Lely UK chose its best-selling T503 model to represent the TYM Tractors range at BTME.
Showing alongside Toro fine turf machinery on the Lely – Partners on Turfcare stand, Lely says TYM is a great fit for customers looking for a compact tractor to work in conjunction with their Toro equipment.
The T503 is a firm favourite with customers working on big projects, thanks to a long list of features including spacious cab, rear wiper, projection headlamps, dual air filter, and hydrostatic power steering.
The full TYM range extends from 23 to 100hp models to cater for all turf tractor needs and is ideal for use with popular Toro units such as the ProCore aerator and ProPass topdresser. The tractors can also be fitted with an array of attachments such as TYM’s own range of loaders and backhoes.
All TYM tractors benefit from a powerful four-cylinder, liquid-cooled diesel engine, apart from the T233 and TS25, both of which have a three-cylinder water-cooled engine. All models feature hydrostatic power-steering for effortless manoeuvrability and a tight turning circle and all models offer a heavy-duty, four-wheel-drive front axle for greater traction where needed.
Also available from Lely are:
The T233 has the smallest horsepower of the TYM family, but don’t be deceived, this one packs a real punch. It can easily manage a backhoe or front loader and fit attachments, such as the mid-mount mower. It provides the perfect combination of form and function for smaller jobs around the golf course.
The TS25 is the latest addition to the range and brings with its entry into the sub compact tractor market superb value along with outstanding performance. It’s a versatile machine, ideal for many applications for private estates to sports turf environments, in particular.
The T353 is easy to use; it has an excellent turning radius and offers maximum traction, too. Its ability to be able to switch from one task to another or from one operator to another means this model is ideal for estate management or equestrian work.
The T433 is a good choice for pulling equipment over a sizeable distance, like, for example, across a golf course. It’s big on power and performance, but won’t damage the environment.
Suitable for a wide range of markets, local authorities, groundscare and landscaping to schools, colleges and small holdings, the heavy-duty T754 has a solid chassis and a spacious, fully air-conditioned cabin, ensuring all-round comfort for operating in all conditions.
As you might expect, the T1003 has the biggest engine of them all – a 100 horsepower Perkins – and is designed to take on the toughest jobs of them all, too. But it’s not all work with the T1003, it also comes with a radio, CD player, deluxe seat and loader joystick controls.
All TYM tractors can be upgraded with optional heated and air-conditioned cabs for maximum operator comfort. But models without cabs boast a handy feature as well – the ROPS roll bar can be folded down for compact, convenient storage under a low roof. They can also be fitted with an array of attachments such as front end loaders and backhoes.
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