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 04-19-1999, 00:00 Post: 3056
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 Kubota replaces my 2150 with a new 2710

I am writing this message to give an update on an overheating problem that developed last June after I took delivery of a new B 2150, 60" deck, bagger , and a woods loader.. Kubota first replaced the fan with a larger one, they then replaced the radiator with a larger one, while it seemed to improve it would still overheat on 80 degree day when using the mower and bagger. Kubota then had the dealer pick up the unit and take it to their shop where a more thorough investigation was conducted. Nothing was found that could solve the problem., however the dealer was able to duplicate the problem.I wrote a letter to Kubota and told them that I was not happy with the unit. I asked them to either fix it, replace it, or buy it back. The dealer that I purchased it through intervened and suggested that they replace it with a new B2710. However the unit would not be available until late feb. I agreed to wait and get the new 2170. They returned my B2150 and allowed me to use it until the 2710 showed up. The 2710 was delivered to me last Weds. and the swap was made. I should mention that there was no additional cost to me. (FYI I paid 18k for the 2150 out the door). I had this last weekend to get familiar with the 2710 . While I was happy with the 2150, the 2710 definitely is a drastic improvement. They obviously did their homework and listened to what the customers wanted, executed the changes with the end user in mind and came up with the 2710. My hat's off to Kubota. Even the neighbor's who are die hard Deere men were impressed. I am glad that I waited as it has definitely been worth it.






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 04-21-1999, 00:00 Post: 3156
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Just curious, but did the dealer pull the water pump off and inspect/replace it? Did they also try to do a "flow test" to see if maybe there was some kind of restriction in the block? The problem has to be one of those two, since that's all that's left to.






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 04-22-1999, 00:00 Post: 3218




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Yes they did pull the pump and checked the impeller clearance as well as a number of other things.Kubota directed them and oversaw what they were doing. I do not believe the block was flow tested,if it was no mention was made of it.Tim






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 07-13-1999, 00:00 Post: 5931
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I had the same overheating problem with my 2150hst. After many attempts to fix (new therostat, new radiator, new water pump) dealer called local distributer. It seems the head gasket holes for the water passages were to small. They replaced the head gasket problem solved.






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