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    Elite Member RobJ's Avatar
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    Jul 2005
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    Spring, TX (Houston)
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    Kubota L2500

    Default Servicing manual steering

    As part of my weekend "what can I check on my tractor" schedule. I remembered to check the steering oil. Well I don't think there was any in there. After locating the standard 3/8" square plug (painted red at once), and removing that sucker 1 degree at a time (I needed a 3" wrench or remove another bracket), I filled and filled with oil. I figured I'd just need a top off so I didn't look at the bottle. I must have put in at least 6-8 ozs, It was dry. Still steers about the same but it's got some lube in it now. I used standard 80-90w gear oil. You can see the red plug just in front of the hose.

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    20 miles southeeast of downtown Sacramento
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    Kubota BX23

    Default Re: Servicing manual steering

    Fill it again when it stops leaking
    Kubota BX23, BT600 BH, LA210 FEL, Maschio L125 tiller, Gearmore BB 20-48 BB, King Cutter 6' rear blade, Homemade PHD, Brinly BST-50 broadcaster, ? 6' cultipacker, log & chain drag.

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