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    B7200 RANGE SELECTOR FORK REPLACEMENT PART SOURCE?? THANKS

    The part number and price came straight ftom the Messicks site. Did I get the wrong "speed change" fork? If so my apologies. Dan
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    B7200 RANGE SELECTOR FORK REPLACEMENT PART SOURCE?? THANKS

    Its a 40 year old machine and the OEM parts are still available, This is a case where I actually consider the "exorbitant" cost soemwhat justified. Dan
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    L2501 temp question - first time diesel owner

    That is what I would expect and exactly what I get from my L3901. Dan
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    B7200 RANGE SELECTOR FORK REPLACEMENT PART SOURCE?? THANKS

    Sure - part number 67311-18140 and readily available from your friendly Kubota dealer for a measely $315. Dan EDIT: See below post #6
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    How to increase hydraulic flow L3400D?

    It would be an independent system. Keep the Bobcat - its a far better hydraulic solution with a lot more versatility. Dan
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    Kubota B8200 - Any performance mods?

    These are tractors not cars or trucks. Like I said - you are going to be constrained by the size and weight of the machine far more than engine horsepower. My 17HP B7200 will spin my Woods RD7200 finish mower just fine but the sheer size and weight of the mower tosses the tractor around. Its...
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    Kubota B8200 - Any performance mods?

    I think you will find the tractor already produces more engine power than it can get on the ground. Unless you are looking to run some sort of large PTO load consider adding ballast. It is cheap and improves traction. Dan
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    How to increase hydraulic flow L3400D?

    I had to bite my tongue to keep from suggesting that when you first posted. I think you made a good call and I am jealous :sick: Dan
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    L2501 temp question - first time diesel owner

    Not at all what I see on my L3901. Normal operating temperature on it is close to mid-scale on the gauge. It takes a little longer to get ther in cold weather but 10 minutes is probably typical. Your gauge should get close to the summer reading even in cold weather. My gut feeling is either the...
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    L175 Remote Hydraulic

    You are correct. The tank return line carries exhaust oil from the cylinders. That allows them to operate independently of down stream valves and cylinders. It also provides an unrestricted path to tank for the pressure relief in the auxiliary valve when an overpressure condition occurs. This...
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    B2150HST Serious Hydraulic Leak

    Just a thought but if it is a BSPP banjo it may not be metric - one inch is 25.4mm..... Dan
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    L175 Remote Hydraulic

    The third hose comes off the valve not the block. Here is an example loader hookup. Its a B1630 loader but its typical of just about all Kubota loaders. Dan
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    L175 Remote Hydraulic

    Block connects to pressure and power beyond ports on your valve. You also need a third tank return from the valve which typically goes to the hydraulic filler. Dan
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    BX2200 Hydraulic Hardline question

    At $20 its not worth firing up a torch. Dan
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    BX2200 Hydraulic Hardline question

    The leak should braze right up. Dan