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 11-24-2003, 06:45 Post: 69440
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Is the spline on the front of the crankshaft meant for connecting to an additional hydraulic pump or something else? Anyone know the spline specifications on Kubota B7100 with 3 cylinder diesel (I think it's a Yanmar)?
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 11-24-2003, 08:30 Post: 69453
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 Splined shaft on front of crankshaft

Many older farm tractors did have front takeoffs used mostly for front pumps. There's a good chance the shaft is intended for a front pump and maybe somebody knows the specs. If you're looking to mount something, take off shafts are fairly standard. Japanese and N.A. manufacturers tended to use the same ones and not too many different types are around. There's a good chance a front pump that would mount could be found.






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 11-24-2003, 14:46 Post: 69493
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They used it to run the PTO. Why would Kubota want to put a Yanmar engine in?






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I thought I read somewhere that Kubota used or uses Yanmar engines? Maybe I'm think of the green machines.






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Yep, JD CUT machines use Yanmar engines.






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Now ya got the vitals, Yanmar got the green guys into the compact tractor buisness.






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