Bobcat 773 service manual online?

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Shade Tree

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Now that I have an idea about why the 773 is running out of fuel so quickly, probably a pick up problem, where can I go to view an assembly drawing of the fuel system? Are PDF service manuals available online that don't cost $100? Thanks, Shade Tree
 

Mr Jimi

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I really hate to be the one to burst your bubble? I am a very firm believer in a service manual for your machine and not a generic poop thing that covers this year to that year type manual. The money you will save on a right manual will far surpass the repairs with a poop manual.
Only my opinion here. Others will chime in soon.
Its cheaper to do it right once, than twice half arse?
That is my thoughts
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I really hate to be the one to burst your bubble? I am a very firm believer in a service manual for your machine and not a generic poop thing that covers this year to that year type manual. The money you will save on a right manual will far surpass the repairs with a poop manual.
Only my opinion here. Others will chime in soon.
Its cheaper to do it right once, than twice half arse?
That is my thoughts
Jim
I too agree with Jim on this one, i would be totally lost without my service and parts manuals!
For the price, seriously go buy one. They tell you just about everything you will ever need to know. It covers electrics, hydraulic system paths, fuel system, engine parts, some cover the pumps, motors, cylinders and more. It will tell you how to go about servicing too.
I bought mine off e-bay, they were all of what, 65 bux? plus shipping of course.
The parts manual helps when you need spares, you call Bobcat and quote a number and they get it for you. Rather than explaining what you need and getting the wrong part.
If you are going to keep the machine, do your self a favour and invest in the manuals, you won't be sorry.
*end rant*
 

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I too agree with Jim on this one, i would be totally lost without my service and parts manuals!
For the price, seriously go buy one. They tell you just about everything you will ever need to know. It covers electrics, hydraulic system paths, fuel system, engine parts, some cover the pumps, motors, cylinders and more. It will tell you how to go about servicing too.
I bought mine off e-bay, they were all of what, 65 bux? plus shipping of course.
The parts manual helps when you need spares, you call Bobcat and quote a number and they get it for you. Rather than explaining what you need and getting the wrong part.
If you are going to keep the machine, do your self a favour and invest in the manuals, you won't be sorry.
*end rant*
There's a fellow named MaxWedge on ebay that has any service and parts manual you need. I bought mine from him and it was worth every penny.
 

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There's a fellow named MaxWedge on ebay that has any service and parts manual you need. I bought mine from him and it was worth every penny.
I bught mine off him too, he was very helpfull and he knows his machines!
 

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I found a lot of Bobcat service manuals with this manual search engine: http://manualfox.com/searchengine/results.htm
 

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I found a lot of Bobcat service manuals with this manual search engine: http://manualfox.com/searchengine/results.htm
here is the 773 service manual in PDF format. http://www.megaupload.com/?d=TDV775KD the files are compressed to .rar format. you will need a program like winrar to uncompress the file.. winrar can be found here http://www.megaupload.com/?d=AXYJ3E7S
the files are on a file sharing site cuz they are too big to send via email no account needed, enter the verification and just wait the 45 seconds to get the link the download
 

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here is the 773 service manual in PDF format. http://www.megaupload.com/?d=TDV775KD the files are compressed to .rar format. you will need a program like winrar to uncompress the file.. winrar can be found here http://www.megaupload.com/?d=AXYJ3E7S
the files are on a file sharing site cuz they are too big to send via email no account needed, enter the verification and just wait the 45 seconds to get the link the download
Hello Southpaw, You wouldn't happen to have the same sort of manual for a 440B, would you? Thanks!!
 

SkidRoe

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sorry, I don't have that one. I have most of the 6-7-8 and S175-185 series as well as M series manuals
Nuts!! Oh well, Thanks anyway. I did take advantage of the 773 manual. X-mas shopping for Dad is now complete!!
 

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thank you
really appreciate the help with the manual for the 74x's downloaded perfectly, im wondering how to view the archives or a list of available down loads from that site? is there a way to search that site for other manuals, ie. car manuals or other types of tractors, such as new holland TC30 shop manual. Ive looked around the site but im probably not the brightest bulb when it comes to computers/internet. thanks again
 

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really appreciate the help with the manual for the 74x's downloaded perfectly, im wondering how to view the archives or a list of available down loads from that site? is there a way to search that site for other manuals, ie. car manuals or other types of tractors, such as new holland TC30 shop manual. Ive looked around the site but im probably not the brightest bulb when it comes to computers/internet. thanks again
In the faq on that site it says no, the files are confidential and private so you can't browse through them.
 

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In the faq on that site it says no, the files are confidential and private so you can't browse through them.
@ southpaw just encountered this thread and downloaded the manuals for 743. I have been studying the manual lately and its really a great help. thanks. I came across on the schematic diagrams for the hydraulic hoses and notice that there aren't any labels for the hydraulic lines. Do you have any of those labels. I have a bobcat 743.. thanks again
 

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@ southpaw just encountered this thread and downloaded the manuals for 743. I have been studying the manual lately and its really a great help. thanks. I came across on the schematic diagrams for the hydraulic hoses and notice that there aren't any labels for the hydraulic lines. Do you have any of those labels. I have a bobcat 743.. thanks again
Does that site have a manual for a 2002 773 turbo as you stated cant do a search but I can see were the regular 773 manual will be of great help to me just thought there may be one more specific to my year and with the turbo. Just bought the machine last night and she needs a little tlc a manual would help alot. Thanks for any help
 
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