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In Reply to: Re: kubota b2150 hydrostatic trans swap posted by Paul on Tuesday, August 09, 2016:
Steering,loader and the rest of the hydraulics are off different system, engine driven pump. The hydrostat is a lot of moving parts and when you go into one it is difficult to determine what to replace. It has some brass end plates on the end of the pump and motor. You can go in and replace those but most times that only buys 300 hrs or so. Lots of labor in removing the transmission. Complete transmission is over $2,200 dealer cost. Great when they are going but expensive to repair. Using non KUBOTA fluid sometimes causes early problems.
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