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Kubota Care 101 – All you need to know to keep your Kubota in top shape

Trusting Kubota’s expert service department to fix any of your broken equipment is a given. But we want you to not have to come to us for every petty issue you experience. That is because we expect that if you took the time to look after the quality and durable equipment you buy from us, it will never let you down.

Kubota’s agricultural line covers a range of tractors for sale, including four-wheel drive compact utility tractors, models for light construction and small farming, all-purpose agriculture tractors, and backhoe and loader tractors.

Kubota mowers include the T Series, F Series, GR Series, and Z Series, as well as walk-behind mowers featuring either gear or hydro-drive. The company’s Kubota RTV Series utility vehicles first went on sale in the U.S. in 2004. Kubota also sells hay and forage equipment, including disc mowers, disc mower conditioners, rotary tedders, rotary rakes, balers, and wrappers.

Just like anything else in life, a little bit of care will save you a lot of trouble – and in this instance, money too.

Therefore, to avoid any issues you must know the state of your equipment before starting and operating it.

For instance, did you know that clogged radiators account for almost all overheated engine failures? We recommend that you check that the radiator core is not clogged and cleaning any debris build-up on a daily basis. This will save you from paying for costly repairs.

Along with the daily check of your radiator, we also recommend the following daily checks for most Kubota products:

  • Walk around inspection
  • Tyre pressure, wear or damage (and/or track damage)
  • Damage to body, tightness of all bolts, nuts and pins
  • Implement and accessory blades and belts for wear and damage
  • Parking brake, speed control levers, all safety switches and Easy Checker™ functions
  • Abnormal noise or vibrations
  • Check engine oil level
  • Check transmission / hydraulic oil levels
  • Check coolant level
  • Check the water separator
  • Check there are no fluid leaks
  • Clean grill, radiator and screen
  • Check DPF muffler (if fitted)
  • Check the air cleaner evacuator valve (when used in a dusty place)
  • Check brake pedal & brake
  • Check the parking brake lever
  • Check indicators, gauges and meter
  • Check lights
  • Check seat belt
  • Check movable parts, and
  • Care of danger, warning and caution labels.

It stands to reason that any machine that keeps its value will help you fetch a higher price when you want to renew.

For everything else, we are here to help you take care of your equipment. Get in touch with our service departments here.

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