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    Default Kubota 3rd Function Kit

    Anyone know what the kubota 3rd function hydraulic kits go for?

    Any pics of the factory lever location/install?
    ac

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    Default Re: Kubota 3rd Function Kit

    I would just call a dealer. Search 3rd function - all kinds of stuff here. You might get an idea from this thread

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    Default Re: Kubota 3rd Function Kit

    I think it depends on which tractor it is for.

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    Default Re: Kubota 3rd Function Kit

    Quote Originally Posted by Mpking View Post
    I think it depends on which tractor it is for.
    It would be for an L45.

    In the brochure it mentions having ~16gpm flow for running hydraulic attachments. Is the switch on these kits momentary? In other words, does the switch stay in position when switched to keep the attachment rotating? Or is the switch more for a grapple where you want it to automatically return to neutral?

    ac

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    Default Re: Kubota 3rd Function Kit

    According to the kubota "Build My Kubota" configurator, the kit retails for $885 for an L45

    "Remote Valve Kit For Loader Mounted Attachments $885.00"

    I believe this is the 3rd function option you're talking about. Check the configurator if not.
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    Default Re: Kubota 3rd Function Kit

    Mine cost $775 for an L3240. I'll get you a pic of the lever in a day or two if you want.
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    Default Re: Kubota 3rd Function Kit

    Installed price (Sept.08) on a L4240 was about $1300.00,six hours labor ,remove rear wheel,Fel supports ect.

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    Default Re: Kubota 3rd Function Kit

    Quote Originally Posted by Mpking View Post
    Mine cost $775 for an L3240. I'll get you a pic of the lever in a day or two if you want.
    I would LOVE a pic.
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    Default Re: Kubota 3rd Function Kit

    I purchased a kubota 3rd function kit for my L3240HST and installed it myself, paid $789, the install is not hard but takes time, you need to remove the Right rear tire, loader support bars, steering shaft, etc, I did it over 2 or 3 evenings after work.
    I traded my 3240 for a new 3940HST last fall and had the 3rd function kit installed on the new tractor by the dealer, the cost was $818, I'm sure the labor would be a couple hundred $$ if a dealer was to install on a used tractor.
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    Default Re: Kubota 3rd Function Kit

    My home made one cost $250. It is a little different but I like it. If you like to tinker it isn't hard. I had never done any hydraulics before. Anyone with a few common hand tools can make on.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Kubota 3rd Function Kit-f_a8_housinglever.jpg   Kubota 3rd Function Kit-f_a9_opposition.jpg  
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