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Kubota BX2230 Driveshaft Replacement

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McCool
Join Date: Sep 2007
Posts: 1 New Mexico
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2007-09-20          145932


I ran over a piece of buried rebar and it came up into the driveshaft. Tractor still works ok, but the little boot at the end of the drive shaft (rear) was ripped completely off. The fan blades on the little, white plastic fan were also completely ripped off.

How hard is it to fix these on this tractor? Any advice?

Thanks in Advance!
Brian

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earthwrks
Join Date: Dec 2003
Posts: 3853 Home Office in Flat Rock, Michigan
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2007-09-20          145935


The fan is for cooling the hydro, right? If it is I wouldn't run it until you get a new fan. Otherwise, you could incur some expensive repairs. ....

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botamac
Join Date: Nov 2004
Posts: 71 MI
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2007-09-24          146022


I tore my rubber boot off my BX 23 and had to replace them. Ordered the boots at the dealer they were cheep, but the fun part was putting them on. You have to take the seat and fenders off so you can get to the bolts and remove the drive shaft you have to remember they build these from the ground up, so that means you have to work from top down, all in all it was not a hard job they just have a lot of bolts that you have to take off. Time it took me maybe 4 hours and donít run your tractor till you or who ever replaces the fan the fan cools your hydro pump. ....

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