Kubota B7100


The Kubota B7100 compact tractor left the production lines for 9 years, from 1976 to its completion in 1985. During this time, all the production of the tractor took place in Japan. The tractor is propelled by a Diesel D750-A engine designed and manufactured by Kubota. This 3-cylinder engine is liquid cooled through a cooling system that needs 4. 6 liters of refrigerant to fill it completely since it is dry. The 0. 8 liter engine is started with a 12 volt battery and preheats through an incandescent spark plug system. The maximum engine power is 16 hp.

There are 3 variants of the Kubota B7100. The first is the Kubota B7100E. Use a 4 × 2wd chassis to support the tractor. The Kubota 7100D uses a 4 × 2 MFWD 4WD chassis to support the tractor, while the Kubota B7100HST variant is different, since it uses a hydrostatic transmission box. The maximum speed that the tractor can reach when it does not use a hydrostatic transmission, but the no n-synchronized standard transmission is 8. 3 mph when it moves forward. Upon going back, the maximum speed of the tractor is only 6. 4 km/h.

The open hydraulic system of the Kubota B7100 requires 13. 6 liters of hydraulic fluid to maintain optimal functioning, while the fuel tank has capacity for a maximum of 12. 9 liters of diesel. The B7100 has a hitch of 3 points of category 1 with a rear elevation capacity of 469 kg. The vehicle has an open operator position with a ROPS (antivuelco bar) without the cabin option. The tractor measures 2 m long and 1. 01 m wide. It has a wheelbase of 1. 25 m and weighs 489 kg.

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