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  1. #1
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    Default L4310 filter change

    It is time for my 50 hour fluid changes. My local kubota dealer who assured me they had all the correct parts information and fluids, had only some Agco brand transmission and engine oil. They said it was as good as the recommended Kubota oils. They also sold me the filters. I returned 2 ( one transmission and the oil filter) as they were obviously not right just by eyeballing them. Looking at the filters I now have, I believe I still don't have the right filters. Could someone help me with the current filter part numbers needed for a HST L4310? This tractor was purchased 8 months ago.
    Will Kubota make good on warrantee work when their dealers supply the wrong parts? I looked at the parts numbers on Carver's site, and they don't match the numbers on a hydraulic oil filter nor the engine oil filter. Have the parts numbers changed? After my last visit, I don't trust these guys to supply the correct filters.
    TIA

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    Kubota L3710 HST and a Kubota ZD21 60Pro

    Default Re: L4310 filter change

    I'm 99% certain the trans and hydro filters arte the same for L3710 and L4310. The kubota numbers for the L3710 - T0070-37711 and 32701-37950. The Kubota reference manuals leave a little to be desired, they search for 30 minutes trying to get the right filters when I hit 50 hours. I cut out the numbers and brought them in when I hit 200 hours - saved me a lot of grief, they told me I the wrong number until they did a side by side filter comparison.

    Stick with Kubota's UDT or Super UDT, you've got $20K+ in the machine, why cut corners on the service? If you want to save some money, do the service yourself - plan on 4 - 5 hours for the first one, (hydro, trans, engine and fuel).

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    Default Re: L4310 filter change

    Thanks JJT,
    I do have the 32701-37950 hydraulic filter. However, the other transmission filter has the part number 33960-82630. Also, the oil filter has the part number 16414-32431 / 1PC. Are these parts usable in this tractor? These numbers are listed for different model kubota tractors than the 3710 or 4310. You are right that the L3710 has the same filters listed as the L4310.
    This dealer does not have the Kubota UDT in stock, so he had none to sell. For me, money was not the issue. I was wanting to know if using this other type oil would affect warrantee or performance- questions probably with no clear answers. Basically, I don't want to drive 50 miles to the next dealer.
    Once again, thanks for any help

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    Default Re: L4310 filter change

    Here are what I believe to be the most recent filter numbers as given to me by my favorite kubota dealer.
    engine oil: 70000-74035
    outer air: TA040-93230
    inner air: TA040-93220
    fuel: 15521-43160
    HST: 32701-37950 or TA240-59900 (reinforced)
    hydraulic: 33960-82630
    hope this helps.

    Brian

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    Default Re: L4310 filter change

    Thanks Allmobile,
    The oil filter I had was incorrect. I have always received the information needed while learning tractor basics at this site. Everyone's help has saved me time and aggravation and your efforts are greatly appreciated.

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