WHAT WE NEED TO QUOTE YOUR KUBOTA REPLACEMENT ENGINE
four numbers are needed to quote your kubota engine
In order to quote your Kubota engine, we need four numbers to properly ID your engine.
You will need to locate two tags, one on your engine, one on your piece of equipment.
Locate this tag on or near your engine block
This sticker/tag shows your engine model number AND your engine serial number. This is the best tag for you to locate, it will give you all of the information about your engine. If this tag is missing you can locate this information engraved in the block. (see below)
This tag shows your model #, but not your engine serial number
This is the EPA tag and shows your complete engine model. This tag does not have your engine serial number on it.
Kubota machine tag that shows model and serial number of your equipment
Locate your machine tag and find the model number of your piece of equipment as well as your machine serial number.
engine serial number engraved on the block
If your tag is missing you can locate your engine serial number engraved on the block. Use the diagrams below for the approximate placement. This image is an example of what you should be looking for.
find your engine number stamped on the block
If your engine tag is missing you can also find your engine serial number stamped on the block. The diagrams belows will show you different locations for your engine number.
If all of your tags are missing, you must locate your engine serial number engraved into the block of your engine. Here is a diagram of potential locations of your engine serial number based on your Kubota engine series number.
WHY WE NEED YOUR ENGINE SERIAL NUMBER
If you have a piece of equipment that needs a new engine the first thing you should do is locate the engine model number and engine serial number. Usually, this information is found on the engine data plate, which can be found on top of the valve cover. Engine serial numbers are also stamped on the engine block .