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Re: 909 bobcat backhoe 7/24/2014 7:02:15 PM   (Total replies: 1)
i would think you could leave the ram and unscrew the saddle part, opposite of what you'd do for a lift arm seal. they are obviously 2 saddles and one piston

Re: lift strength questions? 7/24/2014 7:03:58 PM   (Total replies: 0)
thanks guys, yes i can hear the bypass valve, so it must just be all it can do. like i said it works great, moves snow like a champ. i just wasn't sure if it should be able to lift more. thanks

lift strength questions? 7/23/2014 5:53:48 PM   (Total replies: 1)
My 643 runs great, has plenty of power. i pick up 1500 lb granite steps and stuff with it all the time. but if i try to lift something thats really heavy, it doesnt do it. i thought bobcats would just lift up until they tip forward? i know i need lift arm seals and one of the hoses to the tilt has a small drip....could that be it? i drive into piles of dirt and stone and it will lift that fine, i'm talking like lifting concrete slabs and stuff/ is that normal?

Re: lift strength questions? 7/23/2014 6:17:12 PM   (Total replies: 1)
yes, the tires will spin for forever. plenty of power. it's really not a problem because it lifts up everything i need it too, i am just wondering if something isn't right.

Re: lift strength questions? 7/23/2014 6:18:07 PM   (Total replies: 1)
i should ad that the machine only has just over 1000 hours, barely broken in.

Re: lift strength questions? 7/24/2014 3:11:10 AM   (Total replies: 1)
is it just like a safety thing or something? maybe this is the difference between a 643 and a 743 because they are identical

Re: Removing ROPS on 773 and 743 7/21/2014 5:04:34 PM   (Total replies: 1)
i THINK you remove the rubber bumpers behind the cab, allowing it to go back more, and the springs will be fully extended. then you can disconnect. tazza should be able to say for sure....

Bobcat 643 rim offset? 7/20/2014 7:31:33 AM   (Total replies: 0)
Found a guy that has a 6 lug case uniloader rim with a tire for cheap, I need a spare for my 643 but I can find anything about what the bobcat wheel offset is. My machine is at a customers house, can't got there on Sunday. Any help would be appreciated

Re: Bobcat 909 Backhoe will not work on Bobcat 773G 7/14/2014 4:04:22 PM   (Total replies: 2)
why would the bobtach plate not work? thats been bobcat standard for years. the problem is the 773 has 2 tilt cylinders and they get in the way of the balls. i can't imagine the plate being the wrong size. i've moved my backhoe around with all different machines, it fit all of them (the plate that is)

Re: Bobcat 909 Backhoe will not work on Bobcat 773G 7/15/2014 3:01:22 PM   (Total replies: 0)
i have a 907 which is the same just with a shorter boom. ive moved it with a brand new s130, 763, 753, a new holland, it fit them all. the backhoe shouldnt really mount to the step on the arms,that will pull the arms around, ideally it should be attached to the chassis of the machine. could you take a picture? a standard bobtach is angled on the bottom....some times the hole spacing for the pins is different.

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