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Hello all,
I have 89' Cat 30 with a m25xp. I have a leak around one of the injectors that is very annoying. I will first try to tighten it, but you need to take all off just to get a wrench on it. A tubing wrench wont work. Anyway, if that doesn;t work I"ll try to replace the gasket. I went to the Kubota web site to look for parts but there is no info about a D950 engine. Does anyone know another number for the D950 engine that Kubota uses.
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