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Default 2007 RTV 900 Kubota

I have a 2007 RTV 900 Kubota with 500 hours. I bought it for snow plowing my driveway. When driving it loses power and slows right down and will stall. Anyone have any ideas of what might be the problem? I bought it about 1 month ago and I am new to owning a Kubota. Thanks
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I'd start with changing the fuel filter and be sure the diesel is winter grade.

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absolutely correct change fuel filter air filter and the hydraulic and transmission filters. actually i would go ahead and change the transmission oil to super utd also. check to make sure all of the linkages are adjusted properly.
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Welcome to the forum!

Besides what's been mentioned, be advised that you don't mash the pedal on the floor on these things to get power. If it starts to bog down, let off the pedal to about the 1/2 way mark. That'll kick in the aux pump and give you plenty of power at the cost of going fast.
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Check spark arrestor and see if clogged
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I would also take a good look at the intake air filters and check for obstructions in the air passages.
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Replaced fuel filter and it works perfect! Thanks for everyone help!
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congratulations

now something you might want to consider___ with the hours indicated it is just overdue for its first major fluid change. has that been done??? if you can't confirm then it would be in my opinion your best interest to change the tranny oiland hydraulic oil and filters with Kubota super utb.
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