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Trying to identify Kubota engine


Created On Wednesday July 03, 2013 06:32 Diesel Talk
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Harley89
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Hey there,

I have a Kubota engine that I am trying to locate some documentation on however I have no idea what model it is, I have taken some photos of it here: http://imgur.com/a/lKoEv

If anyone knows anything at all about this engine please let me know, I am trying to teach myself diesel mechanics and this is what I have available to me to start with.

cheers,
Harley
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