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How to Change the Oil on a Kubota Tractor.

Updated: Jul 1, 2020

How To Change the Oil

Keeping up with the maintenance of a farm tractor is essential if you want it to last for a long period of time. There are some maintenance routines that you need to perform on a regular basis to ensure long life and proper operation. One of the essential routines is changing the oil.

Kubota suggests that you change the oil on your Kubota tractor every 75 to 120 hours.

It is advised that you review the owner’s manual for exact service intervals. Doing due diligence and checking the owner’s manual for your Kubota tractor will also provide you with information on the part number of the replacement oil filter that you will need as well as the oil capacity of the engine that powers the tractor. If you don’t have an owner’s manual for your tractor, then visit the Kubota website and purchase one.

Preparing to Change the Oil

An oil change should take no more than 10-minutes and the cost of the filter and oil.

Tools & parts required:

  • A 19mm wrench or socket

  • Oil filter wrench

  • Replacement oil filter

  • 15W-40 replacement oil

  • Funnel

  • Large measuring cup

  • Catch basin for the old oil

  • Felt tip marker

The steps to change the oil of the tractor includes:

  • Draining the old oil

  • Removing the old oil filter

  • Installing a new oil filter

  • Adding new oil

Drop the Oil