This week we found a very clean and very low hour L3400DT listed on eBay – only 76 hours. The L3400 is powered by a 3 cylinder diesel engine that generates about 35hp, 29hp to the PTO which is plenty enough to power all sorts of implements – exactly what the owner, Steve, has been [...]More »
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Hello, Mr. K here! We’ll take a small detour from our latest discussion on how readers at home can paint their own Kubotas, to show off some of the work we have performed lately. Rattle Can Style This is a JDM (Japanese Domestic Market or gray market) Kubota L2000 that we recently painted “rattle can [...]More »
This is the second article in a series where we discuss how to restore the paint on your favorite orange tractor. If you have not already done so, have a look at Part 1 which covers off tractor prep work and the proper technique when using a spray can. Painting the Chassis You will not [...]More »
Forward by Mr. K: This is the first in a four part series where we cover how to improve the cosmetics of your sun-faded Kubota. We take you through the stages from cleaning and prep to priming, painting and installing fresh decals. You will need to know Kubota’s paint part numbers and which type of [...]More »
Sooner or Later… It’s not a matter of if you’ll ever have to bleed the injector lines on your Kubota, it’s quite simply when. Throughout the course of regular maintenance this procedure will come up a few times and you’ll be prepared to pull this basic service job off with these tips. Why is Bleeding [...]More »