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Re: jm and Kubota guys

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08-19-2017 13:32:23

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Just wondering is it the big brother to my b8200 made sometime in the 80's ? Just curious. I think fat Jay on the forum has an 8200 also.

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08-19-2017 13:54:03

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 Re: jm and Kubota guys in reply to 300jk, 08-19-2017 13:32:23  
B9200 is one of the best tractors KUBOTA ever made or offered. In that they gave you too much tractor for the money back then. If it is hydrostatic it has a manual 3 speed transmission behind the hydro to give it high med and low ranges. Thing is last ones were made in 1987 so it is 30 years old but tons of parts out there. I do not know where you got the information on bad or cam gears wearing. I was a dealer back in the days and sold a lot of the 62,82,and 92 000 tractors and cant remember any engine failures related to cam gears but who knows, internet is a funny thing one guy mentions it then seems ever one has experienced the same thing. Most of the failures were folks not cleaning the radiator , running it hot and cracking the head. If (and most were ) it is four wheel drive that is a plus. If you get it let me know. jm.

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08-19-2017 19:17:57

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 Re: jm and Kubota guys in reply to jm., 08-19-2017 13:54:03  

Well, went and looked and brought it home. It cranked over and sounded like it only had compression on a cylinder or 2. Didn't see any movement on rocker arms through the oil fill hole. Couldn't wait to look and see what the deal was so I ripped it apart. Idler gear that drives cam and injector pump is toast. The cam gear looks a little tough too. Also has 8 bent push rods. Pistons look fine. Valves don't look bent, but will have check them out.

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08-20-2017 05:12:47

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 Re: jm and Kubota guys in reply to Jeff nwoh, 08-19-2017 19:17:57  
See if the injector pump is froze up..

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