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flyerdan has contributed to 66 out of 71,877 total posts (0.09% of total).
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Re: To replace or rebuild fan angle drive assembly? 3/3/2014 10:10:50 AM   (Total replies: 1)
At one time I saw Bobcat fan drives listed on Surplus Center. Just had a quick nose about and didn't see them, but I might have overlooked it. I can't imagine one would be that difficult to rebuild with just a few bucks worth of bearings and seals, if the housing isn't damaged. Found it in an old catalog, p/n 13-1422 for just under a hundred bucks. Bobcat p/n 6734104

Re: pallet fork extensions 12/21/2013 9:57:45 AM   (Total replies: 1)
I made a set of extended forks a while back; I was looking for C channel or 2x6 RT, but being cheap was just searching the scrapyards and online ads. Found some 7' 4x8 I beams for real cheap and wound up using them. They also had a couple chunks of .250x9" flat bar for boxing in the bottom and extending the tips a foot. Total material cost was only $40, so I was happy to compromise on the thicker cross section. These were meant to handle bulkier items that would be difficult to manage ...

Re: 763C occasionally losing prime 9/26/2013 10:58:29 AM   (Total replies: 0)
Isn't there a check valve in the primer bulb? I wonder if it has deteriorated a bit or has some debris that allows it to bleed off pressure. Agree that if the pickup tube was at fault it would show up while running, acting like an empty tank.

Re: Bobcat 722 Cage and Engine Door needed in Texas 10/12/2013 10:03:03 AM   (Total replies: 0)
They used the same ROPS on the 700, 720, 721 and 722 so that opens up a bigger market (the only differences in models is what powers them). There was a service bulletin requiring the addition of spacers to prevent the seat pan from hitting the elbows on top of the hydrostatic pump, so if you find one be sure to check the clearance there so you won't have problems later.

Re: 720 Clark-need info, blown motor? value? 2/26/2013 1:24:05 PM   (Total replies: 0)
It's pretty much the same machine as my 700, it has the same Wisconsin air cooled V-4 engine. I haven't had to do any major engine work, but parts might tend to be a bit high. On the good side, they used these engines on a lot of ag equipment and sawmills so the parts are out there. If the rest of the machine is good, maybe just throwing some bearings in it before it hammers the crank too bad would be an inexpensive fix. They are a good little home machine for someone who doesn't use it a ...

Re: 197? M700 Hydro ????'s 8/5/2013 10:59:14 AM   (Total replies: 0)
Since it pulls intermittently, you might want to check where the linkage connects to the shaft on the Vickers pump, that is a problem area. It might be worn enough to only let it catch once in a while for a few seconds, kind of like a worn out ratchet. The lever behind the throttle and choke is the two speed range selector, which always hangs up when you lower the cab, so watch for that. The lever ahead of the left drive stick is the parking brake. The beast holds 17 gallons of hydraulic ...

Re: M700 rebuild and restore project 9/24/2012 9:56:45 AM   (Total replies: 1)
I'm sure they had a mechanical pump on top of the Wisconsin engine, mine has a block off plate there. It had an aftermarket electric pump on it when I got it. If you go that route you'll also need a fuel pressure regulator after it, if I recall correctly anything over 2 psi will cause flooding issues.

Re: help unknown brand skidsteer 3/2/2013 8:49:47 AM   (Total replies: 1)
Closest I could find was reference to a [url=http://dyloader.en.ec21.com/DMC_300SKID--1_3211150.html]Daeyang Machinery Co.[/url] in Korea which has a similar model. The chicoms keep the digital info screwed down pretty tight in that part of the world; the company does have a domain name but it appears to be parked.

Re: S250 makeover 1/27/2013 10:44:27 AM   (Total replies: 2)
Now you know why they put fuses in electrical circuits, it's because everything electric runs on smoke, and when you let it out of the box it doesn't work anymore. It might be too late, depending on how long you let it cook, but try taking it apart and cleaning the bearings and shaft ends. Most heater motors use sleeve bearings and they can crud up when allowed to set for long periods of time. A squirrel cage fan should spin easily, and continue for 3-4 revolutions after the initial spin at ...

Re: Hour meter circuit? 12/17/2012 12:48:50 PM   (Total replies: 1)

Unlike most automotive oil pressure swithces which complete the ground, it looks like this one has a NO and NC pole so it can run the idiot light and Hobbs at the same time.  That's how I would have done it if I was doing a design.

OK, I've tried every conceivable way to put a picture in here and it won't work, so here's a link to the section of the wiring diagram that cover it.  ...

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