Hi, I have a TX22 from asia that I need parts for. Robert?? where to even find part numbers?
Your best bet is to find a Honda dealer in a region where that tractor was/is sold. They will have parts catalogs for it, and from there, it is only a matter of $$$ to buy the part(s) and then having them shipped and imported ($$$) to the USA.Hi, I have a TX22 from asia that I need parts for. Robert?? where to even find part numbers?
I would really like to know the politics of why some of these incredible products never reach North American markets anymore, when they used to.
The Honda engines are in everything and EPA certified, as are Kawi engines, just not complete tractors. Hmmmm....It's called the EPA and manufacturers not wanting to modify a product for our market.
I really would like to have a small diesel pickup but none of the manufacturers want to import them here. Oh well I'll just keep driving my Dodge 12 valve until something better comes along.
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Sure looks like the same product under another designation Tom. I think you are correct.
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EDIT: I see checking Tractor House auction sheets, they also offered TX18 and TX20 models.
I have a tractor Honda TX 20. I broken my differential on the front axle. don't you know where I could buy it?
I can't find it anywhere. a differential would suffice or I would take the whole remedy.
thanks for info.
There's also making the vehicle (tractor or truck) be up to safety regulations (which may vary by state?), as well as California emissions for trucks, then you also need a dealer network, parts distribution, service/warranty support.The Honda engines are in everything and EPA certified, as are Kawi engines, just not complete tractors. Hmmmm....