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Kubota hyd couplers rebuildable?

Discussion in 'Compact Track/Multi Terrain Loaders' started by Tags, Feb 22, 2021.

  1. Tags

    Tags Senior Member

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    I’ve got an SVL90-2 and so does a guy I do some work for and the front hydraulic couplers were leaking, thinking this may happen to the 75s too. The dealer doesn’t sell a rebuild kit for these and I can’t seem to find any info online, they want you to buy the whole coupler. Seems like a waste if you could just replace some O rings. I’ve attached a pic of the couplers. You push in on them to release hydraulic pressure. They are made by Faster.
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  2. AllDodge

    AllDodge Senior Member

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    I have cleaned up JD AG couplers which were hanging up. Was also not able to find kits but did replace some Vitron O-rings with a box kit type. One was not able to get working again so just bought a new one.
     
  3. Delmer

    Delmer Senior Member

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    I think that's a standard coupler for skid steers and similar construction. I've never done those, but like Alldodge, I've done plenty of ag ones from an o ring kit. search "flat face coupler repair" and you'll get lots of videos. the trouble will be finding a kit like you said, or buy the o rings individually, the back up rings are probably fine if you have any.
     
  4. heymccall

    heymccall Senior Member

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    Quick coupling

    Female

    V0511-77150......Kubota

    7246802..............Bobcat

    1901747004.......Takeuchi

    84390118............Case.......$55




    Male

    V0511-77140......Kubota

    7246799...............Bobcat

    1901747002.........Takeuchi


    I made this list a while back.
     
  5. Tags

    Tags Senior Member

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    Thanks for that Heymccall. Are they not rebuildable or are they just not worth the time to rebuild them?
     
  6. Txhayseed

    Txhayseed Well-Known Member

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    You can put new orings / back up rings as long as the body is good, slides and locks. Has not been beat on with a hammer, brick, hard hat, cave man style etc. Ill replace the orings if at all possible. But usually in my business the above mentioned has happened. Any hydraulic shop can get you the rings/back ups. Only takes a few minutes to change out.
     
  7. Txhayseed

    Txhayseed Well-Known Member

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    Also might add if you got the number off the coupler its probably a stucchi you can get the qds pretty cheap online. We started using some Chinese made couplers with pretty good success.