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  1. #1
    Bronze Member
    Join Date
    Nov 2001
    SE PA, USA
    Kubota L3430HSTC

    Default 50 Hour Service

    Just completed my 50 hour service on my B2910.

    Total cost $105.83.
    Labor (My own !) 3 1/2 Hours.

    It was actually quite simple even for me.

    The big gotcha was the filters. The parts dealer mis-labeled the Hydro Oil, and HST filters and that cost me about 1/2 hour and about a 1/2 gallon of super UDT!


  2. #2
    Silver Member
    Join Date
    May 2002
    Philpot, Ky
    Kubota/ L3010HST, BX 1800

    Default Re: 50 Hour Service

    Hi Tony... I need to do my L3010 HST if and when I get time. I assume you went with kubota filters also. I've read many post where people have used off brand filters. I'm going with the Kubota stuff all the way...I've already spent around 17K on this machine...not going to skimp now.

  3. #3
    New Member
    Join Date
    Apr 2002
    Placerville, California
    Kubota L3010 HST with R4 tires

    Default Re: 50 Hour Service

    I just did the 50 hour service on my L3010 HST yesterday. Took close to 5 hours, and cost was about $200. Much of the expense was the three filters (oil, hydraulic, HST), but the hydraulic oil wasn't cheap either and the L3010 HST takes 10 gallons! Messing with the old hydraulic oil was a little messy, but it worked well to drain it into two five gallon buckets, then later pour it into the containers that the new oil came in. By the way, I bought the two and a half gallons bottles of hydraulic oil and I'm glad I did -- it would have been very difficult to hoist and control a five gallon container of that stuff!


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