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Old 18-02-2015, 20:29   #1
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Kanzaki vs ZF Transmissions


I have a Yanmar 2QM15 diesel engine coupled to a Kanzaki KBW100 transmission which is in need of a rebuild or repacement.

To that end I've been looking at the options available and it seems the KBW100 is obsolete and can't be purchased nowadays. So does anyone know if my Kanzaki KBW100 is the same transmission as the Hurth HBW100 ? And if so, can I replace my KBW100 with the Hurth ZF10, which I believe is the modern ZF equivalent of the Hurth HBW100?

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