*** NOTE: This newsletter is just a sample. It was sent out on 12-2003. ***
Hoye Tractor & Equipment News
Parts- Contact us
In This Issue:
Save Your Pump!
Find It Online
We have now added hundreds of new parts to our online catalog.
We have also discounted many of our online parts to the lowest ever!
Why discount online orders? Because we let you enter all of your
information directly into our system yourself instead of paying
someone else to do it. All we have to do is pack and ship the order.
Do we mind phone orders? Not at all! Feel free to call us at (940)
438-0386 for any questions or to place an order. Having trouble
finding your part? Most of our parts are listed by the manufacturers
part number. If you do not know your part number you will not be
able to find many of the parts yourself. We do, however, offer parts
manuals for your tractor for as low as $39.99. Find them by clicking
here and start ordering your parts online.
YM1510 Breaking arms?
Having trouble breaking lift arms on your YM1510? We now have heavy
duty lift arms that will cure that problem. These lift arms also
have larger holes at the ends that will allow you to use Category
1 side links without the problems with the different hole sizes
like the factory lift arms. We have several of these in stock. You
can find them by clicking
Keep It Quiet!
We just received a new shipment of mufflers for 99% of the compact
tractors. These fit most Yanmar, Iseki, Hinomoto, and many John
Deere tractors. Free shipping for a limited time. Click
here for more information.
Free Shipping On All Tires.
We have extended our free shipping on all tires (to continental
US). We have almost all of the popular tire and tube sizes ready
to ship. Click
here to find your size.
What Does This Knob Do?
Not sure what all of those knobs and levers do? We have now received
most of the popular "Gray Market" owner's manuals. These
cover capacities, fluid types, levers, knobs, service procedures,
troubleshooting, wiring diagrams, and more. All exactly for your
here to find your model.
Sleeves, Pistons, Rings
We now have many of the popular engine rebuild parts ready to ship.
Three Point Kits
Free Shipping! Free shipping on our three point kits for a limited
here to find out more.
We have offered rebuilt starters in the past with very poor results.
We have now discontinued the rebuilt starters and offer only Yanmar
brand NEW starters. These require no core return and have a full
here for starters. Free Shipping!
here to visit our online catalog and find other great products.
We realize that it has been hard to get in touch with us lately.
We have hired more help in order to try to correct this problem.
Feel free to call for your parts needs.
Save Your Hydraulic Pump!
We have had a lot of orders for hydraulic pumps lately. It's not
that we don't mind selling them but we just hate to see a $500.00
part order that could have easily been prevented. If your tractor
is equipped with a loader or a backhoe... listen up!
Most loader valves or backhoe valves are plumbed directly into the
pressure line of the tractor. They also, almost always, have nifty
little "quick couplers" attached to both ends of the hoses.
This is extremely convenient when removing your loader. Just pop
the couplings and attach the two ends together. The problem occurs
when these couplings come apart and the engine is running. The pump
then has nowhere to push the oil. Something has to give and it is
almost never cheap. The most common, and expensive failure is when
the complete pump housing cracks. This requires a whole new pump
assembly because the housings are not sold separately.
How do you prevent this?
1- Be sure to tie your hoses out of the way. If a rock, branch,
or even your tires catch the hoses they will pull the couplings
2- Be completely sure that when you couple the hoses back together
they are COMPLETELY latched. Be sure that the outer ring snaps all
the way back. If the ring is not locked, the ends will come apart.
3- Be sure to keep your couplers in good shape. Some cheaper male
ends use a small point instead of a ball to open the tiny valves
in the ends. These points can get damaged and not allow the valves
to open- causing the same problem as if you had them unconnected.