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Re: Low oil pressure- what tos do? 10/6/2014 2:45:40 AM   (Total replies: 1)
Duetz's have an odd oiling system being oil cooled. Pretty sure oil pressure is adjustable on those by playing with the relief valve. Also the oil pump is external so other then you have to mess with the timing belt, those are easy to change. If it is bottom end, I wouldn't stick to much money into something I know has low compression.

Re: 753 bobcat no reverse left side 10/4/2014 10:30:38 AM   (Total replies: 1)
Remove and cap the drive motor hoses at the motor. Start the engine and stroke the hydro back and forth. Dead heading the system should pull the engine down to the point of stalling in both directions. If the pump can stall the engine, the motor is problem. Vise versa, its a pump problem.

Re: Want to buy a t180 or t190 10/6/2014 2:00:03 PM   (Total replies: 0)
By 2006, I think it should be 66 HP, early ones were 56. Engine is pretty much bulletproof, just don't over heat it. As for the codes, it may just need calibrating. If it has speed sensor codes, bobcat got away from using speed sensors which I think is dumb. A controller update and unplugging the sensors is generally the fix for speed sensor codes now a days. Anyway you dice it, a dealer should look at the codes. The a/c probably has a pain in the ass to find pin hole in.

Re: Want to buy a t180 or t190 10/7/2014 2:54:26 AM   (Total replies: 1)
To check track tension, pick the front of the machine up with the bucket. Check for a finger width of dddrop at the second to last roller. Add grease to the tensioner as needed. FYI, the service manual will not tell you anything in regards to the service manual. That info is in a different manual.

Re: Want to buy a t180 or t190 9/28/2014 3:14:50 AM   (Total replies: 1)
T180 and T190 are the exact same machine, just different arms. At least in my area, T180s are rare, everybody buys T190. As for the one you found, 2800 hrs isn't high if its been taken care of. I tell everybody buying a used piece of equipment to have a dealer inspect it before hand. I don't know how many times guys would buy stuff, then bring it in be me. Then you have to break it to them that they bought scrap iron.

Re: Want to buy a t180 or t190 10/12/2014 5:44:22 AM   (Total replies: 1)
Call the dealer with the serial number, it is very simple to look up the master code.

Re: Want to buy a t180 or t190 10/12/2014 11:00:50 AM   (Total replies: 1)
The grease fitting is behind the back cover.

Re: Want to buy a t180 or t190 10/18/2014 3:26:04 PM   (Total replies: 1)
It is a controller. I'm pretty sure it is part of a kit to put both 14 and 7 pin attachment control connectors on the skidsteer.

Re: bobcat 773 leaking hydraulic fluid into bottom right side only 10/15/2014 2:45:36 PM   (Total replies: 1)
If we are talking ride side as when you are sitting in the unit, I would say the control vavle needs to be resealed. Any number of fittings or lines could be leaking also. The gear pump if it is aluminum sometimes like to crack where the outlet fitting attaches.

Re: Bobcat 753, Need help with replacing the driver's side hydraulic boom cylinder hoses 10/7/2014 6:44:26 PM   (Total replies: 1)
Consider yourself lucky your machine isn't older. They use to use fitting on the hose that where the color of brass and about as strong. Those had no interest in doing anything other then rounding over. Image trying to what you are with a vice grip because the hex is long gone. At least a 99 should have the good fittings because once you get a wrench on them, they will be tighter then all holy hell.

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