rod builder: So do you crack the lines all at once or one at a time? You never said!!
Mike Horkoff: having trouble bleeding kubota m8580 cav pump. fuel to pump can't bleed.
Carey Ininns: Thank you
Don Meares: Good job and it worked! thanks
Allan Peda: I managed to get the air out by gravity feeding a pint of diesel directly into the electric pick up pump that feeds the mechanical pump on the block. The symptoms were exactly as described in the video, I had her running and she stalled just as I reached the dock (sailboat with a marinized D950 block, aka M25XP). Anyhow after panicking, I collected my wits and force fed the fuel in with about 4 feet of head. As far as I am concerned a fuel oil compatible container with a bottom mounted hose barb is a great addition to my tool kit.
Mike Slancik: Thanks Bro. Just did this and it worked on my BX.
mgharrier: wrong position of wrench😊😊
Vernon Erenberger: You got me going again after I let the fuel run out !!
Claret Mug: He forgot to say," Fill your gas filter full of fuel" before you put it on.
Micke Mike: Thanks for the post! I managed to flip my Kubota D722 powered Avant 520+ upside down the other day (good job Mike...) and I've bled the engine, however it smokes a lot and I have the feeling it's only running on two cylinders. Got any advice on this situation?
Clifford Singer: I ran my JI CASE skidsteer dry, and will not start after diesel is added. Will your technique work to bleed an free up potential air block? Thanks..Liked your video - excellent.
Thomas Williams: Please help have bleed everything and it will run for a couple minutes and then dies again
Militum Xpisti: Thank you. Very informative.
russell houtz: Thanks!!! I frgot about the decompression lever...your very well spoken.
Chris Christenson: thanks your video enabled me to bleed the lines and restart after running out of diesel
I appreciate a great teaching
A Alice: What is the thing at the top of the injectors that feeds the injectors? Mine (B7300) is leaking gas there but the two nuts seem to be tight. Love your vids!
bonita miller: Great video! thank you so much, I work 3rd shift so I cant work on it now but will let you know how it goes when I do.
MrRainbowrooster: Great help. thanks for making it simple for folks like me
Tho doris: thank you
james mckinney: hmm, all the kubotas i have owned have bleeder screws along the fuel system, have never in 30 years had to crack an injector line