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Old 06-25-2012, 09:57 PM
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http://www.kubota.com/part/parts.aspx

You may want to try this--with engine model and serial number you should be able to plug in. Also on their website you should be able to find dealer and distributor contact info.

Have you given a diesel shop a look--they may be able to give you a hand on repair of the old pump.
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Old 06-26-2012, 12:15 AM
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http://www.kubota.com/part/parts.aspx

You may want to try this--with engine model and serial number you should be able to plug in. Also on their website you should be able to find dealer and distributor contact info.

Have you given a diesel shop a look--they may be able to give you a hand on repair of the old pump.
Sorry I done tried that site. They want to know what model KUBOTA tractor the enigne is in. This is in a Walker. The site does not list parts by engines. I tried and got now where. Do you know how to enter just any engine on that site?
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