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    How Kubota deals with long term service of DPF's

    Kubota is providing a service where they clean and certify your DPF, for a charge. Prices aren't listed, but are based on the model.
    I thought that it was both interesting, and informative. Clearly, at least when it comes to Kubota's, long term maintenance is going to be more complicated and expensive than with older tractors.

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    DPF cleaning has been around in semi trucks for a couple of years now. I suspect we'll start to see a lot more of it soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 56FordGuy View Post
    DPF cleaning has been around in semi trucks for a couple of years now. I suspect we'll start to see a lot more of it soon.
    Any idea what it costs?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hodge View Post
    Any idea what it costs?
    It depends on the size and condition of the filter, but usually around $300. Here's a price list from a company that does it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 56FordGuy View Post
    It depends on the size and condition of the filter, but usually around $300. Here's a price list from a company that does it.
    Thanks! That's insightful. I had expected the costs to be higher, so long term maintenance isn't as drastic as I had thought it could be.
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