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    Default Bobcat CT335 Metric Hardware sizes??

    Up to now, I have used a regular open-end adjustable wrench for maintenance
    work on my CT335, but would like to get a set of the most needed metric 6pt sockets,
    especially for the larger hardware (loader mounting bracket bolts, wheel nuts and bolts)
    but I can't seem to find just what size bolts are used. The parts lists on Bobcat's
    web site only list part number, and a title, such as nut, bolt, stud. The service manual
    doesn't have this information either, other than the occasional mention of a 15mm
    washer on the loader mounting bracket hardware.

    I'm starting out assuming that all the hardware on the tractor is metric.

    Does anyone on the forum have information, (either from experience or otherwise),
    as to which sizes are used on the CT335 (or it's Kioti DK35 double)?
    Best Regards from Candia, NH

    Bobcat CT335, 8TL FEL with 68" bucket, EverythingAttachments 72" boxblade
    Bobcat 72" Snow blade, WR Long OBG2-48 Grapple, Pronovost Puma-74 snowblower

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    Default Re: Bobcat CT335 Metric Hardware sizes??

    I have used everything from 10mm up to 22mm. Find a combination set of wrenches and sockets on special and you should be covered.
    Skinnyman
    CT235, 72" Bucket, 48" Open Bottom Grapple

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    Default Re: Bobcat CT335 Metric Hardware sizes??

    It would be cheaper to by a set than individual tools anyway

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    Default Re: Bobcat CT335 Metric Hardware sizes??

    I ended up buying a set of Craftsman 1/2" drive 6pt metric sockets sizes 10, 12 thru 15, 17, 19, 21, 22, 24 mm.
    That takes care of the oil pan plug, loader frame mounting bolts and rear wheel nuts/bolts. Interesting enough,
    I found that the front wheel nuts/bolts appear to require an SAE 1 1/8" socket. It's metric equivalent would be
    28.5 mm.

    Thanks for all the comments!
    Best Regards from Candia, NH

    Bobcat CT335, 8TL FEL with 68" bucket, EverythingAttachments 72" boxblade
    Bobcat 72" Snow blade, WR Long OBG2-48 Grapple, Pronovost Puma-74 snowblower

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