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Paulus

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Engine Part #
« on: March 13, 2021, 12:50:27 PM »

Does anyone have the engine part # for Kubota?  I want to purchase a new casket and thermostat for my Universal 25xp.  The local Kubota dealer need the engine serial #.  I think it is located on the dipstick??
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Re: Engine Part #
« Reply #1 on: March 13, 2021, 12:59:58 PM »

There is a Kubota engine manual in the tech wiki.  I believe it is for the D850, which is an M25.  You most likely have an M25XP which is a D950 Kubota engine.  IIRC, my engine is a B6200 tractor engine and yours would be a B7200 but don't quote me on those.

The stuff you're looking for is the same for both engines anyway.

https://www.c34.org/wiki/index.php?title=Manuals

EDIT:  I just re-looked at that wiki page, and it has BOTH engine Kubota manuals.

Kubota Parts Manuals
No marinized parts, use with CAUTION - not all parts fit the "cousin" Universal model engine
Kubota D850-OEM engine block (M-25 cousin) Parts Manual - Searchable PDF - KKloeber 7/17/17
Kubota D850 engine block (M-25 cousin) Parts Manual from B6200 tractor manual- Searchable PDF - KKloeber 7/17/17

Kubota D950-OEM block (M-25XP cousin) Parts Manual- Searchable PDF - KKloeber 7/17/17
Kubota D950 block (M-25XP cousin) Parts Manual from B7200 tractor manual- Searchable PDF - KKloeber 7/17/17
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Re: Engine Part #
« Reply #2 on: March 13, 2021, 01:26:15 PM »

Thanks, Stu
The #s you listed for the 25xp were correct.
I did not think to search in the C34 Tech Wiki notes.  This will save me a trip to Muskegon.
Thanks,
Paul
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Re: Engine Part #
« Reply #3 on: March 13, 2021, 03:46:56 PM »

paul,

Page down to Tstats
https://c34.org/wiki/index.php?title=Diesel_Engine#Cooling

The Kb p/ns are constantly changing, so if you search the p/n on messicks.com, it will return the more-current p/n if there is one.  Messicks supplied many of the parts manuals we have so I try to buy from them.

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