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My Universal 5416 is which kubota engine??

D -750? I know there was a post about them awhile back. And which Kubota tractor dealer helped?

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I believe its actually a Kubota Z751, the same as a Universal M20..
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In 1976 the first Universal diesel was introduced. Designated the Model 5416, it was a 45 cu in, 16 hp, 2 cylinder, fresh-water-cooled engine producing 16 hp @ ? rpm (intermittent), based on the Kubota Z-751 block and fitted with a Hurth HBW-50 marine transmission. It was built from 1976 to 1982. Approximately 1,000 were sold.

In 1982 the Model 5416 was replaced by the Model M20, a 45 cu in, 16 hp, 2 cylinder, fresh-water-cooled, based on the Kubota Z-751 block and fitted with a Hurth HBW-50 marine transmission. It was built in 1982 and 1983. Approximately 230 were sold.

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Ok got all that, thank you! Now the quest is to find a tractor engine parts dealer. I'm looking for the water pump. (not raw water) it weeps a drop or two of anti freeze/water when sitting for days on end. I suppose it's rebuild-able. a seal and bearing and impeller is all it has.

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Success! the Kubota L185 Tractor had the z751 engine! the water pump is $91! ($450 at the marine dealers) Kubota L185 Cooling tractor parts

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Denise,

I use TractorSmart.com is your online source for Kubota online parts.

Rodney is a great guy and very helpful...
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Eight bucks for a glow plug??? omg! and they are in PA not to far from me!

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The boat I'm restoring has a Kubota 3 cylinder diesel in it that hasn't started in over 18 years. I don't know the model yet but can bet it needs a rebuild.

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Amazing! for my engine. the guys name is Ronnie, btw

current Part Num Quantity Desp Price Each Ext Price
15221-65510 2 GLOW PLUG 7.55 $15.10
15321-73032 1 PUMP, WATER ASSY 114.65 $114.65
15439-73430 1 GASKET, WATER PUMP 1.90 $1.90
70000-65208 2 INJECTOR, FUEL ASSY 63.72 $127.44

The rebuild parts are just slightly over $1,000 How's that compare to a new Yanmar?

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That's nice to know for my customer's sake...

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