Everything You Need to Know About a Kubota MX5100

25-Iyn, 2020
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This Kubota MX5100 is due for 200 hr service so let's go over the tractor!
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Everything you need to know about owning and maintaining a Kubota MX5100 tractor.
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  • What's your opinion of the common rail direct injection on the newer models like the MX5200? I love my Kubota L4400 but wan to upgrade to one with a loader that can lift a ton (2000 pounds) as most fertilizer and other soil amendments are shipped by the ton. I was looking at early MX5200 models that only have EGR (which can easily be deleted) but don't know if I want a computer on a tractor. Looking at an older Kubota M5040 instead. Thoughts?

    PrimitivePeterPrimitivePeter25 kun oldin
  • My dad bought an 06 Kubota mx5000 brand new. Been an extremely good tractor. It's gear driven and will pull anything. The only big thing is when the it had like 60 something hours a friend buryed it in a swamp and the clutch stuck so it had to have a brand new clutch put in it.

    Chandler MilsteadChandler Milstead29 kun oldin
  • Hi

    Ryan BeyeaRyan BeyeaOy oldin
  • you don't have a Milwaukee power grease gun?

    Oliver BallOliver BallOy oldin
  • 6:25 I also use my tractor around the house.

    Oliver BallOliver BallOy oldin
  • I would love to have a little kubota Bx23s to putts around with.

    terryeffinpterryeffinpOy oldin
  • Nothing worse then Suit on your hood.

    Payne KillerPayne Killer2 oy oldin
  • for some reason i love seeing dirty filters. means its doing its job.

    MrLembnauMrLembnau2 oy oldin
  • Just pop her on her right side. Hydrostat oil saved. Lol

    Andrew SmithAndrew Smith2 oy oldin
  • You poured your oil upside down. Next time put the pour spout at the top and it can breathe while your pour.

    DavidDavid2 oy oldin
  • Our tractor has his 10.000 Work Hours Service soon

    Heroes & Generals ClipsHeroes & Generals Clips2 oy oldin
  • Hiya

    William T. MusilWilliam T. Musil2 oy oldin
  • "the perfect tractor for someone who has 4 to 20 aches" . . . (we have 7) I'll use this as a good excuse for my mom when the John Deere X350 she keeps leaving in the rain dies👌

    Chris BrownChris Brown2 oy oldin
  • Our L48 hydrostatic doesn't ever get hot. 4wheel drive or not. Even when over working the tractor on a hot day.

    Wayne S.Wayne S.2 oy oldin
  • Would be perfect for my parent's 5 acres in Arkansas

    Tomasz KliszTomasz Klisz3 oy oldin
  • A tip for when your pouring a whole jug of oil. Put a hole on the top size so when you pour it, it comes our smoother

    Mcauley man8Mcauley man83 oy oldin
  • I got almost the same tractor but I got it with a cab. Keep ya enclosed from the weather

    Mcauley man8Mcauley man83 oy oldin
    • Mcauley man8 Nice in the winter, very nice !!!

      Bill AdamsBill Adams2 oy oldin
  • @9:30 is that a "can't fix it fuck it shirt"

    twigglykevintwigglykevin3 oy oldin
  • Worst tractor we ever owned hydro pump leaked into the engine when it was in regen and ran away and shot out a rod and kubota wouldn’t warranty it out

    Fordgpw1942ocalaflFordgpw1942ocalafl3 oy oldin
    • Btw had 180 hrs on it

      Fordgpw1942ocalaflFordgpw1942ocalafl3 oy oldin
  • 3pt hitch is weak on mx5100, be carfull with loads and vibration. and mine is manual and my clutch is sticking at 300hrs !!!! its a good machine but there are bugs and kubota wont help you!!!

    M K2M K23 oy oldin
  • I learned to drive on my grandpa's Kubota.

    chad alcockchad alcock3 oy oldin
  • Hey I was wondering deutz allis motor f4912 will it fit in a l781 sick loader

    Justin BodeyJustin Bodey4 oy oldin
  • The hour meter are not right on those tractor they only work properly at the right RPM.

    Crusty82Crusty824 oy oldin
  • yes it actually has a real clutch. the hydrostat filte is after the charge pump so you only loose the oil in the galley. the hudaulic filter will dump all but about 3 quarts though. use the loader or jack on the frame to get the weight off the front axle to get the grease in where it needs to go.

    richard craniumrichard cranium4 oy oldin
  • Kubotas are solid tractors. We've ran several on the family farm. Only issue is that the bigger models are overpowered for what they weigh, and initially they're not cheap to purchase. Aside from that, it's hard to go wrong with one.

    Justin KeckhaverJustin Keckhaver4 oy oldin
  • Love my 5100 wish I had got hydrostat . Don't know how many engines i overhauled from people blowing out air filters and blowing holes right through them not on tactors but 18 wheelers. Not saying it's wrong just saying you got to know what your doing.

    Holt JohnsonHolt Johnson4 oy oldin
  • That’s a big tractor for 4 to 20 hours

    Tobias Aidan BarnesTobias Aidan Barnes4 oy oldin
  • Kinda glad that I saw this as we were looking at a case tractor an it is not cheap or really any better as far as I can see

    Morgan AdairMorgan Adair4 oy oldin
  • Love the video keep up with the great work

    christopher lindchristopher lind4 oy oldin
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    Val RigoliVal Rigoli4 oy oldin
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      DGHDDGHD4 oy oldin
  • You should use Amsoil products you can use it for two three times longer than normal average oil the amount of anyting you do best oil on the market far as I'm concerned

    Jerry GlascockJerry Glascock4 oy oldin
  • That mustang in the background looks beautiful.

    josh33025josh330254 oy oldin
  • You need a 18V Milwaukee grease gun. And turn the oil bottle 90 degrees over on it's wide side when pouring. This lets the air in so it won't glug and will pour faster.

    Michael AtkinMichael Atkin4 oy oldin
  • Love my L3000DT with LB402

    Sir Dirt LegSir Dirt Leg4 oy oldin
  • You’re a smart guy. One of the best teachers I’ve never had. If they were all like you, so many other’s would know and love mechanics. 💯 all props to u. Would love to meet u. I have so many ideas.

    Greg EverettGreg Everett4 oy oldin
  • We have one at the shop where I work at right now. It came in because some animal chewed up the wiring harness. They’re not too bad to work on

    Sal OSal O4 oy oldin
  • I need a Kubota . . . absolutely no use for it but still . . . 👌🏻😎

  • Rich what's with the mustang?

    Nathanial HoldridgeNathanial Holdridge5 oy oldin
    • Video will be up soon on the other channel

      DGHDDGHD5 oy oldin
  • I bought a hst 4600 a couple years ago that only had 160 hrs on it . So far I love it !! Parents have a gnarly steep dirt lane. Wanted something 4wd for in the winter

    GmJunky87GmJunky875 oy oldin
  • The kubota’s Ive worked on have a handy magnet in the hydraulic filters I usually save them they are a handy magnet good for putting in a reservoir to keep filings put

    Tf9500Tf95005 oy oldin
  • I love mine!

    Thomas and Kim CowiesonThomas and Kim Cowieson5 oy oldin
  • What's that Mustang doing in the back??? Cumstang soon?

    Cristian P.Cristian P.5 oy oldin
  • We have had for a year and have been very happy with our same platform MX5800 for our 28 acres. The emissions stuff might end up being a PITA but Kubota have made it pretty bulletproof and it hasn't given us any issues to this point. Nice to hear good things about a 200 hour machine.

    Scott HilandScott Hiland5 oy oldin
  • Have you ever used one of those cordless grease guns? I’ve always wondered if they are worth the money

    Augie CarlsonAugie Carlson5 oy oldin
    • 100% worth the money. I have 2 DeWalts and 1 Lincoln, I could never go back to a hand pump again especially if you grease a lot.

      boodoornboodoorn5 oy oldin
  • Using a blow gun on the air filter hmmmmm 🤔..... highly controversial (even though there's a safety secondary element)

    RipStartJimmyRipStartJimmy5 oy oldin
  • “Strong like bull” that cracked me up haha. Never thought I’d hear that outside of my house

    Jared GrassmanJared Grassman5 oy oldin
  • Hydrostatic drive tractors make for the best loader tractors!

    TorturedPeaceTorturedPeace5 oy oldin
  • We have one at my work, she just hit 2000 hours... desperately needs service

    Erik_with_kErik_with_k5 oy oldin
  • Emissions garbage. You are a man that I 100 percent agree with.

    Jesse HiebertJesse Hiebert5 oy oldin
  • Surprised you don’t have a Milwaukee battery grease gun. We have had one for 10+ years on our farm and has been great.

    Lucas TempusLucas Tempus5 oy oldin
  • I do not need to know anything about this tractor. I come here to watch sexy man talk about kelomators. 😉

    bentboybbzbentboybbz5 oy oldin
  • The front axel build, as I have witnessed...is pure crap. Good luck.

    mark mcgarymark mcgary5 oy oldin
  • The "clutch" is for the pto so you don't destroy the gears inside the transmission when engaging and disengaging

    Brandt HardmanBrandt Hardman5 oy oldin
  • Is it just me or does the music you’re playing during this video sounds like a firefly episode

    Don CampbellDon Campbell5 oy oldin
  • I believe that there’s a differential lock pedal/lever on this tractor. I used a Kubota tractor for about a month at a guy’s farm and I was very impressed. Think it was 65 horsepower. Nice, roomy operators station. Owner was Rich’s height but probably add a hundred or so pounds. So plenty of room for me. I’m only like 6’1” and 200 lbs.

    localcrewlocalcrew5 oy oldin
  • Watch the foot shuttle. Underneath the black plate on the hump next to the shuttle is a fork and bushing that operates the transmission foward/reverse pump. The bushing has a little clip on it that pops off on occasion, which will let the bushing walk out of the fork. Every now and then pop the plate off, check the clip and give it some grease on the fork and bushing. If it goes you'll have fill reverse but hardly any forward speed.

    The KikendallThe Kikendall5 oy oldin
  • really like the edits on this video

    The WALTERSThe WALTERS5 oy oldin
  • I just got a L4701. Its amazing what you can do.

    Matthew ErwinMatthew Erwin5 oy oldin
  • What kind of bush hog is that?

    Logan Lawrence FarmsLogan Lawrence Farms5 oy oldin
  • $200 on oil, filters, but another dollar on oil plug gasket/washer will break the bank. Nothing like strippin' threads from a worn out washer/gasket.

    Mrv VMrv V5 oy oldin
  • I'm doing the service on my L3830 tomorrow which is identical to this one. Kubota makes great straight forward tractors. Cheers!

    Sérgio FernandesSérgio Fernandes5 oy oldin
  • Got a L2501 very similar but smaller, a bit over 200 hours as well. Its awesome, no issues

    mark bmark b5 oy oldin
  • Saw someone comment to pour the oil with the spout on top which I hadn’t thought of. I’ve always poured with the jug sideways so air coming in doesn’t have to go through the oil, a lot easier to have a consistent pour without a “glug” spilling everywhere. Do this for antifreeze, washer fluid and oil when I just need a top up and don’t want to grab a funnel. Love the new channel!

    KernaleguenKernaleguen5 oy oldin
  • 4:47 rich I swear you don’t look 6,6’. Could have swore in another video you said you were 6,2’

    IndecisiveBlakeIndecisiveBlake5 oy oldin
    • Caught it as well. Didnt think 6'6"

      imatt65imatt655 oy oldin
  • Stab a hole in oil jug itl drain lot faster

    B BB B5 oy oldin
  • the oil spluges less if you pour with the bottle upside down , it sounds crazy but i find it pours faster to if you rotate the bottle 180 from how you were poring it so nozzle ontop of liquid

    MN SHPMN SHP5 oy oldin
  • Pays to check wheel bolt torque as well, more so with the rear two piece rims

    Dan StevensDan Stevens5 oy oldin
  • whats the story with the mustang?

    Dennis Copp IIDennis Copp II5 oy oldin
    • worst project ever put together and the most fun we've had in a while. Video's will be on the other channel

      DGHDDGHD5 oy oldin
  • We have one of these that cleans up around the hot plant....it runs everyday and I'm pretty sure its NEVER been serviced in 10 years....terrible....as for the bucket tilting slow double check the Q.C fittings on the loader arm...we had one that looked seated but was internally damaged so it restricted oil flow...that was a 7 hour road call bill from the dealer 🙄....dude must have had 17 pressure gauges hooked up to the machine...it looked impressive but I dont think he had a clue as to what he was looking at or for

    odd manerodd maner5 oy oldin
  • We've got a Kubota 4 series without the hydrostat. I'm not sure it's ever been serviced 😂

    Michael TaylorMichael Taylor5 oy oldin
    • The 4 series is bullet proof. We have 4 tractors, an L48 being the smallest. It is also the most dependable. Over the course of 10 years of daily use on a 56 acre farm, our L48 feels like the day we got it. Our john deere & our other two kubotas feel loose & they are loud now.

      Wayne S.Wayne S.2 oy oldin
  • I prefer a different orange: Allis Chalmers. Too bad parts are rarer than N95 face masks these days.

    George HauckGeorge Hauck5 oy oldin
  • Thanks for doing more Kubota stuff. I'm considering putting a V2403 with a bigger turbo on my Mazda B series. Either that or something light like a saturn ion.

    Bill SternBill Stern5 oy oldin
  • I am all for a compact tractor as long as it can lift a bale with the 3pt and preferably the loader also except I hate how narrow they make them. and it also has to be high enough to take hay!

    Sam klienSam klien5 oy oldin
  • May as well check the oil in the tiller while she's in the shop

    Jay SmithJay Smith5 oy oldin
  • I have 2000+ hrs on 4 different kubota tractor models from 25hp up to 70hp, love them! Super reliable and stout when you need them

    JuBlaineJuBlaine5 oy oldin
  • whens the next vid on the terragator ?

    xander leexander lee5 oy oldin
  • Heh Rich 👍 I know there are a lot of variables but how many hours would be equivalent to 160,000 kms in a car ?

    Brian DirouBrian Dirou5 oy oldin
  • I like the video. I haven’t worked on a tractor in years. The last one that I did work on was the old Case 400 that was on the neighbors farm. I welded up one of the 3 point arms on it. That tractor was 60 years old at that point but started up every time and ran a bush hog every summer. My neighbor taught me so much about wrenching growing up and now here I am 30 years in as a professional wrench, watching a video on working on a tractor choking back the tears thinking of all the memories on the farm.

    Rob and Malisa PetersRob and Malisa Peters5 oy oldin
  • Shop vac on the fill port while changing filters will keep you from losing fluid as well

    ricochet1490ricochet14905 oy oldin
  • Cool video on the ins and outs of changing oils on a small tractor. It's really curious/ridiculous why engineers can't make a tractor that one can change oil without having to spill it everywhere. I have an LS tractor. XU6158 C to be exact. Over 100 hrs and no problems. Its New Holland blue. LS makes small New Holland tractors, or used to anyhow. Great tractors that come with 2 aux hydraulics standard for a LOT LESS money than a Kabota. FYI.

    G SG S5 oy oldin
  • Kubota tech here. That filter on the side with the step will sometimes leak so it’s best to chisel is a little further once you get it on. There’s spots on the filter for a chisel. When taking off the factory one you have to chisel it off because it’s so tight, so if it’s your first filter change grab a hammer and chisel and it’ll come off. Also with L,M,H if it doesn’t want to go into gear from neutral let the clutch out and rock the hydrostat pedal a little and it should slide right in. These older ones with no emissions are great. Should get plenty of life out of it. Also in regards to the pins on the loader grease them every 10 hours, it even says it on the loader lol

    Hunt GuyHunt Guy5 oy oldin
  • Someone probably already commented this but that tractor does have a normal clutch in it

    Joey FastiJoey Fasti5 oy oldin
  • A lil beauty.

    ginggur17ginggur175 oy oldin
  • Really love this type of video

    Sam I AmSam I Am5 oy oldin
  • No tire shine?

    Michael VannMichael Vann5 oy oldin
  • I love Rich's videos. When I see a new video, I get excited.

    Camper9775Camper97755 oy oldin
  • Man you gotta have Milwaukee send you a grease gun 😂

    Hank RennerHank Renner5 oy oldin
    • I was thinking the same thing! Pumping by hand sucks once you have a battery operated one.

      Mitchell HeyinkMitchell Heyink5 oy oldin
  • I'm really liking this HD channel, i love both channels but having 2 really separates what i'd expect but i love them both. The nitty gritty day to day work and interesting equipment here and then custom and cool rides and fixing things up on the main channel. Overall really good stuff, thanks for putting all of these videos out!

    Bailey HatfieldBailey Hatfield5 oy oldin
  • That Kubota motor oil came in the same jug as Mobil Delvac 1300. Coincidence?

    OM617YOTAOM617YOTA5 oy oldin
  • 200 bucks Canadian is 100 bucks real money😂

    Angry sw fan Jeff BledsoeAngry sw fan Jeff Bledsoe5 oy oldin
  • You won't lose much fluid when changing the HST filter, only whats in the filter. The suction filter however runs off the sump. That tractor does have a dry clutch still. New air filters are cheaper than a new engine, replace it.

    Kevin SKevin S5 oy oldin
  • Awww baby turbo

    chad harmonchad harmon5 oy oldin
  • So when are you getting an automatic grease gun?

    StrfyStrfy5 oy oldin
    • Weve had a 12 volt Milwaukee on the farm for a few years, it's nice, but I had to do custom work on a different farm for a good 3 weeks, guy there had an 18 volt dewalt, thing is a beast, so it prompted me to get an 18 volt milwaukee for myself, that thing just plain kicks ass, the lock and lube is a necessity with it

      MatthewMatthew5 oy oldin
  • F yeah Kubota, got heaps of kubotas at work, awesome tractors. JUST BUY ONE

    Turtle's FabricationTurtle's Fabrication5 oy oldin
  • I'm a little surprised you dont have a Milwaukee electric grease gun, super handy

    Jake ToppJake Topp5 oy oldin
  • when I did work experience at a Kabota shop I put one of these together from new. I'd recommend checking the bolts are tight on the roll bar, loader and 3 point linkage, quite often they are difficult to get on correctly

    NativeNative5 oy oldin
  • Why only grease every 200 hours my grandpas always said to grease every 8 hours or once a day on his backhoe

    operatorowenoperatorowen5 oy oldin
  • Such a beautiful Orange

    Antonio Claudio MichaelAntonio Claudio Michael5 oy oldin
  • Looks like you can use the m18 grease gun or even the m12 grease gun rich @DGHD

    Antonio Claudio MichaelAntonio Claudio Michael5 oy oldin
  • Good old blow Nozzle on a compressor to clean filters works everytime rich @DGHD

    Antonio Claudio MichaelAntonio Claudio Michael5 oy oldin