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Kubota L2800 water

Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment' started by CrazyCooter, Jan 1, 2011.

  1. CrazyCooter

    CrazyCooter Senior Member
    Messages: 119

    Just went through and changed all fluids on my L2800. Now that my pocket is much lighter, I have developed an issue. I am having water coming from somewhere and contaminating my newly changed hydraulic oil. I am assuming that I need to replace my shifter boot (as it's cracked so water can get into there) and plan on doing that - but can anyone else think of where water might be getting in? Keep in mind this is a 2006 with less than 200 hrs. No leakage of any sort anywhere.

    Ideas, guys? It already sucks having to buy a new filter and oil again (kubota UDT oil is hella pricey) and I'd really rather not take it into the dealer - they are far away and I'd rather not blow a grand having the dealer deal with it.