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AllanC

10-19-2016 19:56:35
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I'm Puzzled. I have a Kubota M 126, 2009 model. It was running lousy on my usual fuel, I'll call it "A" so changed the filter, refilled with another suppliers fuel, Call it "B". It ran fine. Fuel got low, so added some fuel from A as out of B, now running rotten again. Fuel A works in all our other diesels. Mostly older Case. What gives? Does Kubota have super sensitive filters or ??

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Ken Macfarlane

03-29-2017 07:57:06
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Re: Kubota and fuel in reply to AllanC, 10-19-2016 19:56:35  
Common rail diesels require fine filters to protect the injection system and therefore can't take dirty fuel.

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AllanC

10-23-2016 22:00:27
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Re: Kubota and fuel in reply to AllanC, 10-19-2016 19:56:35  
Follow up: Found real problem: insect carcass in the 90 degree elbow in the fuel strainer - shutoff assem. However, I'm still curious about fuel differences. If anyone has ideas...

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