B8200 hydraulic gear pump

MPope03

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B8200D, BF300A, BL4520, Howse Box Blade, Cub Cadet 1650
Jan 1, 2015
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Palm Bay, FL
I found a great source for the B8200 hydraulic gear pump, part number 67810-76100. Everywhere I looked wanted $300 and up for the pump. I found a place in the UK, White House Products Ltd that specializes in hydraulic pumps and claims an inventory of 55,000 pumps. They sold me the pump for 133 Euro ($148). With DHL Express shipping total cost was ~$165. Shipping took 3 days from Glasgow to Florida. They are not set up to sell to the public, so you have to sign up on their website and a day later they will send you a login ID and password, then you can make a purchase. They don't take Discover cards. They probably have lots of other Kubota pumps, but I don't know the parts numbers to check. It's great to find a wholesaler that will actually sell one item at a time.
 

torch

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B7100HSD, B2789, B2550, B4672, RC54-71B, 48" cultivator, homemade FEL and Cab
Jun 10, 2016
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Muskoka, Ont.
I found a great source for the B8200 hydraulic gear pump, part number 67810-76100.
This is a great find! But how do (did) you know that's the right part number? Looking through their inventory I can't seem to find it by that number. I found the other B8200 pump number and found what I think might be the right pump, but I don't see that part number associated with it. What is their stock number for the pump you bought?
 

MPope03

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B8200D, BF300A, BL4520, Howse Box Blade, Cub Cadet 1650
Jan 1, 2015
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Palm Bay, FL
I put the Kubota part number (from the Kubota parts manual) in the "part no." search line in the "quick find" box on their web site. This brought up 3 listings. The 1st one was a left hand turn pump and only had their part number. The second one I clicked on had their part number followed by the Kubota number, and listed Kubota and also the companies that manufacture the pump. Their part number for my pump is SP1/41041GPO. Hope this helps!
 

torch

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B7100HSD, B2789, B2550, B4672, RC54-71B, 48" cultivator, homemade FEL and Cab
Jun 10, 2016
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48
Muskoka, Ont.
Ok, I found the same 3 by entering B8200.

So you have the gear driven version rather than the direct drive. I wonder if 5P1/41040GPO is the direct drive version (67111-76103), given that the rotation is opposite yours.
 

MPope03

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B8200D, BF300A, BL4520, Howse Box Blade, Cub Cadet 1650
Jan 1, 2015
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Palm Bay, FL
I wish I could tell you, but I really have no idea. Perhaps you could find a service manual for your tractor serial number. i know the B8200 tractors had different manuals for different serial numbers and options (like gear vs hydrostatic).
 

torch

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B7100HSD, B2789, B2550, B4672, RC54-71B, 48" cultivator, homemade FEL and Cab
Jun 10, 2016
1,446
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48
Muskoka, Ont.
The manual is not gonna help. ;) I have a B7100. The B8200 direct drive version is reportedly a bolt-in upgrade for my pump but the gear driven version (ie: yours) won't work.

Thanks for the info though.
 

homewardbound11

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b1750hst
Mar 2, 2013
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ireland
I found a great source for the B8200 hydraulic gear pump, part number 67810-76100. Everywhere I looked wanted $300 and up for the pump. I found a place in the UK, White House Products Ltd that specializes in hydraulic pumps and claims an inventory of 55,000 pumps. They sold me the pump for 133 Euro ($148). With DHL Express shipping total cost was ~$165. Shipping took 3 days from Glasgow to Florida. They are not set up to sell to the public, so you have to sign up on their website and a day later they will send you a login ID and password, then you can make a purchase. They don't take Discover cards. They probably have lots of other Kubota pumps, but I don't know the parts numbers to check. It's great to find a wholesaler that will actually sell one item at a time.
Hi mpope03

Was the pump a genuine kubota or non oem pump. I received a GPO120L pump from another supplier , but it is not exactly the same . It does fit but the gasket sealing area is much smaller. I am just wondering if your pump issue was similar or was the pump exactly the same as the original pump I have another post open on this and just need to be sure before fitting it.

Was this the part you ordered in the end
 

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