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Look what found me today!!

I am the owner of a Yanmar YSR2600. Let the fun begin.
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Awesome.
It's a Yanmar powered Wado.
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Actually...I think it is a LMC 19ST or a LMC 24ST.
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I'm only guessing on the LMC rebadge. I know they imported some of this size to North America. Without question it is a Wado manufactured machine.

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Yes it says WADO on the bottom left of the data plate.I found tracks I think from a place called Shanghai Puyi Industrial and on their website it says 100 dollars each track!! Probably too good to be true. Any idea where I could find the manuals for this blower?

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I see the dragon has a long neck..

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Might be shortening the dragons neck a bit. Probably gonna convert chute controls from manual to electric as well. New tracks are around 700 bucks delivered. Not as bad as I thought.I have to wait a couple of weeks for the tracks cuz of the Chinese new year. Need to replace all the belts and a couple of hydraulic lines, and all the fuel lines. Fired right up with a jump start. Gonna need a new battery as well. Overall I"m pretty stoked!!
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Yes it says WADO on the bottom left of the data plate.I found tracks I think from a place called Shanghai Puyi Industrial and on their website it says 100 dollars each track!! Probably too good to be true. Any idea where I could find the manuals for this blower?


Proper cats for that will be around $300/side. I'll see if I can hunt up a manual.


PS... the tracks are steel-belted, and *very* heavy.


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don't you have enough to do? I never got the pictures of your prototype new style bucket height adjuster with the older hs models.

you should post them on the honda forum. would be very interesting to honda owners what you did.

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This thing looks very cool!
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I got the drive, hydraulic, and main pto belts changed. There is a lot of stuff that has to come off to change belts. Two of the four had numbers, I had to guess on the others. I think it's gonna have to come apart again so I can play match game. The good thing about fractional horsepower belts is that they come in 1 inch increments so it's a little easier to get the right size narrowed down. I'm getting the auger belts and a variety of sizes tomorrow. I'll post pictures soon.
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Where was it listed ??

Those belts come in various lengths, not just in inch increments. https://www.gates.com/us/en/power-tr...rsepower/c/112

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