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Author Topic: Kubota generator engine questions  (Read 8917 times)
pd4903-188 and now pd4107
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« Reply #45 on: March 11, 2010, 12:07:17 PM »

Zero, If it ain't broke don't fix it.  As you have read in other posts, don't idle a diesel engine. A generator very seldom idles. Watch yor "blow-by" tube and when oil consumption goes up, overhaul or replace.  I work primarily on tractors, and have many that are 20 years in operation with no problems. As to overhaul, most times it is as cheap to replace with new. A new engine from Kubota engines america(KEA) comes with new injector pump and injectors, and other new accessories. If I can help contact me. I have been a Kubota mechanic 19 years, and am looking for my gold watch.
Big John

Big John  Tyler Tx PD 4903-188 & 4107
871 dd, 4 spd Fuller.
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