link Technology of our engine drive train to our Yanmar team in Georgia, we believe you’ll find every aspect of Yanmar to be of exceptional quality. So feel free to compare our products to others. Yanmar alone runs above the competition.
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Yanmar UTVs - Utility Task Vehicles
TOUGHNESS COMES IN YOUR SIZE
Yanmar UTV's - Utility Task Vehicles are built to work as hard as you do. So whether you choose our standard Bull model with three seats or our Longhorn edition with two rows and six individual seats, you have a UTV sized to meet your needs. From the job site to the field, to the trails, you’ll find plenty of power, precise handling, and comfort beyond compare. Both models feature our premium red and silver paint scheme, so regardless of the job you’re tackling, you’ll look good doing it.
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Yanmar Industrial Engines
LEGENDARY BY EVERY MEASURE
YANMAR has been producing diesel engines since 1933, and today has manufactured over 15 million diesel engines ranging from 4.5 to 5,000 horsepower. Currently, more than one million YANMAR diesel engines are powering North America’s leading-edge mobile and stationary off-highway equipment. From construction equipment, generator sets, pressure washers, and turf equipment to military applications and agricultural equipment, YANMAR America is proud to be the leading compact diesel power that helps America and the rest of the world work. When the need arises for supplemental power, nothing takes the place of dependability. That’s why our YDG series has the support of working professionals everywhere. This diesel-powered generator line is produced in three versions to accommodate the most common applications. All offer great durability, low vibration, quiet operation, and recoil or electric starting.
RELIABILITY WHEN IT COUNTS
When the need arises for supplemental power, nothing takes the place of dependability. That’s why our YDG series has the support of working professionals everywhere. This diesel-powered generator line is produced in three versions to accommodate the most common applications. All offer great durability, low vibration, quiet operation, and recoil or electric starting. Know the Dependability and Economy of World Class Power Generation. Quiet, safe, clean and ready to use, the New YEG series generator sets are the top-quality, straightforward answer to your power needs.
Yanmar Marine Engines
THE POWER OF THE SEA
YANMAR manufactures marine engines for pleasure boat use from 15 hp to 900 hp, marine transmissions and drives and commercial engines from 39 hp to 1,800 hp. These engines are designed for high performance and maximum engine life and tested under extreme conditions to assure the YANMAR legendary reliability. YANMAR backs them up with a superior engine warranty and world-class local support.
Yanmar Energy Systems
EFFICIENCY THAT COMES NATURALLY
With YANMAR Energy Systems, efficiency comes naturally. That’s because our innovations are driven by a desire to create more eco-efficient, life-sustaining technology. This is demonstrated across many of our solutions. Using natural gas or propane, distributed generation micro Combined Heat and Power (mCHP) mCHP systems are able to generate the right amount of heat and power at the right time, making them much more energy-efficient and environmentally friendly than boilers and the electrical grid. GHP: Switching from electric-driven heat pumps to YANMAR’s high-efficiency natural gas-driven heat pumps (GHP) reduces the electrical load by up to 90%, while also reducing peak demand and emissions. Yanmar Remote Monitoring Systems enhance the precision and reliability of maintenance support services through the integration of YANMAR’s Remote Monitoring System and certified service network.