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Old 08-07-2019   #11
Guizerix Tim
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Default Re: B1600 lift arm

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Looks like we both need the same casing part. Mine cracked when overheated and over pressured - case and cap!
The parts look the same as the B8200 and if so are available in UK - They have to come from Japan and Germany and cost about£1000 for both - Iím hoping for a used part!
You can find the kubota B8200 parts manual online at kubota books
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Old 08-08-2019   #12
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Thanks. The B8200 casing looks identical. I will add that one to the list of suitable donors.
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Old 08-19-2019   #13
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You can find the kubota B8200 parts manual online at kubota books
Hi Tim

I have located a secondhand part in USA for $250 but freight is more than purchase price (with no good guarantee that part will be a fit) Do you have the page from the B8200 parts manual showing the assembly?

I have reason to believe that several of these parts can be sourced secondhand in US so perhaps we could look at a joint shipment so an EU hub. Delivery to our individual locations by road could be relatively cheaper.

In any case, it will be interesting to compare notes on progress.
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Old 08-19-2019   #14
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Hi Tim

I have located a secondhand part in USA for $250 but freight is more than purchase price (with no good guarantee that part will be a fit) Do you have the page from the B8200 parts manual showing the assembly?

I have reason to believe that several of these parts can be sourced secondhand in US so perhaps we could look at a joint shipment so an EU hub. Delivery to our individual locations by road could be relatively cheaper.

In any case, it will be interesting to compare notes on progress.
If you need someone to reship parts let me know, I would be more than happy to do that, as some places hike the price way up on international shipments.
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Old 08-19-2019   #15
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Thanks Wolfman

I am looking at a getting the unit shipped to Ireland but it slips in between small package and pallet size. Also, the courier companies only offer airfreight. I would prefer to ship by sea with a consolidator. Either way, if another buyer also wanted one in EU, it would make a lot more sense to ship both to one location over here

Incidentally, have you ever worked with https://www.urparts.ie
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