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Kubota L210 Parts Needed

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yarddog
Join Date: Sep 2009
Posts: 2 Louisville, Tennessee
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2009-09-03          165423


I have a 1972 L210 and need the following parts: exhaust manifold #1510312312, exhaust pipe flange #1521112321, and possibly a cylinder head if my cracked head cannot be repaired. Any ideas where these might be found?
Thanks for your help.

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kthompson
Join Date: Oct 2005
Posts: 5242 South Carolina
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2009-09-03          165428


Have you checked with a local Kubota dealership? ....

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Art White
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2009-09-12          165596



The only part that isn't available with a quick check is the exhaust pipe flange. There are part number changes to the parts you have listed. That often happens when old parts are integrated to fit more models.
Other wise your dealer should be able to help you with your parts when your ready.
It would be wise not to wait until the day you are looking to put the engine back together, special order vs stock orders drive up the shipping and handling costs from most manufacturers. ....

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