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Yanmar b50 service manual

Discussion in 'Compact Excavators' started by Haymaker101, Jan 12, 2018.

  1. PeetD

    PeetD New Member

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    My email address is a4sllc@gmail.com
     
  2. PeetD

    PeetD New Member

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    Good Morning Haymaker101

    Thanx for the response on PDF manuals for Yanmar B50 mini please send to EMAIL A4SLLC@GMAIL.COM if it is easier for you Dropbox works fine as well.... thanx for the share
     
  3. Benson.226

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    Glad to see some more information on the forums about these gray market yannmars. I just picked up a B50 last year. 4 buckets, brand new tracks, new/rebuilt hydraulic pump for $11,000. It seems we are paying about the same. I have cringed a few times, as I found some online links that showed people paying 6-7 grand.... Im in the same boat as most of you, pins and bushings are worn....need to find the time do it. Im a guardsman deployed to Africa right now, and since I spent some time in Germany, where Yanmar is big, I was hoping I could find some manuals there, but no luck. My fear with some of the manuals I see online is I never know how good they really are. I bought a manual for my Massey Fergusson 65 online, and it was 2 or 3 manuals slopped together, none of them complete. That being said, if someone wants to send me the manual they have, it would be much appreciated.. benson.226@osu.edu

    Have any of you guys considered changing the hydraulic lines on the controls? My B50 is a pain. I won't even work close to buildings with it yet because I'm afraid I will swing into them. They are set up in a way that I've never seen before. I am assuming we can just change the lines around and be OK, but I feel like I need to see a manual before I get into changing lines around.

    What do you guys think about starting a thread just for B50's? Seems ilke online information is hard to come by...
     
  4. Leverpuller73

    Leverpuller73 New Member

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    Hey all, in same boat here. Bought a b-50 at estate auction and it’s stickers all in Japanese, I’ve found the engine plate identification and tried to find info but it’s hard to find for sure. Lookin to do a complete fluid change but not completely sure what type, weight or filter sizes. Any helped would be appreciated!

    Thanks Blue