Kubota front bucket hydraulic cylinder

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Kubota manufactures tractors, mowers and light to medium-duty construction equipment. Several of their vehicles have moving parts, such as scoops or buckets. The driver operates these hydraulic components, but the actual movement and power is ultimately created by hydraulic cylinders. Kubota hydraulic cylinders operate like any other hydraulic cylinders. They have the same parts, so they can be rebuilt in the same way. To make the rebuilding process easier, reseal kits are available that contain every internal seal that needs to be replaced to rebuild a Kubota hydraulic cylinder.


Unscrew any caps or plugs from the cylinder's fluid ports and drain all the hydraulic fluid from the cylinder.

Clamp the cylinder in a bench vise and extend the piston rod fully. Unscrew the head, or gland from the rod end of the cylinder. You will probably need to use a gland wrench to do this.

Remove the piston rod from the rest of the cylinder by pulling it straight out of the barrel.

Clamp the piston rod in carefully in a vise. You should use a vise with soft jaws that won't damage the polished surface of the piston rod. Unscrew the nut holding the piston to the rest of the rod assembly, then slide the piston, the head and any other parts off of the cylinder rod

Remove all the seals from the piston, head and other parts with a seal removal tool. Then clean them with a safe, petroleum-based solvent, and inspect them for gouges and scratches. Replace any heavily damaged parts.


Install new seals from the cylinder reseal kit on every component that was originally sealed.

Slide the gland, piston and any other applicable parts back onto the piston rod in their original configurations. Tighten the piston nut to its manufacturer-specified torque with a calibrated torque wrench.

Slide the piston rod assembly back into the cylinder barrel. Tighten the gland nut onto the cylinder barrel.

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Loader hydraulic cylinders, as the name indicates, are ideal for a wide range of front end loader applications. These cylinders are designed to be a direct replacement for a variety of front end loader brands such as John Deere, Kubota, Massey Ferguson, and others. Our loader cylinders are heavy-duty and manufactured from premium quality steel and hard chrome materials to give outstanding performance and durability.
These products enable the efficient working of hydraulic equipment even under the harshest conditions. You can find loader hydraulic cylinders in a range of sizes, including the following:

1.75″ bore x 14″ stroke loader hydraulic cylinder
1.75″ bore x 18″ stroke loader hydraulic cylinder
2″ bore x 19.25″ stroke loader hydraulic cylinder
2″ bore x 19.75″ stroke loader hydraulic cylinder
2″ bore x 22.75″ stroke loader hydraulic cylinder
2.5″ bore x 18.25″ stroke loader hydraulic cylinder
2.5″ bore x 23.5″ stroke loader hydraulic cylinder

At Magister Hydraulics, we have top-notch hydraulic products, parts, and accessories from the recognized European manufacturers. All our products are made according to American standards and give the best value for your money. We also provide a 2-year warranty and free shipping with special discounts on bulk orders. If you need expert help to select the required loader hydraulic cylinder or replacement parts, you can give us a call at 973-344-5313.

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Smokeybee said:

I narrowed down my issue with the loader to the hydraulic cylinder, which is leaking internally.

I have a BX25D with a LA240A front end loader. The cylinder that I need is the double action cylinder which curls and uncurls the bucket, Kubota's part number is 7J612-64013.

I have searched far and wide and cannot find one the right size to replace it. Kubota is very proud of theirs at $450 and the aftermarket ones that are close to the right size are in the $200 range.

Has anyone found a replacement part for this or know of a source or a cross-reference part number list? I can't find one anywhere...


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Check different hydraulic repair shops.

I had both my tilt cylinders on my B2910 loader rebuilt this summer for $100 each out the door. The kubota seal kit would have cost about half of that delivered.

Take the cylinder in and let them look at it. They may be thinking it is something off a larger machine, do not know. When they saw my cylinders the original quote price (over the phone) was almost double what it ended up when they saw what they were dealing with. My replacement cost would have been about $600 each from Kubota.


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Kubota Hydraulic Cylinder Rebuild

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