Congrats, great looking Tractor! :thThumbsU
That's a good idea, but my nearest dealer is a bit of a drive.Your local dealer should have all that. Probably a good idea to get to know them.
Another source that mail-orders Kubota parts is Messicks. I believe they are an MTF site supporter, too.
Thanks for the info. Anytime I can save a little on taxes, I'm more than good with it.Very nice! I love my little 3 cylinder diesel. Just keeps going. Be sure to get red dye diesel fuel for it, like farmers and off roaders do. Here it is 45 cents a gallon cheaper than the road taxed version. Of course California has high fuel taxes. You may not save as much there.
The previous owner of the tractor said something similiar about the blower, that it wasn't actually made my Kubota, but he wasn't sure who made it....your info is good info to know, thanks.That is one nice lookin bota, Ive got a 4200, kinda rough around the edges, But some day hope to make it real pretty like yours, Did you know thats a case/ingersoll snow caster. Yes sir. So you can get parts at your Ingersoll dealer for that end. There are a couple good Ingersoll dealers here between detroit and lansing. The one in williamston is also a kubota dealer. Enjoy your new tractor, The kubota diesels are the finest diesel engines in the world... Eric
Yes, the Jetta is diesel as well. Has almost 260,000 miles on it now and still runs like a champ. Had the dealer do the timing belt service about 10,000 miles ago on it. Been very happy with the little VW.Nice diesel. Is the tow unit also a diesel?
I suppose it doesn't have an awful lot on how the machine runs (haha), but I just want it to look pretty.Yup, Your missing a little flip up door there. If memmory serves me correctly Its perforated. Check with joes power equip, I think he advertises here, hes near sagnaw... Eric...
All you need to really do is keep the ambient temp from getting down into the single digits. If the tractor is stored inside and you have electricity, sometimes just a little electric space heater on low setting will do the trick. Like those oil-filled electric radiators, for instance....Oh, what would you suggest for a "block heater" on this engine? I am looking at a Kat's heating pad that you stick on the oil pan. Don't need much heat, since the tractor will always sit inside, but I was looking at a 50 watt or so pad to stick to the oil pan.....just enough to get the temp up a bit on it.