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 08-05-2001, 01:40 Post: 30650
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I need a complete cylinder head for an E180D Hinomoto tractor.This thing has an S107 motor in it and it is a 2 cylinder diesel.I would be willing to pay a fair price for a head,but I am not a rich man nor do I have a fetish for Hinomoto tractors.If I cannot find a cylinder head at a fair price,I will sell what I have if someone is dumb enough to buy it.I live in south Amerika (South Texas).






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 08-05-2001, 08:05 Post: 30656
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Have you visited the grey market boards or the Hinomoto board in particular on Yahoo? I bet you might find some help there.

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 08-05-2001, 21:27 Post: 30669
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Yes Jerri,I have been to the Yahoo site a couple of months ago.Didn't have any luck at all.I got a price from a local supplier here in Houston a few months ago and so far all the prices I have gotten on the internet are way higher than they were.Now I see why so many dot.com's are going away.They are pricing themselves right out of the market.






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 08-05-2001, 22:16 Post: 30670
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Hmmmm,

Sorry to hear that. Don't have it right now but there are a few bone yards around the country with some Hino's in them....also you may want to try Brent Pepper to see if he knows of a crossover so that you can widen your search. Also, there are some parts folks down in I believe Miss. and up in Ill.. I know is can be difficult to find the parts sometimes. Right after purchasing mine I sheared the pto shaft and the pto counter shaft. Wound up ordering them out of Japan and saved a bundle. Massey priced these at about $1,000.00 and from Japan one sent in for $50.00. I know Len Sheaffer can and will help you and I would certainly ask Brent if he knows of a crossover.
Feel free to email me and I will see what I can do to help.

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 08-06-2001, 22:46 Post: 30722
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Thanks Jerri;

I have already e-mailed Brent and I think I have a reply from him a few e-mails down from this one.It's not hard to get disgusted when one is trying to get something going so they can do a little clearing on a piece of property.It gets especially disgusting when you've been clearing with a shovel,a rake,an ax and a chain and a pickup truck for over a year because money just won't bloom on my trees.I have got this 2.5 acres looking pretty good,but it sure would be nice if I had a little help in the form of a running Hinomoto tractor. Smile I don't think I'd be willing to spend any money at the tractor dealerships as the new parts are just way to high for me.I am an automotive mechanic by trade,so I can fix just about anything (Except,of course,a broken heart).

Thanks again for your help.

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 05-07-2008, 14:10 Post: 153524
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i have a hinomoto E2304 it is the same as a massey ferguson 1030. I broke my live pto shaf. It twisted in half. Could you give me an address in Japan to replace it and would you know the possible cost? Thanks for your help.






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Dinker, considering this thread is now a little over seven years old, don't hold your breath waiting for the info.....

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