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Gray Market Policy

IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE

GRAY MARKET TRACTORS
What is a “Gray Market Product?” A simple definition is a trademarked product originally designed and manufactured for use in a foreign market that is imported for resale in the United States without the consent of the owner of the trademark. In this instance, used Yanmar®-brand tractors originally designed and manufactured by Yanmar Diesel Engine Co., Ltd. [“Yanmar”] for intended use in Japan or other countries that are being imported into the United States and sold to U.S. consumers by third parties without Yanmar’s consent or authorization.

The Yanmar®-brand tractors designed for intended use in Japan do not meet U.S. standards and regulations in several respects. They also have other important differences from Yanmar®-brand tractors designed and manufactured for the U.S. market and distributed through authorized channels. Some of these differences can affect the safe operation of the equipment. The purpose of this notice is to warn dealers, potential purchasers and owners and operators of “gray market” Yanmar®-brand tractors of these differences. The most important safety-related differences between "gray market" Yanmar®-brand tractors and those that were designed for the U.S. market and distributed through authorized channels are as follows:

TRACTORS
Rollover Protective Structures (ROPS) and a seatbelt, certified to U.S. standards, which are recommended or required for tractors in the U.S. market, are not available for gray market tractors. A tractor without ROPS and a seatbelt will, under many circumstances, afford the operator less protection in a rollover accident than a tractor with certified ROPS and a fastened seatbelt.

Power Take-Off (PTO) master shields and guards, required on tractors for the U.S. market, are not normally installed on gray market tractors. These devices are intended to protect from injury inadvertent contact with the rotating PTO shaft.

Gray market tractors generally do not have an over-running clutch on the PTO whereas tractors designed for the U.S. market generally do. When a gray market tractor without such feature is used with a large rotary implement, it is possible for the tractor to continue moving even when the brakes are applied. Such implements are common in the U.S., but not in Japan.

Some gray market tractors are not equipped with a safety start switch. This feature is designed to prevent the tractor from starting in gear and potentially striking or running over an operator who misuses the tractor by starting it from the ground instead of from the operators seat as per Yanmar's instructions.

Pulling on the throttle of a gray market tractor will cause it to accelerate whereas pulling on the throttle of a tractor designed for the U.S. market will cause it to decelerate. This difference can have potential safety consequences for an unsuspecting operator.

Gray market tractors have multiple PTO speeds for operating implements whereas tractors designed for the U.S. market generally have one PTO speed, namely, 540 revolutions per minute (rpm). If a gray market tractor is used with an implement designed for the U.S. market, the implement can be operated at revolution speeds in excess of its 540 rpm design speed, potentially leading to catastrophic failure of the implement and possible injury.

Operators manuals for gray market tractors were written in the Japanese language and are not available from Yanmar in the English language.

Warning decals for gray market tractors were written in the Japanese language and are not available from Yanmar in the English language.

Ryan M. Pott
Yanmar America Corporation
101 International Parkway
Adairsville, GA 30103
770-877-9894

Authorized For Sale in the U.S. by Yanmar Co. Ltd.

GT 14

YM 186D

YM 122

YM 187

YM 135

YM 187D

YM 135D

YM 195

YM 140

YM 195D

YM 140D

YM 220

YM 146

YM 220D

YM 147

YM 226

YM 147D

YM 226D

YM 155

YM 240

YM 155D

YM 240D

YM 165

YM 276

YM 165D

YM 276D

YM 169

YM 330

YM 169D

YM 330D

YM 180

YM 336

YM 180D

YM 336D

YM 186

 

 

Excavators

Model

Machine Serial number

B17-2B

30501 and after

B22-2B

60501 and after

B27-2B

65001 and after

B37-2B

60501 to 60800

B37-2B

65001 and after

B50-2B

60501 to 61145

B50-2B

60501 and after

B14

00501 and after

B15-3

BK11A26026 & after

B08-3

00501 and after

SV08-1

10501 and after

SV08-1A

14001 and after

Vio15-2

20501 and after

Vio15-2A

27501 and after

Vio17

00501 and after

Vio20-2

20501 and after

Vio20-3

30501 and after

Vio27-2

20501 and after

Vio27-3

30501 and after

Vio27-5

50501 and after

Vio27-5B

53001 and after

Vio35-2

20501 and after

Vio35-3

30501 and after

Vio35-5

50501 and after

Vio35-5B

53001 and after

Vio40-2

20501 and after

Vio40-2A

25501 and after

Vio40-3

30501 and after

Vio45-5

50501 and after

Vio45-5B

53001 and after

Vio50-2

20501 and after

Vio50-2A

25501 and after

Vio50-3

30501 and after

Vio55-5

50501 and after

Vio55-5B

53001 and after

Vio70

05001 and after

Vio75

00501 and after

Vio75-A

10501 and after

Vio75-C

15001 and after

Vio80

90501 and after

B7-3

30501 and after

B7-5A

57501 and after

SV100

00501 and after

SV100-1

10501 and after

 

Backhoe Loaders

Model

Machine Serial number

CBL40

00501 and after

 

Carriers

Model

Machine Serial number

C12R

20501 and after

C12R-A

22501 and after

C12R-B

25001 and after

C30R-US

00501 and after

C30RUS-2B

01001 & after

C50R-3

40501 and after

C50R-3A

41501 and after

C50R-3B

45501 and after

 

Loaders

Model

Machine Serial number

V3-3

31001 and after

V4-3

31001 and after

V3-5

00001 and after

V4-5

00001 and after

V3-5A

53001 and after

V4-5A

52001 and after

V4-5B

52501 and after

V4-5D

53001 and after

V3-6

60501 and after

V4-6

60501 and after

 

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