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 10-20-2004, 05:35 Post: 98786
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 New Kubota Dripping

I have a new Kubota L3830 with two hours on it, however, every time I park it there are small drips below the tractor. Is this a common problem? I have a bunch of 50+ year old tractors that does some of this but I wouldn't expect it out of a new tractor.






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 10-20-2004, 06:02 Post: 98788
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 New Kubota Dripping

You're right, it should not leak. But the problem might be simple. Try to trace the drip back to its origin and call your dealer.






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 10-20-2004, 07:24 Post: 98793
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As a dealer please call yours. There is some assembly on these tractor and it might only mean a quarter turn on a line to end the leak but a good service manager will check the guys in assembly and hopefully they won't have another one leak!






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 10-20-2004, 22:17 Post: 98874
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My 3830 did that when it was new - dripping hydrolic fluid from a plate underneath. All the bolts were tight. The dealer pulled and resealed the plate at the 50 hr service and replaced the fluid I'd lost at no charge.

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 10-21-2004, 16:07 Post: 98932
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 New Kubota Dripping

Had a similar problem when my TC29 was delivered. I parked it in my garage and went to Vegas the next day. It failed to start upon my return so dealer came and repaired that problem. I noticed a spot of oil on the floor on the right side shortly after but could not find a leak. I found the leak when I went to use it, sprayed out a hydraulic fitting for the bucket curl cylinder. Check all the fittings for moisture. Don't do it with the machine running unless you have heavy gloves on.






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