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    Re: wiper blades

    Just for thrills I ran down to the shop to see what sort of setup my "D" has and it's the "Hook Arm". As Timm9 suggests, get the wiper arm pointed down so that you can hinge the wiper arm away from...
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    Re: Toolcat demo

    Many folks, myself included, have posted a fair amount of information regarding aftermarket (taller) tires. Right now, my TC has some 30" tall tires off of my Toyota Tundra. The TC seems to be...
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    Re: Multiple Error Codes from Loose Relays

    FWIW, some (perhaps many/most) of the relays in a Toolcat can be purchased outside the Bobcat parts counter for less money than Bobcat wants. Electronic supply houses typically carry the generic...
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    Re: Electric problem

    To get to the battery and fuse by removing the side panel is probably the best/safest route to implement that fix. But what if the belt that goes between your engine crank and the main hydraulic...
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    Re: Electric problem

    Glad things worked out. A couple of Public Service Announcements for owners of 5600's:
    1) Have extra 100 Amp megafuses around. They are relatively cheap. IIRC, you don't need to get them from...
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    Re: power to pull a boat up a ramp

    I do not use my TC (2007 "D") much to tow things; however, when I have used it for tugging...typically to "unstick" folks in the winter in some very difficult circumstances...it has been awesome. ...
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    Re: s200 blower attachment

    I believe the SB-mounted controllers for the HF and Std Flow have different Bobcat part numbers. If you can snag the p/n off of your SB and ask your dealer what type of blower that corresponds to,...
  8. Re: B series aux hydraulics is shutting itself off

    Thank you for the update. Some new folks come blazing through here with their tech questions and after a few (or more) folks try to help, they fall off the radar...without having the balls to at...
  9. Re: Silicone Pad Heaters for Hydraulic Fluid and Engine Oil

    I also use the magnetic variety and it generally works well on my 2007-D. The only issues I've run into:
    1) Correct placement on the pan in a dimly lit shop.
    2) Letting the magnetic "face" of the...
  10. Re: Anyone attempt 'repairing' the Dash Controller?

    Before I got out the soldering iron I would get a magnifying glass and check out all the circuit board traces and all the connectors. Next with the mag. glass, I would check out the solder bonding...
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    Re: Toolcat Snow Blowing Tires

    Nice!...but you can get the same thing in the steel version and save some coin. That's what I did and they work great. I will confess they don't look near as nice as the AL wheels, but there's...
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    Re: Toolcat Snow Blowing Tires

    I had an extra set of gnarly tires off my 2000 Tundra and I had excellent results with them over the past 6-9 months. I recently replaced them with chained LT235-75x15 tires that I use during the...
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    Re: Steering while stopped

    Wow, these threads never die! In order to facilitate the 3-pt turn, tell your right foot to press a bit on the hydro pedal while you try to turn the steering wheel. Experiment some and see if you...
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    Re: bobcat toolcat priming fuel system

    Nice to see that the problem was fixed. FYI, when replacing the fuel filter it can help to fill the filter with fuel first and then thread it on.
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    Re: 7-pin ttachment control system???

    Although it certainly looks like a trailer connector, the actual pins inside the shell are both power/gnd and a communications bus (CAN Bus). IMO, the interface has more in common with the USB on...
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    It's a common relay...

    In the spirit of Timm9's heads-up about door latches, here's another heads-up that might save some $$.

    I had a relay bite the dust this AM. It was the relay that controls the work lights. The...
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    Re: Code 50-14? What is it?

    50-14 is "REAR WHEEL SPEED SENSOR - NO SIGNAL". I had to deal with a 50-13 a few months ago. I suggest searching for that thread and noting some of the info that came out. (This info out of my...
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    Re: 2010 toolcat 5610 block heater #?

    I had a Bobcat block heater installed; however, it only lasted a couple of years. I recently purchased an after-market Katz block heater from Amazon but have not yet installed it. Katz cross...
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    Re: Which snow blower should I order?

    As I look at the blower O&M manual schematics, it looks like the controllers between the std flow(SF) and HF are actually the same part (p/n 6678677). I was thinking the HF and SF controllers were...
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    Re: Which snow blower should I order?

    I'm curious how you determined that your blower motor can handle 30 GPM. If it can handle that, it would seem like you have a HF-capable machine. My cynical mind is wondering if the only difference...
  21. Re: Where to bleed off some coolant prior to block heater install ??

    The radiator is mounted horizontally under the bed and really doesn't seem to be lower than the freeze plug location. Worth checking, though.
  22. Where to bleed off some coolant prior to block heater install ??

    My Toolcat (D) is about to get its block heater replaced. The Bobcat original part died after about two years and I now have a replacement that wants to be installed. Rather than pull the dead part...
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    Re: Toolcat Snow Blowing Tires

    Wheel width for my 235/75x15's is 6". The place I bought my wheels has a website...here's a link: Catalogs_trailer. If you go to the chapter on wheels you'll see what sort of selection exists. I got...
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    Re: Toolcat Snow Blowing Tires

    No problem..and yeah, the LT stands for Light Truck. Mine are six ply and they seem to do well. If I could find some 8 or 10 ply I'd be even more happy but it seems one has to go to 225x16 size...
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    Re: Toolcat Snow Blowing Tires

    The electrical issue: Yes, that's what I'm referring to. Basically, bypassing the TC controls seems to be a common approach. On down the road, if the Q-A controller becomes a pain, you can mount a...
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    Re: Which snow blower should I order?

    I have a "D" series TC and I mostly use the 72" SB-200 (hiflow/9.6). Our snow is typically wet, soggy crud. It's a fun day when I get into some decent powder. The blower width has turned out to be...
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    Re: Toolcat Snow Blowing Tires

    If you'll try the search function, you'll get a boatload of discussions about tires on a TC. Like you, I use my TC for commercial snow removal. We have a lot of hills in our sub and I used chained...
  28. Re: Toolcat-D Question: Is the front speed sensor the same part as the one at the rea

    Well, here's the after action report: The problem seemed to be resolved by unplugging/cleaning/plugging the connector that the front sensor harness was plugged into. I did this while swapping sensors...
  29. Toolcat-D Question: Is the front speed sensor the same part as the one at the rear?

    My TC (D series) is throwing a 50-13...open circuit/front speed sensor error. It happens about 80% of the time when I start the TC. After I run it for awhile, it the error code seems to usually go...
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    Re: Tool Cat 5610 vs Compact Tractor

    Before I purchased my TC (5600) I also took a look at the Kubota L5740 (with cab). That was back in 2008. My work at hand...at the time...was very much oriented towards commercial snow removal and...
  31. Thread: 29" tires

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    Re: 29" tires

    Same here 'cept I only have 1 TC and I use chains and no studs. I use LT235/75-15 tires. If you go with 225/75-16's, I think you can get a higher ply rating. The 16" tires are spec'd at around 29...
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    Re: toolcat 5600 service

    Yes, there is. I bungeed the hydraulic bed control lever to the lift position and then raised the bed with a come-along and strap that is looped over a well-supported truss chord in my shop. As soon...
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    Re: NEW PROBLEM STUCK IN (FNR)

    Wire 1800 goes to some junction point that is supplied by wire 1430 which runs off of fuse #10 (15 Amp) in the cab. This fuse is "downstream" from a "switched power relay".

    The SM gets a little...
  34. Thread: Dozer blade

    by Spudgunner
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    Re: Dozer blade

    I'm extremely interested in your results using a 6-way on the front of a relatively light piece of equipment like a TC. I would dearly love to purchase a six-way blade that a friend has offered to...
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    Re: NEW PROBLEM STUCK IN (FNR)

    Looked in the SM and following are the pin functions on the "D" series FPR switch. I have no idea of there's a difference between the 'C' and 'D' in this area...
    Pin 1: 12V Switched, wire 1800...
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    Re: NEW PROBLEM STUCK IN (FNR)

    I had this happen once. Short answer: I discon/connected the FNR switch/harness and traced the harness to ensure no shorts or fubar'd connector pins. Plugged everything back together and it worked....
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    Re: ToolCat Arm Rest Safety Switch Problem

    Tim is correct in terms of this option (special bolts) not working for some series of Toolcats. The "D" model is an example.
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    Re: Very rapid light surge under light loads

    BTW, should your RPM sensor ever go bad, this is a good way to circumvent it's invalid input to the onboard computer. That is, turn HP management off. Saved my bacon once upon a time in the middle of...
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    Re: Turbo squealing

    This is a stretch, but check the bolts that hold the exhaust pipe to the turbo flange if you see carbon smudging on the bottom of the bed/box.
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    Re: Break in service done.

    I highly recommend that you do not procrastinate in checking the tension of the main drive belt. While you are in there, you might want to change-out the bolts on the exhaust pipe flange that mates...
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    Re: If you have Toolcat questions, ask them here...

    My guess:
    Seems bottom zerks would be easy to tear-off. Although I generally adhere to "the more zerks the better" idea, I might make an exception for the lower ball joints.

    I just replaced a...
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    Price Check Re: Good price on toolcat?

    Agreed. I usually don't comment on prices of stuff without seeing it firsthand, but that really does seem a little over the top.
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    Re: Toolcat-Erskine Blower Question

    Tim,
    I've found Erskine/Q-A very, very helpful in answering questions about hydraulic compatibility. The Eaton/CharLynn motors should have blue/silver tags on the rear. If you tell the sales rep the...
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    Re: 5600 Battery Question

    My TC came with the standard battery option. The battery finally died a little over a year ago and I ended up with the following battery (see link). The dimensions of this battery are listed and I...
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    Re: New Owner - First Post

    Welcome and congrats on the new purchase. While it's under warranty, I'd go over the thing with the proverbial "fine toothed comb". Here's some stuff I'd recommend:
    1) Check the shocks on all four...
  46. Re: Looking at purchasing 5610. Some basic questions

    Got the 1 yr extended warranty with my 5600 "D" in 2007. **Easily** paid for itself. I don't remember the exact cost but the fact that it saved me an entire winter's worth the profit, if not more, is...
  47. Re: Looking at purchasing 5610. Some basic questions

    ...and if you don't mind the dust, the doors are very easy to remove. In the summer, I tend to be in and out of the cab A LOT and the door just gets in my way. Note: The doors are relatively heavy.
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    Re: 5610 d series vs f-series

    There's a thread around here somewhere about weak tie rods on "D" series. Since I broke one of mine some weeks ago I was wondering if BC would cover a replacement. I contacted Bobcat and a guy got...
  49. Re: Electrical connector cap for 7-pin controller

    You might try perusing the Newark Electronics or Mouser Electronics online electronics catalogs. They have a ton of stuff and once-upon-a-time I think I actually found the 7-pin connector. IIRC...
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    Re: TC as a FIRE RESCUE ATV

    I'm not a firefighter...I'm a commissioner with our local FPD. That means I help handle the checkbook rather than the apparatus. ;)

    Nevertheless, I've given thought to a monitor out on the front...
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    Re: I sprung a leak

    At the front of the TC, beneath the boom there is an access plate held in place by three bolts, IIRC. It's easily removed and you can look for a wet boom cylinder. In my case, the lower hyd port on...
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    Price Check Re: What's it worth? Used Toolcat

    One significant difference between a (S)CUT and a TC is that you can't tow a TC. While this may not bother many, it bothers me because of the nature of the snow removal work I've done in the past...
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    Price Check Re: What's it worth? Used Toolcat

    A SCUT/CUT/Toolcat/Skidsteer/whatever is "just" a tool. Figure out what your job is and get the best tool that you can afford.
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    Price Check Re: What's it worth? Used Toolcat

    Turbo = 56HP. Also, for a 2007 machine, the serial number doesn't appear to be correct.
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    Re: Toolcat wheels

    I use 6-hole trailer wheels with LT235 (or 245)-75/15 tires. For trailer wheels I bought new white modulars for around $25/each at a local place that sells trailer parts. Seems to me that the bolt...
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    Re: bobcat snowblower

    I have a toolcat with a SB200 blower. All my stuff is hi-flow. What you are reading about the 7-pin stuff is correct if you have hi-flow all around (attachment and machine). My SB-200 identifies...
  57. Thread: Hour Meter

    by Spudgunner
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    Re: Hour Meter

    I think the TC has multiple hour meters. Maybe you rolled-over one of the job hour meters (?). This is probably the wrong forum to try to address other high maintenance items; however, good luck. :)
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    Re: TC Main Drive Belt...Need Part Number

    Main drive belt p/n for my 5600 "D" is 6690699 ($45). AC belt p/n is the same as yours ($15). Exhaust system gasket is p/n 6727753 ($2). (It's very helpful and easy to remove the exhaust system when...
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    Re: Rabbit Speed

    You've probably already done this, but you might have some error codes stored. IIRC that little card in the cab has the procedure for accessing the codes. I think you hold down the headlight...
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    TC Main Drive Belt...Need Part Number

    Well, the A/C Compressor belt on my TC snapped and it looks like it may have taken the main drive belt with it. Tomorrow's post-mortem will tell for sure but for now all hydraulics are gone and it...
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    Re: Time for New Tires

    When my stock tires finally wear out, I'm gonna look at some Carlisle Tru-Power tires. They have a 29" tall model that _might_ work and it's certainly more aggressive than the stock tires.

    If...
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    Re: Snow Blower Settings--SB-240

    Dang...I knew I should've bought a 240...I got the 200 and the only setting I have is attached/paperweight.

    If you are referring to "angle of attack" and/or boom height you'll probably need to...
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    Price Check Re: cv joint maintanence

    If you've got a "D" model, and it sounds like you do, there is a traditional zerk on the top of each upper ball joint (I guess that's what they're called) for a total of four suspension-related...
  64. Thread: error code

    by Spudgunner
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    Re: error code

    Check your messages.
  65. Thread: error code

    by Spudgunner
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    Re: error code

    50-47: Two Speed Error On

    I notice in the troubleshooting flowchart that "Replace Drive Controller" appears a couple of times...amongst other stuff like "check wiring harness". More details can be...
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    Re: BX23 range shifter-sticks in low

    Spray-on lube helped with mine. Make sure you are out of 4WD; back up a short ways and see if it'll go to Neutral before you try moving forward. My BX23 had about 600 hours and the lever has...
  67. Thinking about trading my Toolcat in...(need opinions)

    My equipment uses are changing and although I like the concept of the Toolcat, I'm thinking that perhaps a mid-sized skid steer like a S205 (with A91 package) might fit the bill better for me. While...
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    Re: grader attachment for tc

    My neighbor has the Quick-Attach version (may be the same as the BC) and it looks pretty cool. Due to the relatively light weight of the TC, I'm thinking some ballasting would be helpful...but that's...
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    Re: snowblower - QA vs bobcat

    Dude...you need to reboot your sense of humor. Kindly note the smiley face at the end of my post.
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    Re: If you have Toolcat questions, ask them here...

    Yeah, the results seem inconsistent with a solid failure but consistent with an intermittent. I think I'd be tempted to redo the tests. Did you get a continuity tester and test the FPR switch when...
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    Re: snowblower - QA vs bobcat

    They did. But not recently. I'm presently in the process of adapting a QA blower to 7-pin control. The controller that will mount on the blower that accepts the BC 7-pin setup is, IIRC, about...
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    Re: If you have Toolcat questions, ask them here...

    On the FPR switch, pin 1 is to "switched +12v", pin 6=F, pin 5=P, pin 4=R. Apparently the wires are numbered with Wire #4800 going to pin 6, 4820 going to pin 5, 4870 going to pin 4. Wire #1800 is...
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    Re: If you have Toolcat questions, ask them here...

    On the 2007 model, 50-07 equates to "FPR switch no signal"...so you're right about the Fwd/Park/Rev switch. 33-23 equates to "Main Controller (Bobcat Controller) not programmed". IIRC, the FPR...
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    Re: 07 T-190 bobcat code32-65

    In the spirit of "Knock-off the easy stuff first", have you tried clearing the code to see if it subsequently reappears?
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    Re: 12 pin to 6 pin attachment connector

    Check out the Toolcat forum. I suggest going there and searching on this topic as it has been flogged repeatedly.
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    Re: What series do I have? Lots of Questions

    "D" series started in 2007 so you can rule that one out. I'd guess you have an "A" or "B".

    I have both the Users Manual and Service Manual. I've used them both but the SM is expensive...but since...
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    Re: 5600A with Snow Blower

    Welcome. That's a great pic.

    IMHO, the high flow in concert with a larger displacement fan motor is mostly about volume rather than casting distance. At least that's my experience so far....but I...
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    Re: mounting a winch on receiver toolcat 5600

    The following isn't TC-specific...but is relevant to this thread... This AM I received an email ad from Northern Tool that featured their "house brand" 9000# electric winch. The price was $380 and...
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    Re: mounting a winch on receiver toolcat 5600

    Thinking of the scenarios in which I've managed to get my TC stuck, I can't say that any of them required more than 6' of movement to get unstuck and I seriously doubt if the amount of force required...
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    Re: Diff lock on D series

    My understanding is that there is limited slip but no way to positively lock the axles (such as an ARB Airlocker for 4x4's) on a "D". Unfortunate, but there you go. It is also my understanding (and...
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    Re: Tach problems on my Tool Cat

    Thought I'd "ping" this thread to see how this thing came to closure (if any).
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    Re: differential oil

    Unfortunately, the bottle is pretty boring...no viscosity info...just a blurb on how the fluid will retain your Bobcat warranty...
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    Re: differential oil

    bobcat7532010, let me clarify...I have a Toolcat 5600. It is the "D" variant (started production in 2007). My manual is for the "D" version. (The differences between the 5600 "A", "B", "C", and "D"...
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    Re: differential oil

    If you have a "D", the Special Sauce is designated on page SPEC-7 in your Op & Maint. Manual.

    5.54 qt. (each transaxle) of p/n 6687120.
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    Re: Toolcat Series?

    My understanding is that "D" production started in 2007 and the serial #'s start with A0W. The "D"'s also have independent suspension on all four corners. My dealer tells me that "D"'s are also...
  86. Re: SB-200 Horizontal Auger Balancing Question

    First, I run into the exact snow blowing/pushing issues that you are seeing with my blower (SB200-72 (9.6)). I notice that if I let the snow sit for awhile on the ground (multiple hours) and then run...
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    Re: Overheat on first cold day

    Yes, just the hyd fluid level. Might as well knock-off the easy stuff first. From looking at the service manual (for the "D"), it appears that the fan controller can throw codes (35-xx). You might...
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    Re: Overheat on first cold day

    I believe the cooling fan is hyd-powered. You might check the fluid level. I'd try to exactly re-create the failure mode.

    BTW, it's supposed get down to +2 here tomorrow AM.
  89. Re: Transitioning from Home Maintenance to Light Commercial

    I basically did what you are proposing to do except I do not have any employees. I had never owned my own company and wanted to try in my old age (52).

    When talking to insurance there are certain...
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    Re: Headlight bulb type(s) ??

    Update: The brand of the bulbs is Hella and they're made (IIRC) in Romania according to the box label. Hella is a very well known brand...but time will tell.
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    Re: Headlight bulb type(s) ??

    Yep...all the halogen bulbs I've dealt with in the past had a warning on the packaging about touching the bulb. The bulbs I just received didn't have that warning...but I'm sure it's good advice.
    ...
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    Re: Better Traction in Snow?

    I got reminded last weekend why I like chains. We received 6" of fairly heavy snow. Temps at time of snowfall were 29-34 degrees. I got the TC into three situations where I could not move (AKA...
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    Re: Snowblower chute rotation chain icing up

    I also struggled with this problem on my SB200 blower. I tried quite a few spray-on lubes but without a doubt the best thing I did to alleviate this problem was switch to a chain lube that has...
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    Re: Better Traction in Snow?

    I use chains all winter long. They are on a dedicated set of relatively LT235/75x15 mild snow tires. With the chains, I'm not at all convinced that tread pattern is too important. There have been a...
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    Re: Headlight bulb type(s) ??

    It turns out the headlight bulb is a halogen bulb made by Osram/Sylvania. Their part number is 0-7951. There are three terminals on this bulb...the TC wiring harness only supplies two wires to the...
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    Headlight bulb type(s) ??

    One of the four lights along the top front of my TC has a burnt-out bulb. I've not yet pulled the bulb to see what type it is. Would anybody know if it is a standard (i.e. you can find it at NAPA)...
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    Re: Check Your Snow Blower(s)

    Check the electrical connector as well. The 7 pins in mine looked something less than clean. Last year when I was prepping my blower I noticed that one of the six fan bolts was gone and the...
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    Re: Question about a Bedliner

    I fitted nine of these landscape blocks into the back of my TC with room to spare at the end of the bed. The blocks are resting on a "stall pad" and you can see the 2x4's stove-bolted to the sides of...
  99. Thread: Let it snow

    by Spudgunner
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    Re: Let it snow

    Nope, thank goodness... but I could see the enemy decending the slopes above us. I got the TC back from BC today. Got charged about $275 for a hyd fluid change (with both filters). I didn't think...
  100. Thread: Let it snow

    by Spudgunner
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    Re: Let it snow

    I use 9, 70# landscape blocks in the TC bed for ballast.

    The TC bed has some prepunched square holes that you can use stove bolts with in order to make a quick bedliner out of four 2x4's. For the...
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