2007 kubota l3400

2007 kubota l3400 DEFAULT

Kubota L3400The Kubota L3400 is a 2WD (L3400F) or 4WD (L3400DT and L3400HST) compact utility tractor from the L series. This tractor was manufactured by the Kubota from 2004 to 2010.

The Kubota L3400 was equipped with one of two engines: a 1.6 L three-cylinder diesel engine from 2004 to 2007 and a 1.8 L three-cylinder diesel engine from 2008 to 2010. The Kubota L3400 used a constant mesh transmission with 8 forward and 4 reverse gears of a hydrostatic transmission with infinite (3-range) forward and reverse.

The Kubota L3400 is equipped with power steering, wet disc type brakes, open operator station with two-post ROPS and 34.0 liters (9.0 US gal.; 7.5 Imp. gal) fuel tank.

Following attachments are available for the Kubota L3400 compact utility tractor:

General SpecificationsModelKubota L3400Length2WD: 2,810 mm (110.6 in)
4WD: 2,705 mm (106.5 in) Width1,305 mm (51.4 in)Height2,160 mm (85 in)Wheel base1,610 mm (63.4 in)WeightL3400F: 1,090 kg (2,403 lbs)
L3400DT: 1,170 kg (2,580 lbs)
L3400HST: 1,180 kg (2,600 lbs) Fuel tank capacity34.0 liters (9 US gal.; 7.5 Imp. gal)Battery12V, CCA: 490ACabin typeOpen operator station with two-post ROPSEngine (2004-2007)Engine modelKubota D1703Engine typeFour-stroke, liquid-cooled, inlineCylinders3Fuel typeDieselDisplacement1.6 L, 1,647 cm2, (100.5 cu·in)Bore and stroke87.0 mm X 92.4 mm (3.43 in X 3.64 in)Horsepower35.2 PS (25.9 kW; 34.7 HP)Torque108.3 N·m (11 kg·m, 79.8 ft·lb)StarterElectricOil capacity:5.7 L (6 US. qt, 5 Imp. qt.) Coolant capacity:6.0 L (6.3 US. qt, 5.3 Imp. qt.) Engine (2008-2010)Engine modelKubota XtraPowerEngine typeFour-stroke, liquid-cooled, inlineCylinders3Fuel typeDieselDisplacement1.8 L, 1,825 cm2, (111.4 cu·in)Bore and stroke86.0 mm X 102.0 mm (3.39 in X 4.02 in)Horsepower36.2 PS (26.6 kW; 35.7 HP) at 2,700 rpmStarterElectricOil capacity:5.7 L (6 US. qt, 5 Imp. qt.) Coolant capacity:6.0 L (6.3 US. qt, 5.3 Imp. qt.)
Transmission and chassisChassis4×2 2WD or 4×4 MFWD 4WDSteering typePowerBrakesWet disc typeDifferential lockRear standardTransmission modelTransmission typeConstant meshGears8 forward and 4 reverseSpeedForward: 21.2 kmh (13.2 mph) Reverse: 7.6 (4.7 mph) Transmission oil capacity27.6 L (7.3 US. gal, 6.1 Imp. gal.) Transmission modelTransmission typeHydrostaticGearsInfinite (3-range) forward and reverseSpeedForward: 22.7 kmh (14.1 mph) Reverse: 20.4 (12.7 mph) Transmission oil capacity27.6 L (7.3 US. gal, 6.1 Imp. gal.) TiresFront tiresAg: 5-15 (2WD), 7-16 (4WD)
Lawn/turf: 23×8.50-12 (2WD), 25×8.50-14 (4WD)
Industrial: 27×8.50-15 Rear tiresAg: 11.2-24
Lawn/turf: 13.6-16
Industrial: 15-19.5R4
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Kubota L3400 Reviews

Kubota L 3400 HST

rating
4.20
Posted 02/25/2019
by Joel E. Courtial

"Repair history: After 150 hours it split the suction hydraulic hose ($34 at the Kubota dealer). The hose was a weird shape about 10 inches long to the right of the transmission pedal. That was an easy fix. The only other problem is a stuck fuel gauge (300 hours). I am trying to diagnose it. It could be the fuel sending unit buried inside the fuel tank."

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Kubota L3400 Manual Transmission

rating
5.00
Posted 05/20/2015
by Rick Moskovits

"This is a fantastic unit. It plows snow, puts in fence posts, bushhogs, pulls logs with my Farmi 351P woods winch, and sips diesel fuel It is the most fuel efficient engine on any tractor I have operated. The original battery lasted seve years! My only complaint is that the paint on the loader( LA463, made in Sweden) has faded while the paint on hood and fenders has stood up pretty well, considering that its parked outside most of the time In a nut shell, there has never been any other piece of equipment, including any truck/car that I have owned in my 59 years, that has matched the quality and value of this L3400. "

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Kubota L3400

rating
4.60
Posted 04/22/2015
by Johnrov

"I have had the tractor since it was new and it has been a great little tractor for the period that I've had it. It is very economical to run. The spare parts, if you are buying them from the dealership, are expensive. I paid $70.75 for just the hydraulic filter, and now I buy from some where else. The gears are the only thing that grinds on the odd occasion even with the clutch in. Very happy with it."

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My Kubota L3400 HST

rating
4.20
Posted 11/10/2014
by Jim Bourque

"I shopped online and priced many brands of tractors. For the money it's hard to beat Kubota. I purchased it with a front loader and the backhoe attachment, as well as a brush hog and a sickle bar mower and a post hole auger. Had only one small issue the 1st year. I pin holding the front end loader in place worked it way loose. Luckily I saw it before any damage was done. The tractor is a pretty good workhorse. I have 38 acres that had not been very well maintained before I bought it. Lot of it on hillside covered with trees. Bought a rear blade and cut a road up the side of the hill, harvested a lot of firewood. Put in many hundreds of feet drainage ditches with the backhoe. it's 7 years old now, and I have had to work on the hydraulics, replace a couple of hoses. The fuel pump has started to leak, so that's on the get it fixed list. In 7 years I don't consider it abnormal if the equipment is used much at all."

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Kubota L3400

rating
5.00
Posted 11/08/2014
by steve holden

"great tractor! only 30 hp but with 4 wheel drive it has done everything a larger machine can do. Front end loader is 5ft wide. It can move some dirt but only a small amount at a time. But hey, if you have the time.... It doesn't have the fancy transmission, so you need to stop to shift gears or it grinds gears, but I don't have to use the fancy [expensive] Hydrolic oil. I am very happy with my little tractor."

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Gears Locking

rating
4.40
Posted 08/15/2014
by macotac

"Good tractor, but had problems early on with the seat and shifter safety switches. Now having problems with the range selector locking up. Factory tech rep could not help,and claimed he knew of no problems."

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New to Me 2005 L3400 with LA463 Loader

rating
4.00
Posted 05/08/2014
by Hai

"I have had this tractor for about a month and am still learning to operate it. So far everything works fine. All the filters were changed 20 hours ago by the previous owner. I assumed that all fluids were too."

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L-3400 Kubota HST

rating
4.60
Posted 03/08/2014
by Lumberman

"I have owned the tractor for 5 years, and except for a PTO shift cable breaking, have had no problems. Tough little tractor."

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Does What It Says On the Box

rating
4.60
Posted 02/04/2014
by Toy Collector

"Don't get me wrong. I love this tractor. Stepping up from a Ferguson TEA20, it's just so much nicer having all the mod cons like breaks and steering. The reason I've being delaying writing this review is I'm not sure what to write. I've had the tractor over 6 months now, and used all my implements with it, and had no issues at all. So I've nothing to complain about, but also nothing to report. I guess I could say that it's completed every task I've thrown at it so far without a sweat. A few notes: - The bonnet grill and side vents have holes that are reasonably large. When you're slashing, or stirring up dust, the grass seeds and crap goes straight through those holes and into the radiator guard screen, which clogs up pretty rapidly. Two hours of slashing in long dry grass and you'll be watching the temperature gauge climb quickly. I think I'll silicone some wire fly screen on the inside of the engine bay there to reduce the effective size of those holes in the longer term - Needs a few extra things.. like a 12V outlet on the back. Synchro on the box would be nice too. In Australia you have to part with big money to get a decent tractor, so I was a bit surprised it doesn't have a synchro box. - The 4WD is fantastic.. I would never buy a 2WD tractor again - Same goes for the power steering and tight turning circle. You need a crazy tight turning circle when you have a loader hanging off the front. - I've used it with a 6' grader blade, 4' slasher, 6" auger, PTO chipper, and a ripper/pipe layer. Always works a charm and runs the slasher really well."

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Kubota L3400 DT HST

rating
5.00
Posted 01/13/2014
by David Leddy

"Good compact tractor. About 35 HP. I'm pretty hard on it and other than getting stuck in mud and snow (operator error) it hasn't let me down. Loaded R4 tires are a blessing and a curse."

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Good Quality but Several Design Issues

rating
3.60
Posted 11/28/2013
by George Coupar

"The tractor is very well built but there are several poorly designed/considered things especially when it comes to servicing: - Kubota doesn't seem to own up to design mistakes so no solutions available. - Manuals are not available online. - The light switches get easily knocked by knees. - The 3 point hitch mechanisms need a wrench to adjust. - The front loader protection bars are right in front of the lights. - Changing gears often crunches, even with everything stopped. - Front loader is jerky. - Inadequate wheel spacing for chains. Multiple calls and negative answers before I found Kubota spacers are available but poorly documented and kitted. - Front tie rod boots are easily damaged and difficult to replace. - Engine block cannot be emptied of antifreeze for replacing.Clutch cannot be adjusted per Kubota requirements with front loader installed. All recommended lubricants are Kubota only."

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Kubota L 3400, FEL LA463

rating
5.00
Posted 11/19/2013
by Ivan Foster

"I bought this tractor new in 2004 to replace a well used Ford 2000. There is no comparison between the two tractors. The technology has advanced so much since the Ford 2000 was a new tractor. The Kubota is a 4x4, and is used for general maintenance on our fifty acre property. The tractor is excellent in the bush, in my opinion . It has pulled anything I have hooked it to. I use it for clearing snow, and have a 3 pt. hitch rototiller, a Bushog, and a few other attachments. The FEL is well worth the money. My previous "FEL" was a wheelbarrow. I would never buy another tractor without a FEL. I have dubbed mine, "Ivan's wheelbarrow"..LOL Mine is not a farming operation so the tractor has low hours. I maintain it myself according to the schedules set out by Kubota. I would buy a new Kubota in a heartbeat!"

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Couldn't Be More Pleased

rating
5.00
Posted 11/15/2013
by DAN IPSON

"Bought this Kubota new after looking at Ford and John Deere. I probably would have bought a Ford, or John Deere, but the customer service at both local dealerships was terrible. I recently sold my Ford tractor which performed well for me but needed more horsepower. My new Kubota has met all of my expectations and has of now, never been back to the dealership. I perform all of the maintenance myself. I would highly recommend a Kubota.I also have a 2004 Kubota RTV900 3 cyl diesel utv & also highly recommend this product."

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L340 Kubota

rating
5.00
Posted 11/15/2013
by David Farrell

"After reading many items on the internet and talking with owners of small tractors, we finally bought a new L 3400 4x4 Kubota with loader at Cheyenne, Wyoming Kubota. We wanted a tractor that could be moved between Iowa and Colorado as we live in each state about 6 months of the year. Also bought a on Craigslist, a used 20 foot tile bed double axle 14,000 GVW trailer to haul the tractor. After two years and 200 hours of operation, my conclusion are as follows: Don't buy used. For the price, financing, and warranty, new is a much better investment. Buy the biggest tractor you can afford and move around on your property. Warranty and the dealer are very important. Cheyenne Kutoba has given me EXCELLENT service and advice. Plan on spending some money on attachments, if not now then later. Stay away from brands that are not made by a major company, especially if the tractor is made in China. I have neighbors in Colorado with tractors made by Ford, John Deere, and two that are identical by have different brand names from China. The tractors made in China seem to need constant repair and parts are hard get. The John Deere has a plastic hood that cracked after two weeks of use and the dealer refused to do anything about it. The Ford and Kubota work hard and haven't required any repair. The hydro drive is worth the money and allows my wife and granddaughters to drive the tractor with only a few minutes of instruction. Would I buy another Kubota? Yes. Have I had any problems with the tractor? No. We pull logs, move dirt and rocks, and plow lots of snow. The tractor has exceed my expectations and I'm fussy."

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Built Like the Brick "S" House

rating
4.60
Posted 11/14/2013
by Mark Granger

"My L3400 HST just keeps amazing me---very reliable. It's only 34 HP with 28.5 at the PTO but it has yet to disappoint me. I did have a Top and Tilt kit added and that is one thing I would recommend on ever tractor. The one feature I wish it did have...maybe a slightly wider and taller seat. I added canopy light bar and a power outlet for a radio or heated seat pad, which is nice when snow blowing! I would buy another Kubota. I looked at JD, very hard but the sheer strength of the components (axles, load points) just made me feel that the Kubota would last longer."

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Compared to JD Compact

rating
4.80
Posted 11/14/2013
by Dan

"I went to a dealership that sold JD and Kubota compact tractors to test drive both. The Kubota L3400 looked and felt much more solid than the JD. I don't use my more than about 20 hrs/yr but it does everything I want and need. The only exception is that the 3PH movement is jerky which I knew ahead of time from reading reviews on TractorByNet. Otherwise, I'm happy with the performance and value."

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I Love My Kubota

rating
5.00
Posted 11/14/2013
by Leslie Black

"My 1st and only tractor, had zero experience. HST transmission with a loader and backhoe. Easy to learn and the tractor handled me brutalizing it until I got the swing of things. Have taken out several hundred stumps now. Bent the bucket cylinder rod and replaced it my self as well as a couple of hydraulic lines I snagged on stuff. Easy to work on with plenty of internet information out there to help you."

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Less Reliable Than Expected but Excellent Factory Support

rating
4.00
Posted 11/14/2013
by Dean

"My Kubota was purchased with about 100 hours on it on Ebay. I think the seller was afraid of it because the FEL will lift enough that the tractor is unstable with the bucket full of sand unless the rear tires are filled, I used sugar beet pulp to fill the rear tires and it made it a different tractor. At about 180 hours a freeze plug rusted through and the anti-freeze seeped out. My dealer made repairs and although the warranty has run out Kubota covered all costs. I looked at the plug and it appears there was just a defect in the metal, a small pin hole developed. I couldn't detect the coolant loss as it was not making a puddle when parked as it would only leak with some pressure in the system. Luckily I caught the temp going up and didn't destroy the engine. My only other issue is the front wheel rims have rusted inside and I had to put tubes in to hold air as the bead would not fully seal."

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I Like It!

rating
4.60
Posted 11/14/2013
by Stephen

"Best tractor I've ever owned....only tractor I've ever owned. It's been reliable and works great! I wish it was a little more powerful and they don't have a quick connect conversion for the bucket. I still love it!"

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L3400 (2009)

rating
4.80
Posted 11/14/2013
by Steve

"Bought my L3400 September 2009. It has the front bucket which I find to be as valuable as the 3-point attachment. So far this tractor does most everything I need done to maintain 53 acres of woods, crop fields and pond. It has held up well given the abuse I put it through, and it is easy to maintain. The only regrets are minor. The tool box could have been larger, and I should have gotten a rear remote valve. This I had to add later for a sickle bar mower for using on pond banks. To date I am very pleased with this tractor."

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2007 Kubota L3400 Compact Tractor

2007 Kubota L3400 Compact Tractor Estate - Landscaping - orange | orange - Oklahoma City, OK

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2006 Kubota L3400 Tractor w/ Loader!!

Kubota L3400


Kubota L3400 tractor photo
2004 - 2010
Standard L Series
Compact Utility tractor
Production
Manufacturer:Kubota
Type:Compact Utility tractor
Variants
L3400F:2WD gear
L3400DT:4WD gear
L3400HST:4WD hydro
Kubota L3400 Power
Engine (gross):34.7 hp
25.9 kW
Gear PTO (claimed):29 hp
21.6 kW
Hydro PTO (claimed):27.5 hp
20.5 kW
Mechanical
Chassis:4x2 2WD
 4x4 MFWD 4WD
Differential lock:rear standard
Steering:power
Brakes:mechanical wet disc
Cab:Two-post ROPS. Foldable ROPS and sunshade optional.
Transmissions:hydrostatic
 8-speed constant mesh
Transmission details ...
Capacity
Fuel:9 gal
34.1 L
Hydraulic system:7.3 gal
27.6 L
Front axle:4.8 qts
4.5 L
Hydraulics
Type:open center
Capacity:7.3 gal
27.6 L
Valves:0 to 3
Pump flow:6.8 gpm
25.7 lpm
Total flow:10.9 gpm
41.3 lpm
Steering flow:4.1 gpm
15.5 lpm
Tractor hitch
Rear Type:I
Rear lift (at ends):1985 lbs
900 kg
Rear lift (at 24"/610mm):1433 lbs
650 kg
Power Take-off (PTO)
Rear PTO:live
Hydro Rear PTO:independent
Rear RPM:540 (1.375)
Engine RPM:[email protected]
Electrical
Ground:negative
Charging system:alternator
Charging amps:40
Battery CCA:490
Battery volts:12
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L3400 2007 kubota

2007 Kubota L3400 HST Japanese Junk?

Hi All

My neighbor a professional landscaper just purchased a Kubota L3400 with Hydrostatic Drive. Well the first tractor lasted 12 hours and only 1 hour of PTO use before the PTO went out. It sounded like a thrashing machine and he was only running a tiller in good soil with few rocks. Note that theyhave had problems with the PTo on this tractor since 2005 and still have not gotten it figured out yet at Kubota! A tech service bulletin was issued but it was just a patch job that did nothing but raise the oil levelt to quiet the gears by drownding them in oil constatntly, nothing more.

Well the dealer took it apart and cannot figure what is wrong with it so they gave him a loaner 3800 series for a couple of weeks. It works great and does a much better job. Only problem is it is too big to what he wants it for. So the dealer set him up with another replacement L3400 right out of the crate.

Brought it home and ran it around gently for about an hour or so and the hydraulic pump started making noise. Dealer came out and changed fluid and filters to no avail and said run it for awhile maybe it will break in. Well instead of breaking in now with only 8 hours on it, the power steering went out. Everything on the Hydrostatic drive tractor runs off of the same pump. Well the delivery guy was there bringing some other attachments when this happened they were unloading the right rototiller. So first hand it broke right in front of him. He also works in the service department as a mechanic too, so he looked at it and called the shop and no one can figure this one out yet. The fluid levels were full and everything else works. All of the sudden the steering started working again too miraculously hmm. By the way when the steering goes out you cannot even turn it at all. Well the draw back here with this HST trans is everything runs off of the same pump!

This time he is going to say goodbye to the lazy mans HST trans and get them to replace it with a good old reliable stick shift. Then we will see what breaks next. Hate to say it but a sour taste came to both of our mouths after two failed tractors in one month.

Beware of those good reputations
Dale

 

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