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Signature: Bobcat 453F ,Loegering steel tracks, Grouser steel tracks, 48" Dirt bucket, 48" toothed bucket, grapple bucket, 72" hydraulic vee snow plow and utility forks, 1954 Ford 860, 1952 Allis Chalmers CA, 1947 Case SC, Nashville IL USA
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OldMachinist has contributed to 2,357 out of 73,897 total posts (3.19% of total).
Most Recent Posts:
Re: M700 25 micron filter 7/19/2014 1:44:05 PM   (Total replies: 1)

The MEL-1192 filter wrench is just a metal band type that you can use a breaker bar with.

Re: M700 25 micron filter 7/20/2014 12:27:38 PM   (Total replies: 1)

I know how it is living near a small town. It used to be almost all the stores here closed at noon on Saturday and didn't reopen till Monday morning but it's getting better as some stores have learned people will drive the 30-50 extra miles to get what they need on a weekend these days.

I was able to check the local Carquest inventory online because I have an account there and in a emergency I can call the owner to get a part after hours if they have it in ...

Re: M700 25 micron filter 7/22/2014 6:06:41 AM   (Total replies: 0)

Here's your picture. To add a image to your posts just copy and paste it. Right click in a image stored somewhere on the internet and click copy, then in your post right click and paste where you want it.

Also for links to be active you need to hit the space bar after them or use the “Create Link” button on the Editor.

Re: M700 25 micron filter 7/19/2014 6:30:43 AM   (Total replies: 1)
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Re: 753 motor carrier seal removal 7/19/2014 6:43:51 AM   (Total replies: 1)

Drilling a 1/8” hole and using a slide hammer is the normal procedure.

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Re: 753 motor carrier seal removal 7/19/2014 9:08:25 AM   (Total replies: 1)

There were several different designs of the motor carrier on the 753 so to better answer your question I will need the first 7 digits of the machine serial number. You can also go to the online Bobcat parts catalogs and see the parts breakdown for your serial number.


Re: 753 motor carrier seal removal 7/19/2014 11:38:03 AM   (Total replies: 1)

I looked at the service manual for your serial number and it says to remove the carrier assembly to service the bearings because you need to use a hydraulic press to get the shaft out after removing the snap ring. Also I don't think there's enough space in there to push the shaft out while the assembly is on the machine.

The tube lines you mentioned go to the lift arm bypass and the traction lock valves and they have to be removed to take the carrier assembly off. If ...

Re: S150 Bobcat Overheating 7/17/2014 5:31:35 PM   (Total replies: 0)

Here's a description of how the cooling fan is controlled. It's possible the engine coolant sending unit is bad and the controller doesn't think the engine is hot.

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Re: Link to Kubota Engine Manual 175 Pages 7/17/2014 5:43:22 AM   (Total replies: 0)
Fixed the link

Re: 773 Bobcat - Glow plug countdown & Traction Control issues 7/22/2014 6:25:30 AM   (Total replies: 0)

Traction lock can be dropping out if the parking brake pedal is partly engaged or the brake switch is going bad.

If that's not it I'd suspect a loose or corroded ground. I'd start by cleaning both battery cables on both ends. Then try to find all the ground wires(there are many) and clean the connections. While you're doing that look for any rubs or rodent chews. Next step would be to check the connectors to the controller and fuse box for moisture or corrosion.

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