This page makes your parts search easy!
Thanks to Jimmy Spears @ PTS.
Here are some helpful tips when it comes to replacement parts on your CD7000 and CD8000 generators.
Power Tech has two sizes when it comes to the CD radiators. From top to bottom, the measurement will be 13 inches (Click Here
for this Radiator) or the measurement will be 16 1/2 inches (Click Here
for this Radiator).
Power Tech has two configurations when it comes to the upper and lower radiator hoses. If the upper and lower hoses are on the same side of the engine, it will require two of the lower hoses
. The top hose is cut to fit, but has the same bend as the lower hose. If the upper and lower hoses are on opposite sides from each other on the engine, it will require one lower hose
and one upper hose
There is also an upper bypass
hose and a lower bypass
hose on the CD models. Note that the lower bypass hose is part of the lower radiator hose system. You will have the lower radiator hose coming off of the radiator, then it is connected to a metal hose. From there, it goes to the lower bypass hose and back to the water pump
Kubota has two different size thermostats on the 05 series Kubota engines. The best way to tell the difference between the two is to measure the thermostat housing mounting bolts center to center. The measurement on the thermostat housing bolts will measure 2" on center (Click Here
for the thermostat) or it will be 2 3/8" on center (Click Here
for the thermostat).
The CD Models had both Exciter type and Brush type generator ends. The best way to tell what style generator end is on your unit is to look for a 3 inch panel above the end bearing on the generator end. If it has that panel, it has brushes. If it does not have that panel, it is an exciter (brushless) type generator end. If you are replacing your generator end, the only replacement is the exciter type generator end. If your generator is a brush type unit, it will be converted to an exciter type generator. Click Here
to view this generator end.
Note: We do not have replacement stators or rotors for the brush type generators.
With the information listed above about generator end types, picking the correct regulator should be easy. If your unit is a Brush type generator, you will need the VR 2.1 regulator
. If your unit is an Exciter type generator, you will need the VR 2.4 regulator
The same information for the generator ends are used for picking the correct end bearing. If your unit is a Brush type generator, you will need the 02BRG6304
bearing. If your unit is an Exciter type generator, you will need the 02BRG6206
If you have a brush type generator, there are three possibilities for the brush assembly. If the original brushes are on the unit. Look at the color of the brush housing. It should be brown, black, or white. If the brushes are brown or black, check the springs. The springs will be internal or external (looks like a coiled clock spring).
Brown or black with external springs: Click Here
Brown or black with internal springs: Click Here
White brushes: Click Here
Note: Please keep a record of the original brushes that were on the unit. That information will be helpful for future brush orders.
Senders and Switches:
We only have one temperature switch for the CD model. Click here
to view the temperature switch. The oil switch could be one of two switches. Check to see if you have a single post or a two post switch. Click Here
to view the single post switch. Click Here
to view the two post switch.
: There are two possibilities for the fuel shut off solenoid. There's a two wire and a three wire solenoid. Click Here
to view the two wire solenoid. Click Here
to view the three wire solenoid.
for the Oil filter
for the Fuel filter
There are three possibilities for the Air filter.
if your Air filter housing is metal
if your Air filter housing is plastic
if your Air filter is plastic and disposable. (Note: On this filter there is a Foam pre-filter Click Here
for the correct belt.
for the correct blower fan.
Posted by Jimmy Spears on August 02, 2013 in News