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 05-18-2007, 01:10 Post: 142183
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 B2100 Hydraulic steering Supply Line

To anyone who may be interested........

A small leak developed in my power steering supply line. It is a factory formed steel tube, with flares on both ends.

Since there are no Kubota dealers anywhere near me, I was forced to find a Kubota parts distributor on the internet. My Google search led me to Coleman Equipment, located in Bonner Springs, Kansas........and I'm glad I found the place.

Mary works in the parts department there. She has been most helpful in locating the needed part.

Mary sent me a picture of the Kubota drawings relating to this part for the B2100 tractors. It seems that this part has gone through several design changes over the years, and the part on my tractor is one of the outdated designs.

Kubota refers to this part officially as being "Pipe Delivery". It is referenced as #10 on the drawing diagram.

The new part number for this item is as follows.......

6C040-39222

This is the updated design (fewer bends and twists) which replaces all earlier versions of this part.

This hydraulic supply line runs along the right side of the engine, and attaches to the forward-most port of the steering block.

In order to replace this part, it is first necessary to remove the right side engine cover panel. Now remove the roll pin holding the hand throttle lever to the throttle control arm.

Next, remove the screw holding the dash panel on. It's located right on top of the dash panel, and there is only one screw to remove.

Now pop the dash panel out of the lower cover. Be careful here. The RPM gauge has a cable attached to it. Unscrew the cable from the back of the panel, then set the panel aside. You still have a wiring harness attached to the panel. Be careful not to attempt to move this panel any further than absolutely necessary.

The lower steering column cover can then be lifted up and away from the tractor frame, but be careful not to break off the little plastic tabs that hold the cover in place.

The hydraulic return line must then be removed from the rear port of the steering valve, before you'll be able to get a wrench on the forward-most fitting.

Reassembly is done in reverse.

Check fluid level and add if necessary before restarting the tractor, as you will lose some fluid while making this repair. Of course, be very careful not to get any dirt or debris in your hydralic fittings while you have it apart.

I'll gladly help anyone who needs help completing this repair.

Joel






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 05-18-2007, 09:39 Post: 142189
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 B2100 Hydraulic steering Supply Line

I had a similar problem with one of our small turf units, except we just took the old line to our local hydraulic shop who made a replacement.

It cost $9 for the line and $4 times 2 for the fitting.

Kubota wanted slightly more than $17 for the part, and couldn't have gotten it to us in the one hour that the hydraulics people did. Wink yeah right

Best of luck.






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