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Kubota BX Tractors, GR Ride-On Mowers and ZD, ZG Zero Turn Mowers

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The Hazard

Under some conditions such as overheating and if the bonnet is opened, pressure inside the radiator reservoir can build up which may cause the coolant reserve tank cap to come off and hot coolant to spray out. The hot coolant could injure the operator or bystanders.

What to do

Replacement coolant reserve tank caps will be sent directly to consumers (free of charge) as parts become available, along with instructions for installation. If customers cannot wait until the replacement coolant reserve tank cap is mailed to them, they can take their existing coolant reserve tank cap to their Kubota dealer, to inspect and repair (if necessary). Your local Kubota dealer can drill out the breather hole if needed.

Product Identifiers

Affected models
BX series compact tractors - 1870, 2370, 2670, 1880, 2380, 2680, 23TLB, 25TLB
GR ride-on mowers - 1600, 2120
ZD zero turn mowers - 221, 331, 336, 1011, 1211, 1221
ZG zero turn mowers - 332

Supplier Contact

CB Norwood Distributors Limited
06 351 2793 Visit their site
Address

888 Tremaine Avenue, Palmerston North

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