Gray Market Kubota Oil Filter Part Numbers

Hello, Mr. K here. We have created a handy table that cross-references the gray market Kubota oil filter part numbers from several major manufacturers. With this chart, if the original Kubota part is not available, or is priced more than you would like to spend, you can find the comparable filter from NAPA, Baldwin, Wix or Fram – handy when shopping around or if you have a local auto parts supplier that carries these brands.

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To use this Chart
Simply locate the model number of your gray market Kubota (or its engine) in the left-most columns to then see comparable oil filters.

Gray Market Kubota Oil Filter Part Numbers

Model Engine Kubota NAPA Baldwin Wix Fram
B1200 D750 HH150-32094 21334 B179 51064 PH3593A
B1400 D850 70000-15241 1064 B179 51064 PH3593A
B1600 D950 15231-43560 3389 PF872 33389 C6921
B1902 D1102 70000-32091 1068 B2 51068 PH8A
B5000 WZ500 HH150-32094 21334 B179 51064 PH3593A
B5001 WZ500 HH150-32094 21334 B179 51064 PH3593A
B6000 ZL600 uses screen
B6001 D650 HH150-32094 21334 B179 51064 PH3593A
B7000 Z650 HH150-32094 21334 B179 51064 PH3593A
B7001 D750 HH150-32094 21334 B179 51064 PH3593A
L200 Z1100 15213-32090 1342 B178 51342  
L240 Z1300 15213-32090 1342 B178 51342  
L260 Z1300A 15213-32090 1342 B178 51342  
L1500 Z750 15213-32090 1342 B178 51342 PH2870A
L1501 Z751 15108-32080 7030   57030  
L1511 Z751 15108-32080 7030   57030  
L1801 Z851 15108-32080 7030   57030  
L2000 D1100 15213-32090 1342 B178 51342 PH2870A
L1802 D1102 70000-32091 1068 B2 51068 PH8A
L2002 D1302 70000-32091 1068 B2 51068 PH8A
L2402 D1402 70000-32091 1068 B2 51068 PH8A
L2602 V1502 70000-32091 1068 B2 51068 PH8A
L2802 V1502 70000-32091 1068 B2 51068 PH8A
L3202 V1502 70000-32091 1068 B2 51068 PH8A
L1-18 D1402 70000-32091 1068 B2 51068 PH8A
L1-20 D1402 70000-32091 1068 B2 51068 PH8A
L2201 D1101 15213-32090 1342 B178 51342 PH2870A
L2600 V1500 15402-32430 1515 B2 51515 PH8A
L2601 D1301 15213-32090 1342 B178 51342 PH2870A
L3001 V1501 15402-32430 1515 B2 51515 PH8A
L3602 V1902 70000-74035 1311 B163 51307 PH7328
L1-22 D1462 70000-74035 1311 B163 51307 PH7328

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14 Comments »

  1. lkelly Said,

    January 3, 2009 @ 2:24 pm

    I have a L1-20,that I have owned for 10 months.

    It was fitted with a loader before I bought it and it also came with a tiller.

    Can you let me know how to check the rear differential and the transmission oil? I have found the site glass on the left side close to the clutch pedal, and have found the oil fill on the center of the transmission hump below the rubber plug.

    There is also an oil fill above the 3 point hitch. But I can not find a place to check the fluid level for the final drive area. Are the transmission and the final drive connected and do they use the same site glass?

    What is the proper lubricant for these?

    Thank you
    lk

  2. Vic Said,

    January 3, 2009 @ 9:13 pm

    Hi lkelly,

    You’re correct! The sight glass indicates the level of the “common” resivoir that contains the oil necessary to lubricate the transmission, operate the 3 point hitch, power the front end loader, the power steering, and lubricate the final drives.

    As long as the oil is visible “mid sight glass” then everything is protected and enough oil is present to function all the hydraulics, including the loader.

    It’s unlikley that the loader on your Kubota is OE, (original equipment) as the L1-20 and it’s closest brothers, the L1-18, L1-22 and L1-24 were primarilary built for rototilling and were shipped with a Kubota RL1503 tiller.

    When built and as shipped from the factory, Kubota filled that resivoir with 28 litres (7.5US gallons) of “Universal Transdaulic Fluid”, or UDT for short.

    UDT or similar, is specified for any tractor regardless of manufacturer, that uses a common resivoir to lubricate the transmission, operate the loader, etc.

    Wal-mart sells a Universal Tractor Hydraulic Oil, as does every major lubricant provider. A “universal type” oil is lighter in viscosity than the old stand-by, 80W/90 gear oil, warms up and flows quicker, and is very resistant to “frothing” that can occur from repeated use of a front end loader (up-down-tilt-rollback-up-down etc).

    It doesn’t matter which fill port you use, the one in the centre hump under the rubber plug or the red knob one in the middle of the upper three point arms. Either will fill the the tractor.

    The hydraulic filter will be blue in color, located on the RH side of the tractor (sitting in seat) just above and to the rear of the hydraulic pump, close to the firewall. This filter can be washed out with solvent and re-used as it’s a screened mesh on the inside, not paper.

    Service Dept Vic

  3. barry Said,

    January 27, 2009 @ 5:05 pm

    i have purchased two old kubota 4 wd tractors sans bodywork.
    each front axle has “L3300″ cast into them and each engine valve
    cover is labeled “D1503-ES 1.5Litre “(3 cylinder)
    they had installed Donaldson P551268 oil filters and Kubota 33960-82632
    hydraulic filters .
    please assure me the tractors are actually L3300′s , they have the correct oil filter and
    what AFTERMARKET hydraulic filter can i safely use ?

  4. Vic Said,

    January 27, 2009 @ 7:49 pm

    Barry, Not sure that the L3300 cast onto the axle means that what you’re looking at is in fact an L3300 axle. Kubota is hyper-covert in stamping much of anything with an identifier like that!

    I can tell you that the D1503-ES 3 Cylinder engine was the original engine installed in both the L2900 and L3130 Grand L Series.

    The L3300 and L35 TLB were fitted from the factory with the D1703 (Super 03 Series)Engines.

    Now it is possible that the valve cover has been taken off another 03 Series Engine, (D1403, D1503, D1703) as the covers are interchangeable.

    You can check the engine serial number stamped into the block right where the injector lines leave the pump, it will have the model info and a serial production number, like D1503-12345, indicating a D1503 engine block.

    You can also quick the CC’s of engine displacement. This info will be cast onto the RH side of the engine block, above the hydraulic pump. The L3300/L35′s equipped with the D1703 engines, pumped out 32.5 HP from 1647 CC’s of displaccement.

    The L2900 and the Grand L3130 produced 29.7HP from 1499 CC’s.

    The Donaldson oil filter # P551268 is correct, I cannot get the Hydraulic Filter # 33960-82632 to enter into my Dealer Look-up, However, the correct Hydraulic Filter for the D1503 or D1703 Engine is Kubota # HH330-82630.

    The Kubota Hydraulic filters are around $24USD. I haven’t had much success in finding aftermarket hydraulic filters for Kubota product.

    It is possible to flush the Hydraulic Filter real well with solvent as they are fine micron mesh inside, not paper.

    Service Dept Vic

  5. BARRY Said,

    February 15, 2009 @ 9:30 pm

    all i can find near the injector pump is ” 1.499 ” and “LL”.
    on the opposite side lower down is a severely scratched/unreadable label .

  6. Vic Said,

    February 16, 2009 @ 11:25 am

    Barry,

    Looks like it’s an L2900 engine.

    Service Dept Vic

  7. Bernie Said,

    March 19, 2009 @ 10:19 am

    Hello, I have a kabota 4×4 its older, was bought at an auction. Has a front loader, and a rotortiller on the back, having hydraulic problems, now I have a busted hydraulic pump..! I dont even know how to get any info off this thing its all in a different language. On the back of the pump is stamped GP-3127C
    701
    Kabota has said they will not sell one to me because it is a grey market piece of equipment. Can anyone help me? I can send pics. Thanks.

  8. Mr. K Said,

    March 19, 2009 @ 10:29 am

    Hey Bernie, thanks for posting!

    Yes – it is a common reaction from Kubota dealerships to turn you away if they know you have a gray market tractor. They are bound by their license agreement with Kubota corporate to turn owners of gray market equipment away – it is a questionable practice.

    Anyway, Vic might be able to source some parts for you. Contact him at vic@orangetractortalks.com and he’ll get you sorted! Welcome to the site!

  9. Bernie Said,

    March 19, 2009 @ 10:40 am

    Thank you very much Mr. K. I will resume my search, much appreciated!

  10. Vic Said,

    March 21, 2009 @ 12:19 pm

    Bernie, I have a new pump for you.

    Service Dept Vic

  11. Rick Said,

    September 18, 2009 @ 8:11 pm

    Can you tell me what metric size/pitch bolt it takes reinstall the ROPS on a L3710? It appears to take 6 of one size and 1 smaller on each side. I’m guessing the larger one is a 14mm x 1.125 but I’m not sure.

    Thanks Rick

  12. rodney Said,

    October 25, 2009 @ 10:03 pm

    Vic , I emailed you concerning a transmission for a L2000 Zennoh gray market tractor by Kubota. Some of the gears are no longer good . I really would be happy if you could help me. Thanks alot.

  13. Cheryle Said,

    November 23, 2009 @ 8:04 am

    We have a 643 Clark Bobcat with a D1402 kubota engine with a crack in the block. We would like to find a dealer who sells short block rebuilts but it is difficult to find. Any ideas?

  14. Greg Staviski Said,

    December 15, 2009 @ 9:30 pm

    Hi: I have a Zen Noh that I think is 24 hp and I need to replace the hydraulic filter but there are no numbers it. Any ideas?

    greg
    Gulf Breeze FL
    greg1919@bellsouth.net

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