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Kubota D950 Cylinder liner replacement

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Old 05-08-2019, 04:53:32 PM
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Question Kubota D950 Cylinder liner replacement

Hey everyone, Im new on here and I have a Kubota D950 I need to replace the cylinder liners on. I have done some research on how to pull them out, im trying to pull them my self on a budget and I would like to avoid taking the block to a shop to have it done. With out buying a liner puller which is expensive from what I have found. Does anyone know of a way to pull them out with out potentially damaging the block in the process?

Any help or advice would be greatly apricated!

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Default Re: Kubota D950 Cylinder liner replacement

Have you priced this job in its entirety?

I have been told, and my limited research backs up, it is usually about the same to buy the box of parts to rebuild one of these, as a whole service new replacement engine.
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Default Re: Kubota D950 Cylinder liner replacement

On a dry sleeve you can weld a bead down the bore and it will shrink the liner.
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