Did a short vid going around it
For sure it is Al. If I'd had never bought it. I'd have no clue on where to start with out my yanmar. After a 3 week nap she was ready for some work :thThumbsUGood to see you got it off the truck and safely put away w/o any drama Steven. The yanmar can solve alot of jobs.
Ah thats the easy part I figure. It mounts threw the advanced casting bolts like a normal attachment. Which will locate it. Then I can build the others to the axle flanges. Which do appear to be the same as Ron's tm. I have 2 people to reach out to with the t-head powered TM's and make sure there the same.So what's the plan in dealing with the lack of mounting flanges? They were cut off, right?
I don't like napa . But my local A&G auto parts dose them. Gonna try them and the amish next :fing32:FWIW some NAPA stores make hydraulic hose assemblies based on your old one. I'm not sure if all NAPA stores provide this service or what the cost would be. I had hoses made by NAPA years ago for a boat stern drive trim pump. They fit nicely and worked well. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dCcchy5E4Y4
Yeah at the moment I have 2 more the ends are broke off. Another 2 leaking with no pressure. I'll replace those and mount a tractor up and see how it goes. Hoses are kinda important since its how you drive the beast around :fing32:I recently picked up a John Deere 400 Industrial. Full size backhoe from 1969. Some of the hydraulic hoses are original, some have been replaced. There are a few that are very dried out and cracked, but don't leak at all. You may want to run the machine first then replace the hoses that really need it as the ones in the pictures don't look that bad.
Of course on the other hand you don't want them bursting during a project you are trying to complete either.
Just my 2 cents.