- Jan 7, 2011
- Kubota L4330 GST w/FEL, Kubota RTV-XG850, Kubota ZD326S
I'm not in any hurry, the leak is barely visible. I have some pics, but my phone is in the shop and it's raining cats and dogs. It's probably going to take me months to get the fuel level down to below the leak. I still need to talk to me my local welder and see what he recommends. The leak looks like a very flat spot, indicating a flaw during the factory welding process.Grind the weld a little to make a flat spot, then use a tek screw with neoprene washer - screw it into the leak directly (you could add some epoxy or JB weld to the screw before seating it). It will be sealed immediately and when the level gets below it or the tank is empty, you can fix it properly.