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 07-10-2000, 18:36 Post: 17862
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Has anyone identified a source for ROPS for Hinomoto.






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 07-10-2000, 21:36 Post: 17865
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Depending on which Hino you have, you could go to AGCO/Massey for one of theirs. But don't be surprised by the cost, I think it is high. BTW which Hino do you own?
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 07-11-2000, 11:46 Post: 17879
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I don't have the tractor yet. I am considering the purchase of an E14D but I am starting to get wet feet over the availability of parts for this make. I want to add a front loader to it also but am concerned that the additional load might lead to some critical failure of the casing or front end components. A failure of anything beyond normal service items might leave me with 1000lbs of scrap metal.
Any feedback, positive or negative, would be appreciated.






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 07-11-2000, 12:34 Post: 17880
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Do not know alot about a E14D and could not really comment one way or another. I own an E2304 and have been happy with it. Part are available but not at every auto parts store except for filters and such. Hope Brent Pepper is viewing this because he could shed some light on the tractor for you I believe. BTW who are you talking to about this tractor?
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 07-11-2000, 16:25 Post: 17881
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I just tuned in Jerri! The E14 will not be as easy to get parts for as others. Why? There are two ways to get parts: 1. All of the Yanmars are fairly easy to get parts for due to their popularity, so there are a lot of them. 2. Or if a tractor has an American cousin, one that was sold in the U.S. as a domestic brand and one that is close enough to the American version to be able to get parts for at a dealership. The E14D was never sold in an American version. The Hinomoto C144 is the later model and was sold as the Massey 1010. It also had a three cylinder engine. The Hinomoto C174 was sold as the Allis Chalmers 5015. These are two that are close to the same size as the E14D. Also finding a loader to fit the two later mentioned tractors should be easier since they sold over here and I believe loaders were options. Sorry to be so long.

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 07-11-2000, 16:28 Post: 17882
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Thanks Brent, how is that Yanmar of yours doing?
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