What kind of hydraulic oil does a bobcat 743 take?
Use Class SE of SF motor oil (5W-30 at temperatures below 10°F (23°C]).
How do you check hydraulic fluid on a Bobcat 743?
How to Check the Fluid in a Bobcat
- Check the oil fluid level. Pull out the dipstick.
- Pull down the “Hood Open” lever in the front of the engine to open the engine cover. Hold the cover open and place the rod in the retaining bracket to keep it open.
- Check the coolant level.
- Check the hydraulic oil level.
What engine is in a Bobcat 743?
Engine. The Bobcat 743 loader uses a Kubota V1702 engine. This liquid-cooled, four-cylinder diesel engine produces 36 horsepower, according to the manufacturer. The engine displacement is 105.7 cubic inches.
What kind of hydraulic fluid does a bobcat 753 take?
753 G-Series Skid-Steer Loader calls for a “AW 32 Hydraulic Oil Fluid (ISO VG 32, SAE 10W)” and needs about three 5Gal buckets. Do you find this helpful?
What kind of fuel does a bobcat 743 use?
1701 kubota diesel. I’ve found out on the skid steer forum that it’s 9qts. w/ filter oil. green coolant (our new one takes orange, 13 qts ), 13 gal fuel, 6 gal hyd, and 32 qts drive (20-50). Still not sure about the touchy controls, read it may be low on fluid, need a filter change, or the screen in the return line. Thanks for looking for me Scott
Can you change hydraulic oil on a 2001 Bobcat?
Click to expand… All the joking aside, we have indeed had two separate failures on the 2001 773 that effectively “drained” much of the older hydraulic oil. It’s great fun changing a main drive hose out in the field. (Willie59 always works in an climate-controlled shop.
Which is the best oil for Bobcat skid steer loaders?
Oil for Bobcat Skid steer loaders 743 (1981-1990). Which oil is the best? Professional lubrication advice – Kroon-Oil
How much hydraulic fluid is in a bobcat?
The manual says to pump it out of the reservoir tank, however the specs say the the system holds 8.5 gallons and the reservoir holds 4.8 gallons so by doing this I would only remove around a third of the fluid. Is there some easy way to get more of the fluid out so that I replace more of it?