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    Default Kubota BX2200 Leaky Fuel Pump

    Hello to all!

    I was working on clearing some brush today and got a fuel leak on my BX2200. This happened once before....something came up and pushed off the fuel line...not so lucky today. it seems to be leaking out of the inlet side of the fuel pump (attached a pic). What do you guys think....am I stuck replacing the entire unit or can this be repaired?

    Last edited by phatty70; 05-23-2010 at 09:41 PM.

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    Default Re: Kubota BX2200 Leaky Fuel Pump

    That looks like a filter, not a pump. I'm not familiar with the Kub pump though.
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    Default Re: Kubota BX2200 Leaky Fuel Pump

    Quote Originally Posted by jimmysisson View Post
    That looks like a filter, not a pump. I'm not familiar with the Kub pump though.
    Jim
    I'm not that familiar with the Kub pump either....there is a filter on the fuel tank side and the harness shown in the pic goes into this so I assume it's a pump....I could be wrong. What I know for sure....it's leaking lol

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    Took the unit off this evening...turns out there was a hairline crack right below the nipple where the line goes into the body. I mixed up a bit of cold weld and after 3 hours of running she's dry as a bone.....only time will tell how long it is until i spend 115 bucks on a new pump

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    Default Re: Kubota BX2200 Leaky Fuel Pump

    If you are good with an iron solder may work also, consider this a warning, next time could be your fan. Get a skid plate or put on a mower deck.

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    Default Re: Kubota BX2200 Leaky Fuel Pump

    Quote Originally Posted by David_Kb7uns View Post
    If you are good with an iron solder may work also, consider this a warning, next time could be your fan. Get a skid plate or put on a mower deck.

    David Kb7uns
    Yep yep....skid plate is in the works

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