Kubota ZD 28, Update

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by Green Thumb, Jun 10, 2009.

  1. Green Thumb

    Green Thumb LawnSite Member
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    This is just a Up-date to my question about Hydraulic pumps failing because of
    my use of equipment on Hills. Seems this is a common problem for the ZD models with certain Serial #'s. My service dealer called me and told me Kubota
    would pick up the cost of the parts and they would install a overflow resorvoir to be supplied for extra Hydralic oil so that when your on a hill it doesn't suck dry the pumps. Kind of like how the Coolant resorvoir works. The right side
    pump was at 50% of left side although they will replace both sides. I'm a happy camper. The mower has 450hrs on it and has been out of warrenty for
    more than a year.

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