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Kubota B8200 clean Strainer required

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Crispian
Join Date: Nov 2010
Posts: 6 Northwest
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2011-03-20          177476


I am changing the hydraulic/transmission fluid on my B8200. Although I'm wrenchin' for all I'm worth I cannot get the transmission strainer to unscrew. I have already drained the transmission fluid from the reservoir. Any trick to getting the transmission strainer to come out so that I cna clean it?

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DennisCTB
Join Date: Nov 1998
Posts: 2682 NorthWest NJ
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2011-10-06          180719


I had the same issue on my Kubota B7610. I figured as long as the tractor was running fine before, why not just change the cartridge filters and fluid? That strainer is a secondary failsafe, that I would probably get more contaiminated messing with it.

So far no problems with this approach ....

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