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 11-11-2001, 13:30 Post: 33115
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I went to my local dealer to buy the necessary filters to do the 50 hour service on my B2910HSD. I have delt with these folks before for parts to my green machine and don't have much faith in them. The proved me right again. The paper fuel filter they sold me is never going to fit in the fuel filter bowl. Now, I am worried that the other filters will be incorrect as well. Here are the Kubota part #s from the invoice. Does anybody know if these are correct?I think the tractor is a 2000 year model, But, I haven't been able to confirm that. The serial # is 51685. Also which hydro filter goes on which side of the tractor?67955-37710 hyd. filter 1-L52C66021-36060 HYD Filter 1-L51F16271-32090 oil Filter 1-52A15231-43560 Fuel Filter 1-PC12HThanks for your help.






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 11-11-2001, 14:03 Post: 33116
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David, I can't say what the filter part numbers should be, but both my '95 B7100 and my '99 B2710 use the same fuel filter, part #15231-43560, and I would have EXPECTED the B2910 to use the same one. My hydraulic oil filter is part #66021-36060 and I would have EXPECTED your left side (as you sit on the tractor) filter to be the same.






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 11-11-2001, 14:05 Post: 33117
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It appears that you may have those same two filters, but I don't understand the additional letters and numbers in the prefix.






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 11-13-2001, 16:02 Post: 33172
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Bird the prefix numbers are not Kubota's but might be a code for the dealer. My numbers fit fine with yours. The part numbers if you can break them down, and they are different from one company to another normally have to do with the manufacturer, plant location and equipment used on.






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 11-18-2001, 04:41 Post: 33257
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I went back to the shop with my fuel filter and someone else looked it up and sure enough, it was not correct. They tell me now it is #6A320-59930 and they have to order it.
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 09-03-2003, 22:55 Post: 63170
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On Kubota b2410 two rear filter are what the orginal are different sizes and part no 66021-36060 fits only on left side as you sit in tractor what is the right filter and part number from kubota






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