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 07-05-2003, 21:22 Post: 58934
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 Radiator sub-assembly

About a year ago, I bought my first tractor - a Yanmar YM2000. As I began to acquire manuals for the tractor, I noted a reference to a radiator sub-assembly tank, which was not a part of my tractor.

Eventually I purchased the sub-assembly tank and built a bracket for it. I am still curious about this. I have yet to note any reference to a bracket for the tank. For those of you YM2000 owners out there, how does your tank mount? Please send pics.






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 07-06-2003, 06:08 Post: 58945
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 Radiator sub-assembly

If somebody has a parts manual, an exploded diagram should show the bracket. It may be that the bracket is considered a common hardware part to be supplied by a dealer. Manuals usually show such parts, but they don't have part numbers. Manuals also usually indicated each part supplied in a sub-assembly. At least in my Ford manual, it's not uncommon that a sub-assembly doesn't include mounting hardware.

I know I'm not being very helpful here but I have neither a picture nor a manual. I'm just making a point that parts manuals can be very useful.






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