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Re: Mustang 1200 many questions. 10/12/2014 3:02:24 PM   (Total replies: 1)

If the old fluid was red, i'd assume it was ATF too.... If it runs clutches, i would assume that you would need ATF and not standard oil.

As for the manual, we would ba happy to grab a copy of the manual(s) if you get hold of one.


Re: Want to buy a t180 or t190 10/21/2014 2:40:44 PM   (Total replies: 1)
You can change them without dumping all the fluid. Some will leak out, but the hoses are small so it will go slowly.

Re: Mustang 1200 many questions. 10/16/2014 8:15:50 PM   (Total replies: 1)
Glad you now know the correct fluid to use, expensive but better that than damage.

Re: 751 peugeot XUD9 to Kubota V2203 conversion 10/28/2014 8:33:52 PM   (Total replies: 1)
The motor housing has one spot for an engine mount, i think there was a bracket that mounted to the front of the engine to mount to the other side, don't quote me on that though....

Re: 751 peugeot XUD9 to Kubota V2203 conversion 10/23/2014 8:36:41 PM   (Total replies: 1)

Personally i'd remove the end pumps and wear plates, rotate the middle section and replace the wear plates and pumps.

While you are in there, check the plates for wear, if you can feel marks with your finger nail, replace them or get a sheet of glass and wet and dry and sand them out. Any little marks here reduce your drive power.

That sounds about right to me too, fly wheel, bell housing, air filter may be needed and a wiring harness if you decide to go all out.

I ...


Re: BobTach cylinder 7/15/2014 7:07:51 PM   (Total replies: 1)

Ahh, got ya.

Sorry, i have never had a machine with a power bobtach, so i can't give you specs. I'd be interested to know if you find out though.


Re: t190 hydraulic failure 10/9/2014 6:07:30 PM   (Total replies: 1)

6,000 PSI is just insane. The hoses aren't rated for that, i feel sorry for that poor machine, the suffering it must have had to put up with.

Agreed, if it ain't leaking or isn't leaking enough to be an issue, leave it be. I have spent days trying to fix a chaincase leak on a 743. I never did get it totally fixed, i just let it go as it was, just a drop here and there but some times you need to know when to walk away.


Re: 751 peugeot XUD9 to Kubota V2203 conversion 10/22/2014 3:15:16 PM   (Total replies: 1)

You will also need a new bell housing i believe, the pug one is on the wrong side, and i don't believe it is as simple as flipping it over as the belt tensioner runs on this housing too.

I'm a little concerned about the engine rotation, check that it will still rotate the same direction if the pump was around the other way.

The pump changes are confussing me a little too. I'm looking at a picture of a pump and you will need to change more than just the centre piece that the ...


Re: Mustang 1200 many questions. 10/9/2014 5:40:06 PM   (Total replies: 1)

Even though we didn't have answers for you, it is appreciated that you took the time to pass on what you found out.

I'd like to think that standard engine oil would do the job, but i simply don't know for sure. If it is a clutch drive, it needs the ATF, but if it is hydraulic/hydrostatic i see no reason why engine oil/hydraulic oil wouldn't work as long as they were thick enough. The pumps were designed to pump hydraulic oil, so i see no reason why you can't use the same.


Re: BobTach cylinder 7/9/2014 2:31:43 PM   (Total replies: 0)
Are you talking power bobtach or the tilt cylinder?

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