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 11-26-2006, 23:10 Post: 137346
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I have my little b7200 in parts Why. Things dealer said they did before I bought it. No warrenty of coarse.
Clutch, tractor broke apart at the motor. Y, wrong grade of bolts popped head off.
Front oil seal, seal torn and spring hanging out inside case. Did not put key back in pully.
Timing was off and I tried to get it closer, Have front gear cover off. The lineup marks are 4 teeth off.

Now since it broke I have found all this.
It distroyed pressure plate and bearing. I see the clutch is like new. I have put about 30 hrs on the tractor since I bought it. Now need new PP will have to find reasonable parts place I think I will replace all clutch parts. Gotta find reasonable parts supplier dealer is out






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 11-26-2006, 23:21 Post: 137347
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Maybe it would help if you took plenty of pictures and talked to the dealer. Did they put anything in writing when you bought it? Your state's consumer affairs department might help if you can prove your case.






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 11-26-2006, 23:39 Post: 137348
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no writing just the mach. who did the work word. Of coars him and the salesman are gone from the dealer.
What bits is it could have been done right with the same effort. I should have known something when the charging system check out by them was taking the bulb that lites up out. As soon as I installed a bult it was bright and on
It in not going to cost but a couple hundred in parts I have taken everything apart. t is not worth the effort to go after anybody. Some times you do more damage to yourself with the stress of the confertation.






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 11-27-2006, 07:32 Post: 137350
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Sorry to hear about the bad experience you are going through. Hopfully you will get through these problems and repair the tractor and have a good machine from there on out. In the mean time you might try Tractor Smart for parts and advice. I bought all of my Kubota parts from them when I had my Kubota L245. Ronne Bowman was VERY helpful with sharing his advice and answering questions. Good luck and hope you get things fixed right.






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 11-27-2006, 17:06 Post: 137373
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It could be worth a phone call to check your state, some have a warranty more than you might think. Workmanship may not be warrantied since it was not done for you, but then it may. Had an engine head repaired by a shop who did not complete their job. Dropped a valve. They had to replace the engine under our state law of workmanship.






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 12-09-2006, 21:44 Post: 137802
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I just my basket of parts $450 worth. I have taking the tractor apart. One of the clutch problems was they put in the wrong clutch bearing. About a 1 1/2" hole over a 1" shaft. The old clutch plate is like new but I am replacing it with the rest of the parts. If someone wants a 71/4 clutch disk it cost about $97 at kubota Mine is postage to you. When I say things to the dealr like ."it was your mach. they say he is gone and we didn't know much about him" They did give me a discount on the parts. The clutch parts were $20 more that they said over the phone.






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 12-11-2006, 13:08 Post: 137843
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It's to bad the dealer who hired him wouldn't even stand behind the guys work!






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