Recent content by N3BP

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    Kubota B7200D Clutch Replacement

    I prefer the hoist method in my pic above. No need to block anything off. Plus, it's very easy to bring up or let down the engine. This is super helpful in lining up the dowl pins to get the two halvs back together. If you have a helper you may not heed it, but I flew solo on the clutch...
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    Kubota B7200D Clutch Replacement

    That is correct. There is a single floor jack under the the frame just behind the bellhousing.
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    Kubota B7200D Clutch Replacement

    I replaced mine when I first acquired it. It wasn't too bad of a job. An overhead chain hoist really helped me out though!
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    Tisco Alternator Upgrade?

    I have the same machine and I upgraded to an 60A alternator. I had Messicks search the country for NOS parts. I probably have $700.00 into it. You know how salty Kubot parts are! If you are good with fabricating, go for it. BTW, I used an alternator with internal regulator, so I ditched the...
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    Adding Temp gauge to b7200Hst

    two more pics....
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    Adding Temp gauge to b7200Hst

    Bob, Yes I did convert from a dynamo to alternator. Just so there is no confusion, I put an arrow at the bolt. Mine came out just fine. I found my old one. It's a M16X1.5. What I had to do was get an M16X1.5 to 1/8NPT sensor adapter fitting since my autometer gauge used a 1/8npt sensor...
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    Adding Temp gauge to b7200Hst

    There is indeed a bolt on the top of the head that is a cooling passage plug. I forget the size, but that's what I used on my 7200. Kinda hard to see in the pic. My runs consistently at 160 deg F.
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    B8200DT Questions for the knowledgeable!

    Not sure about the dipstick, but on the back of my B7200, those holes are filled with plastic screws, just like the bottom two holes are on your tractor. I orginally thought the pto guar screwed into them, but on my 7200, that is not the case. I wouldn't worry about it and just paint over it.
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    Torque Sequence for a D950 Head

    Sequence attached....47.7-51.3 FT-LBS is your magic number.
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    Pallet Fork Modification

    I should explain better....I purchased the forks used. I didn't have a tape measure with when i purchased them. I used the measuring app on my phone instead (mistake). I was just wondering if it was worth the trouble to cut the one side off and re-weld it over a 1/2''?
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    Pallet Fork Modification

    Hey guys, I messed up and bought pallet forks form my L2900 that don't quite fit. It's a pin-on style. It's only off by 1/4''-1/2''. I'm looking for opinons as to whether it's worth trying to modify, or look for a new set. Adjustable loader style forks are almost impossible to source...
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    Loader Lift Cylinder

    Hey Guys, General question relating to lift cylinders. I recently purchases a L2900 that has a Woods 165 DuAl Front end loader. Both from the mid 90's. I had the bucket off today to grease the pins. I noticed when I operate the bucket curl control, only the RH lift cylinder operates until...
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    B Series Alternator bracket

    He fellows, I'm in the process of converting from a dynamo to 60A alternator on my B7200. I was able to locate all the necessary mounting bracket and parts. These alternators were an option on the B6200, B7200, B8200, & B9200 tractors, and standard on European models (I believe). Kubota made...
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    WTB: Kubota B7200 4x4 Ag Rims

    Hi All, Looking for a set of Ag rims from my B7200 4x4. Fronts are 5x12, and the rears are 8x16. It currently has the turf setup I'm looking to get rid of. Thanks, Brandon
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    B7200 Rear Hydraulic Tap Point

    Hi fellows, I'm in the process of overhauling a new to me B7200, and I'd like to install a hydraulic top link to work a boom pole. The only issue is the hydraulic tap block is up front by the fuel filter bowl, and I'd like to save that tap point for my snowblower lift cylinder anyway. Kubota...