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 01-18-2013, 04:45 Post: 185992
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Happy New Year friends. I have just purchased a Yanmar YM165D with a Woods backhoe and a front loader. Being interested in getting it into tip top condition and serviced etc, I wondered if any of you guys and gals had the above manuals in a downloadable format that I could receive by email. I am not rich and I see a Parts Catalogue for the tractor here in the UK is £44.99 (about $67 US which I think is a bit pricey). Woods sent me the backhoe operators manual but I cannot find downloads for the tractor. Many thanks, Les.






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 01-18-2013, 08:09 Post: 185993
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Congratulations on your acquisition but in a word, the answer's no. You're lucky that manuals are available at all other than in Japanese, as yours is not one of the common "gray market" models.

A Operators Manual (actually half operation and half parts) came free with the tractor. The costly ones are the Service Manual (which I would suggest you get) and the Parts Manual, which may still be available from US dealers but I don't know about nearer you. There may be CD versions available but I don't know how much cheaper or how good.

It's a fine model but a 30-year-old one with no frame as such. With a major implement at both ends, use it gently lest the rear hitch or the bell housing (that serves as a frame too) fail. Unless it was fitted with a subframe.






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 01-18-2013, 09:06 Post: 185994
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Wow Leslie!
Quite a find! I have 165d but can't really imagine hanging major implements off both the front and the back! I'm sure all of us would love to see some pictures : ) You can see mine in action on the below link.

I have the original owners manual for the 165d, but not a service manual. PM me if you'd like to have it and I can .pdf it to you. I also have the manual for the mower deck and snowblowers that fit this model if that helps as well.

Also... listen to Auerbach, he is the wise owl on these boards : ) Congrats on the new tractor!






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 01-18-2013, 09:32 Post: 185995
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There is an on line pdf parts manual for your 165. Sometimes they won't pull up. Today is one of those days. I will be watching and copy it here when it becomes available. Trust me, not lying.






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 01-18-2013, 11:19 Post: 185998
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Thanks for your quick reply. The tractor goes like a sewing machine and is not going to be used for heavy work (digging trenches in my sandy soil at home and lifting bricks up to the first (your second I believe) floor of my scaffolding whilst building my new home. I just want to know what fluids (and how much) goes where etc as I don't know how long it is since it was treated to a service. I have some other posts to see, so hopefully they may help too. Best, Les.






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 01-18-2013, 13:07 Post: 185999
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As a start, lube all zerks.

Change the oil (diesel rated) every 100 hrs, filter (which you may have to scrounge) every 200.

Perhaps after you get the manual, drain the fluid. Find the screen filter underneath, carefully remove (noting how it went in), clean, put back. Fill with combo hydraulic-transmission fluid (not hydraulic oil) to within a few inches of the top opening.

If you're ordering parts, maybe include a valve-cover gasket because it likely could use a valve adjustment. And some fuel filters and a filter-housing gasket. But don't touch until you learn how to bleed it after.






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 01-18-2013, 14:23 Post: 186000
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Thanks for the info. I have had a ram resealed on the backhoe and fitted 2 new front tyres (getting a rare breed here - 5-12's at $225 a pair). As soon as it stops snowing, i'll get round to the fluids. You can still get filter sets here so when I get a manual, i'll be about it. Thanks again for you interest in my tractor - it is appreciated. Best, Les.






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 01-18-2013, 14:39 Post: 186001
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All hyd cylinders will need resealing eventually.

Even if the new fronts are identical in circumferance to the originals, the rears will be smaller through wear. So avoid 4WD except on slippery surfaces or for short distances, lest you invite drivetrain lockup.






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 01-20-2013, 07:05 Post: 186011
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Looks like I have made myself out to be a liar. The parts pdf still will not come up. I am going to continue to try for several more days. I have seen them become unavailable but never this long. May have been removed?






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 01-20-2013, 07:26 Post: 186012
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If there's anything that Winston can't find on the Web, it's not there. But there are good illustrations from the parts manuals on the Hoye Tractor site.






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