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Beta 25 Maintenance Parts

I re-powered with a Beta 25 for this season. This engine is based on a Kubota Model D902-ET01. When I do a search on the internet for the Kubota parts for this engine I don't get any good results. Kubota parts are cheaper than Beta Marine. Right now I am interested in getting oil filter, fuel filter, maintenance parts kit and maybe a Kubota service manual, and in the future who knows. Any help with my search is appreciated.
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Re: Beta 25 Maintenance Parts

I believe that you will need to find a Kubota tractor model # that uses the d902 engine block.
Armed with the tractor model # you should be able to buy injectors, glow plugs etc. directly from Kubota.
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Re: Beta 25 Maintenance Parts

Beta has the cross reference numbers right on their site? The site list tow models, anyway see here:

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Re: Beta 25 Maintenance Parts

We have a new Beta (as of last year). The manuals are online. I ordered a bucketload of spare parts from the Beta dealer in North Carolina. They don't have online ordering but I called the toll free number, gave him my list with part numbers and credit card and received them within two days.

Very easy and the man I dealt with was very personable.
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Thanks for everyone's help. So far I found a service manual for tractor engine externals. That manual did not delve into hard parts. The Beta cross reference was a good start.
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Re: Beta 25 Maintenance Parts

Do you have an older model for which Beta no long sells parts? I'm trying to understand the problem that you're having getting parts.
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Re powered with new Beta installed this year.
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Re: Beta 25 Maintenance Parts

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Re powered with new Beta installed this year.
OK. As did we. But the parts are readily available from Beta. It seems like you're making it harder than it really is to get parts.
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