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Old 05-13-2018, 05:22 AM
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have a new RTV 400 and it sits about an inch low on left side. Kubota advised that as the engine etc are on this side that is normal!! As the engine, transmission are attached directly to the chassis and wheels and as they are not attached to the suspension this is not the problem. Have seen other comments on this and looked at other new ones which are the same-anyone have any ideas as Kubotas' only suggestion was to buy a suspension block from them to correct!! We think that it is a design fault and as such should be fixed by Kubota. Does anyone else have this problem, it is easily seen if parked on a flat surface and viewed from rear.
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Does the dealer have other 400's you can compare to yours? If not maybe a different dealer would have a few.
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Welcome to the forum and congrats on your new RTV.

Every 400 and 500 I've ever seen were like this going back many years.

Might look funny but it doesn't effect performance or anything. Just the way it is.
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doesn't the RTV 400 have adjustable strut suspension??? if it does,couldn't you adjust the sagging side one notch higher? to compensate for the unequal load? ???????
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