Yanmar YB301-2

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Yanmar YB301-2

Post #1 by luciousesox » Mon Nov 21, 2016 12:06 am

Hello all,
I have a JCB 805BT, a dumper ( no idea what it is yet and a Yanmar YB301-2.
I am hoping someone can help as I need a manual for both and seals for the boom ( the big cylinder on the top ) I think I have found a supplier for the JCB seals but I am struggling for the Yanmar. Any help would be appreciated, as I get the old girls moving I will post pics and will obviously be asking for lots of advice

Thanks in advance

Andy


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Re: Yanmar YB301-2

Post #2 by Jeremy Rowland » Mon Nov 21, 2016 8:50 am

Hi Andy and welcome :wave: I would suspect that seals can be obtained from a bearing/drives supplier unless they are a special size; other CMN members may be able to offer you some more specific advice.

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Re: Yanmar YB301-2

Post #3 by skeederpro » Fri Mar 26, 2021 4:17 pm

luciousesox wrote:Hello all,
I have a JCB 805BT, a dumper ( no idea what it is yet and a Yanmar YB301-2.
I am hoping someone can help as I need a manual for both and seals for the boom ( the big cylinder on the top ) I think I have found a supplier for the JCB seals but I am struggling for the Yanmar. Any help would be appreciated, as I get the old girls moving I will post pics and will obviously be asking for lots of advice

Thanks in advance

Andy

They are very fast in supply and their prices are good. https://originalparts4you.com/yanmar

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Re: Yanmar YB301-2

Post #4 by Slooby » Sat Mar 27, 2021 11:41 pm

The Yanmar YB201 we had been borrowing needed two of the rams rebuilding last summer and they were quite a strange arrangement that no one appeared to have parts for, the chaps I took them to for a rebuild had to have custom seals made (which wasn't hugely more expensive than if they had been stock size). Each ram cost about £150+VAT to get rebuilt including a hone of the cylinders and all the parts including the custom made seals. If you're anywhere near Kent I can give you the contact details of the people we used.
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