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Re: Hi-Flow Conversion 10/18/2012 1:40:53 PM   (Total replies: 1)
Once again, what do you want high flow for? Over 95% of the time, you do not need high flow, just use an attachment rated for your hydraulic output.

Re: Hi-Flow Conversion 10/23/2012 5:21:12 PM   (Total replies: 1)
I think you would be better off replacing the motor on your chipper with a lower flow motor sized for your machine output then messsing with adding highflow.

Re: Hi-Flow Conversion 6/11/2012 6:15:56 PM   (Total replies: 1)
I don't know who Mark is, but there is no kit. It has to completely pieced out. Bobcat goes as far as to not recommand such a converison. You will need a good part guy who will to go threw and figure everything you need. We have turned down request to convert a A300. As long as I'm not the one doing it, good luck. I'm sure it has been posted here, but once you do convert, you need the option "turned on" in the controller by having it reprogrammed.

Re: Hi-Flow Conversion 6/12/2012 11:59:30 AM   (Total replies: 1)
If you are cabilabe of doing the work yourself. it may not be that cost prohibtive. I personally have never worked up a quote. Bobcat of Madison did such a conversion a few years ago and from talking to them, it came to well north of $5000 parts and labor and was such a headache they will never do it again. Just noisey, what do you want higflow for?

Re: Hi-Flow Conversion 10/25/2012 4:22:02 PM   (Total replies: 1)
To Skidroe, our offical option on this matter is it a giant waste of time to convert a machine to highflow. Bobcat flat out discourages it also. For the guy with to much time and money, sure anything can be done. We have turn down several request from paying customers to do it. As to the guy with the A300, 90% of all the A300s I see are factory highflow with stds being the odd ball. I would think you could find a used highflow machine cheaper then trading off a brand new A770.

Re: Hi-Flow Conversion 10/25/2012 5:50:24 PM   (Total replies: 1)
I figured the same. There are some topic that just annoy me and this is one. Prost!

Re: Hi-Flow Conversion 10/30/2012 5:10:39 AM   (Total replies: 1)
Inerds wise, the new m series like the A770 are basically the same as the older k series machines. They have actually cleaned up a lot of the hydraulic plumbing for a less crowded mess under the cab. SJC are very reliable. Tier 4 engines coming on the large frames may be a headache, but every company has to put up with it, not just bobcat. With exception of taking the steer councel out, which I don't think many people do, so far the m seires are easier to work on then the old ones. I would ...

Re: Thoughts on T180 modifications 2/3/2014 2:27:05 PM   (Total replies: 1)
Track machines are much more stable then a wheeled machine, as long as the angle is crazy, there wouldn't be any problem.

Re: Bobcat track tension tool 2/3/2014 2:28:35 PM   (Total replies: 1)
Pick up the front end with the bucket, check for about a finger width gap at the second to last roller. Add grease as needed.

Re: T190 with intermitten code 41-09 2/17/2014 11:07:10 AM   (Total replies: 2)
Check the ALT and KITS 25 amp fuse, it is blown. All fuses are behind the cover between your legs. The fuse can blow because of a bad alternator, For what ever reason, the signal voltage that turns the alternator on is protected by this fuse. The fuse could also blow if the wiring to the cab door is damaged or if you have the 7 pin electrical connector by your aux couplers is smashed.

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