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Kuhn Parts

Unmatched Service From KUHN to You

Weather conditions, harvesting windows, crop quality, working conditions… You can't control it all, but you can count on Kuhn. With Genuine Kuhn Parts, you can be sure that you’re investing in quality.

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  • The strengths of KUHN genuine parts:

    • Quality
    • Reliability
    • Durability
    • Precision
    • Safety
  • When you use Genuine KUHN Parts, you will experience:

    • Time savings
    • Increased productivity
    • Longer life expectancy
    • Quick repair time

 

 

 

 

No part better fits a KUHN machine than an original KUHN part!

Here at KUHN, we produce spare parts built to last in our very own foundries, our forges and our ultra-modern production facilities. You can trust in our longstanding know-how, based on almost two centuries of experience.

 

 

 

 

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When choosing KUHN, you can count on quick, reliable repair service from your highly trained dealer to get you back up and running fast. With Genuine KUHN Parts, you can be sure that your machine will run smoothly.

The KUHN dealer network, of over 1,300 dealer locations in North America, is the key link to valued customers and we are proud to partner with all dealers representing KUHN, KUHN Knight and KUHN Krause products.

 

 

entretien des machinesRegular Maintenance Increases Equipment Service Life

Regular maintenance helps ensure your machine will provide years of trouble-free service. The following is a list of general maintenance you should perform on your machine.


1. Check the machine’s tire pressures
This check is one of the most important. Overinflated or under-inflated tires can affect machine performance in the field, and can cause damage to the machine or the field. NOTE: This is a good time to recheck the wheel mounting hardware as well, if applicable.

2. Check lubricant levels on the machine
Lubricant levels can give insight into whether a machine has a leak or if there is contamination from an outside source. Change lubricants and grease the machine according to the schedule in the operator’s manual.

3. Check for wear and tear on the machine
Make sure the tractor is turned off, key removed, PTO disconnected, and the machine lowered to the ground (if applicable) before examining it. Failing bearings, bushings, or pins cannot always be seen easily, but by gently rotating shafts by hand, or moving parts back and forth, you can get a good idea of the source of any problems.

4. Replace worn or bent parts
Worn or bent parts can cause more damage to your machine over time, as well as affect performance. Bent tines or knives will not allow your machine to operate at its full potential. Remember, if you find bent disc mower knives, DO NOT bend knives straight, as this will cause stress points and may cause the knife to break. Replace a bent knife with a new one.

5. Operate the machine at a slow speed initially
This allows oils to flow to areas that may not have had oil while sitting during the off-season. Running the machine makes it possible to check for proper operation of all the functions by listening and looking for anything out of the ordinary.