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 12-17-2008, 02:40 Post: 158608
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It has 1170 hours and it comes with a tiller,finish mower, grader blade and grader box. What would be a fair price? Any help would be greatly appreciated thanks






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 12-17-2008, 08:15 Post: 158611
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I'd ballpark $5500-7500 depending on condition of the tractor itself and on the conditions of sale.

It's a grey-market Yanmar -- Zen-noh is a Japanese agricultural (especially rice) conglomerate that buys and leases out a lot of them, and wholesales them out early in their life-span.

My estimate assumes it's 4WD. The "D" at the end of a Yanmar model-number always indicates this, but I'm not familiar with "bd."






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 12-17-2008, 16:02 Post: 158625
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the seller was asking 8900 but got them to come down to 8500. With the equipment is that to much? Seems here in Ky all used tractors sell high. I've been looking to buy one for a month or so now. I was down to the Zennoh or a Kubota 9200 Hst with loader for 7500






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 12-17-2008, 16:26 Post: 158626
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Weedhopper41,

If it was up to me, I'd shy away from any of the imported grey-market machines. It's not that they're bad tractors....it's just that getting parts and manuals is VERY DIFFICULT...and sometimes impossible.

The Kubota B9200 would be much preferred, provided it's big enough to handle your chores and attachments. You'll find that parts and manuals are easy to come by, and that servicing the thing will be no more difficult than servicing your Ford, or Chevy truck.

The number of people who visit this board looking for information on grey market tractors is pretty high, and they have a very difficult time cross-referencing part numbers. They have even more trouble finding manuals that are printed in English.

Take your time making the decision. The up-front cost might be lower for one of the grey-market machines, but it will catch up to you right quick-like.

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 12-17-2008, 17:37 Post: 158629
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thanks for the help,the main reason I was thinking about the Zennoh was all the equipment it came with.






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 12-17-2008, 21:31 Post: 158635
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One other question while i'm tryin to decide this. I could have sworn but might be wrong that i read somewhere that a 2210 was a popular tractor. If so would parts still be hard to get? This will be my 1st tractor






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 12-17-2008, 22:14 Post: 158637
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It's not that popular because it had a very short production run. It's a workhorse model, strong and fuel efficient (you can hear its 25hp 2-cyl diesel in the next state). After 32 years, I'd doubt that hour reading.

You should not run a tractor without a manual, and a $40 translated one for it is newly available from Murray Publishing. Don't know how good it is or which kind (Owners, Service, or Parts). Service would be best.

There are so many grey Yanmars around that there's no parts problems for most, including the 2210, though a few other models are real orphans. The advantage of the Kubota is the number of their dealers. But there are grey Kubotas too (though not as many), so see if the hand throttle moves in the American way or the opposite.

You're right to focus on the attachments, which are what do the work. My price assumed they were well used but if new, add around $2000 to my guess. You can always get used or new ones later (except for the loader which is better already on) but the bigger the package, the lower the price.






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 12-18-2008, 02:47 Post: 158642
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Would you trust a Kubota 9200HST that has 563 hrs?






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 12-18-2008, 08:33 Post: 158644
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I don't know but it should be easy to get an answer because more guys know about 'botas than yannies -- just not me.

Tire wear can give a clue as to amount and type of use, and get the right tread type (ag or turf) for your intended use.






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 12-18-2008, 09:12 Post: 158646
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it has turf but would rather have ag but guess i'm gonna have to take whats on it. turf should do ok tho for snow, scraping gravel drive, hauling wood,mowing and tilling when I can afford to get the implements. mower will be easy, think its gonna be hard to come up with a cheap tiller. my place is pretty much hillside but at least driveway is flat






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