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SAFETY EQUIPMENT
Your Bobcat Loader must be equipped with these safety items for your protection. Take care of them, and inspect their condition often. 1. Seat Belts: Check seat belts for frayed or cut webbing, damaged buckles or loose mounting brackets. Operator Guard: Check operator guard for damage. Be sure fasteners are in place correctly. Operating Lights (Optional): Inspect working condition of all lighting. Parking Brake: Check operation of parking brake. Safety Treads: t<eep safety treads Clean. Replace them if they become worn or come off. Fire Extinguisher (Optional): Check fire extinguisher for full contents and seal.

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FOREWORD
This book is written to give the owner/operator necessary operating, servicing and preventive maintenance instructions for the Model 743 Bobcat loader. Read this manual completely and know the loader before operating and servicing it. To find a section, put thumb on the tab and turn pages until correct section is reached. For any extra information needed, see your Bobcat dealer. Do not do any service procedures that are not in the OPERATOR'S MANUAL! Only service personnel that have had training in service of the Bobcat loader can do these service procedures. If extra Parts Books, Service Manuals or Operator's Manuals are needed, they are available through the Bobcat dealer in your area for an added cost.

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

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DECALS GENERAL INFORMATION MAJOR PARTS OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE TROUBLESHOOTING 55 61 43 1 19 39

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743 Loader Operator's Manual . BUCKET .Roll-Over Protective Structure. ROPS.Floation (Optional) tires are shown. Falling Object Protective Structure.743 BOBCAT LOADER IDENTIFICATION FRONT LIGHTS SEAT OPERATOR HANDBOOK I -~ OPERATOR SEAT SAFETY AUXILIARY HYDRAULIC LINES **BUCKET 6-3817 UPRI * * * (ROPS & FOPS) OPERATOR GUARD '-----L1FT ARM LIFT CYLINDER REAR DOOR ~ C-_2_59_7~ ~ ** *** * TIRES . FOPS . Bobcats are base-equipped with standard tires.Several different buckets and other attachments are available for the Bobcat loader.

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS 7 10 2 4 6 16 17 17 1 12 4 8 5 15 4 15 4 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE YOU START THE ENGINE BOBCAT LOADER OPERATION CONTROLS DASH PANEL HYDRAULIC CONTROLS LIFT ARM STOP LIFTING THE OPERATOR GUARD LOWERING THE OPERATOR GUARD OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS OPERATING PROCEDURE PARKING BRAKE STARTING THE ENGINE STEERING LEVERS STOPPING THE BOBCAT LOADER STOPPING THE ENGINE TRANSPORTING THE BOBCAT LOADER THROTTLE CONTROL c 743 Loader Operator' 5 Manual .

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1). 2 Seat Adjustment Read the safety instructions inside the front cover of the operator's manual. 6 Seat Bar Lowered -. 1.' Using Safety Treads & Grab Handles Fig. 4. Use the safety treads and grab handles when you get on or off the loader (Fig. C-2637 C-2622 Fig. C-2621 C-2623 C-2624 Fig. o 2. engage the parking brake and lower the lift arms before you get off the loader. Adjust and fasten the seat belt (Fig. 3 Fasten Seat Belt Fig. 5 and 6). Carefully follow these instructions to take advantage of the Bobcat loader's design. It is important that you use the following procedures when you operate the loader. Fig. 4 Lower Seat Bar AWARNING Remember to stop the engine. 3) and lower the seat bar (Figs. B-3943 B-3878 You must remember operator safety at all times while you operate the loader.OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS c DO NOT operate the Bobcat loader until you have read this operator's manual completely. Check that the parking brake is engaged before you start the engine. 5 Lower Seat Bar Fig. Adjust the seat position for easy operation of the loader (Fig. Instructions for operating the Bobcat loader with safety and efficiency are given on the following pages. 2).- 743 Loader Operator's Manual .

Keep personnel away from the work area . 6. Learn the action of the steering controls. 7). Read the Operator's Manual. fastening the seat belt and keeping feet on the control pedals. The area must have good ventilation and be free of sparks or open fire (Fig. Make sure that the OPERATORHANDBOOK (Fig. All controls must be in the neutral position before you start the engine (Seat bar lowered and parking brake engaged). When the seat bar is raised the hydraulic pedals are in a locked position. stop the engine and engage the parking brake before you leave the seat.3. 7 Fuel Fill 7. Fig. DO NOT fill the fuel tank until after the engine is stopped and is cool. is on the b. Safety signs (Decals) are available from your Bobcat dealer. 8) PIN 6566014 Bobcat loader and is read by the operator. Before operating the Bobcat loader you must do the following: a. AWARNING Do not operate the Bobcat without lowering the seat bar. 5. 4. The Bobcat has a seat belt and a seat bar. You must replace any damaged safety signs (Decals) that are not in the correct locations. Fully lower the lift arms and bucket. Follow the instructions on all the safety signs (Decals) that are on the Bobcat loader in the locations shown in figure 8. CONTROLS All of the controls for operation the Bobcat loader are in easy reach of the operator. Learn the location and the action of all the instruments on the dash panel. -2- 743 Loader Operator's Manual .while you are operating the loader. 8.

_ 6563484 C-2597 8-3817 FiQ_ 8 Decal Locations -3- 743 Loader Operator's Manual .."""'.OT lEAVI eOBCAT "'''MSIJI'O''8ItAAfDFF 00 NOT OPU..-.......IIMS UP LIFT 00 ".......'>I .... :~ 6561383 1>0 IfOT TR.1""\ M_~t""9_"_ nnT_"_ ~-::_':". =:.. _ DIESEL I\.0":::'::: 0..EN8AOE LOCKINa LEVIRS I..... . .... __ _t ..o....oo"'w. Tirez pour cou~r Ie moteur.._........ detaner . A WARNINGS FUU...._ ."':.. _..... "._ . -. Zum Abatellen d•• Motors zteMn."'NG.. par..... ... "-----_ .~bobcDt OPERATOR'S HANDBOOK Pull to atop engine.An 'oaCAT "U". WITHOUTOPf"AtOll GUAIIO . WARNING . .. ng-....... _. _ _....::: :::"=:::=....i:. Tlr.. ______ . ---__--...._--__ _-_ _ ... n"V. WARNUNG AMONESTACION AVERTISSEMENT l' ..1 motor.__ __ c 6561387 .._ ...._ ..VEl OlfrU"fII WITH WtlH TH{Lln UIGINl .

8. For starting the 2. 3. VOLTMETER Shows the condition of the battery and the rate of charge. LIGHT SWITCH - THROTTLE CONTROL The throttle control is at the right side of the operator's seat (Fig.Low transmission charge pressure or high oil temperature. PARKING BRAKE (Fig. 7.DASH PANEL The dash panel has the instruments (Fig. TRANSMISSION WARNING LIGHT . Engine RPM is controlled by moving the throttle forward to increase the engine RPM and backwards to decrease the engine RPM. 6. FUSES . To release the parking brake push down on the bottom (heel) of the pedal. 12 Parking Brake -4- 743 Loader Operator's Manual . Stop the engine if this light comes on and check for the cause. Records the total operating hours of the loader. A-2415R Locked Postion L -- Released Position fI~ I B-3745 // A-2414R Fig. Item 1) out to stop the engine. 10 5. Fig. Controls the work and travel lights. 10. 12) The parking brake is engaged by pushing down on the top (toe) of the pedal into locked position. Throttle Control Fig. KEY SWITCH engine. STOPPING THE ENGINE Pull the throttle fully backward to decrease the engine RPM. 9): following 1. ENGINE WARNING LIGHT Engine coolant is hot or oil pressure is low. FUEL GAUGE HOURMETER Shows the amount of fuel in the fuel tank. Pull the fuel shut off control near the left steering lever (Fig. 11. Turn the key to the "OFF" position and push the fuel shut off control in after the engine has stopped. Stop the engine if this light comes on and check for the cause of the problem. 9 Dash Panel 4. 11 Fuel Shut Off Control AWARNING Remember to stop the engine.To protect the electrial system from electrical overload. C-2533 Fig. Item 1). engage the parking brake and lower the lift arms before you get off the loader.

The steering levers control forward and reverse travel and turning of the loader (Fig. c To increase the travel speed. 15. than LEFT RIGHT c D FAST TURN Fast Turning (Pivot Spin) Push one lever forward and pull the other lever backward (E & F). f Normal Turning Move one lever farther forward the other rc & D). E Fig. push the levers farther forward. 1 A B TURN TURN Forward Travel Push both levers forward (A). Reverse Travel Pull both levers backwards (8). 13).STEERING LEVERS (Fig. 13 Operator's Steering Procedures F -5- PI-1849 743 Loader Operator's Manual . 13) The location of the steering levers is on the right and left side in front of the seat (Fig. For maximum power and slow travel speed. Item 6). push the levers forward only a small amount. FORWARD BACKWARDS When you engage the levers do it slow because only a small movement of the levers is necessary to move the loader.

Pushing on the top (toe) of pedal lowers the lift arms (Fig. 15. Push the top (toe) of the pedal to tilt the Bob-Tach forward (Fig. Pushing on the bottom (heel) of the pedal raises the lift arms (Fig. 15. 15. 14).Always keep feet on the foot pedal controls while operating the Bobcat loader. 15. 15. 14 Feet on Pedals Two foot pedals control the hydraulic cylinders for the tilt function and the lift arms (Fig. Fig. The bucket will follow the ground as the loader moves backward. Item 4). Fig. Item 3) all the way forward until the pedal is in locked position puts the lift arms in a "float" position. 743 Loader Operator's Manual -6- . HYDRAULIC CONTROLS A·2742 Foot Pedals (Hydraulic) Put your feet on the pedals and KEEPTHEM THEREany time you operate the loader (Fig. Item 2). Lift Arm Operation The left pedal controls the lift arms. 15. Tilt (Bucket) Operation The right pedal controls the tilting action of the Bob-Tach (Example: When using attachments such as buckets and forks). Item 1). Item 3). Item 5). 15 Drive & Hydraulic Controls Float Position Pushing the top (toe) of the lift pedal (Fig. Push the bottom (heel) of the pedal to tilt the Bob-Tach backward (Fig.

1. Loader Lift Arm and Cylinder Pivot Points .change filter. Ignition System . Tires . Engine Air System . instrument operation. points and timing-replace onlyl. Hydraulic System . loose wheel nuts. 16 Auxiliary Control (Detent) BEFORE YOU START THE ENGINE Check all items shown under "EVERY 10 HOURS" on the Service Schedule Decal (Fig.. 811. 6561387 Fig.check the fluid level. and grills . 2.check for leaks and damaged components.replace filter element. Engine Cooling System ..drain fluid and replace. Spark Arrestor Muffler .check coolant level cold. See operator's manual for more instructions. Hydraulic System .check plugs. and oil leaks. Auxiliary Lever The right steering lever is also the control lever for the auxiliary hydraulic system (Fig..drain fluid and replace. Controls and Brakes . Move the lever in the opposite direction to reverse the action of the attachment. See your Operator's Manual for recommended fluid.__ ". SCHEDULE EVERY 10 HOURS _-=.check condition. 18).. 4. Consulta el Manual del Operador para mas instrucci6nes.change bronze filter. Move the lever to the left or to the right to activate auxiliary and to operate an attachment (Example: To open the grapple teeth). 3.check level-do not overfill (See oil specification below). See your Operator's Manual for recommended fluid. Se reporter au manual de l'operateur pour plus enseignements.clean debris from cooling fins. Hydraulic Fluid . 3..check for loose or broken parts. damaged seat belt or operator guard. 1. Engine Oil . Weitere instrucktionen finde" sie in der Bedienungsanleitung. 4. 5. General . 2. Engine Oil . 1. 17) and checklist (Fig.empty spark chamber. 7. etc. Fuel Filters .~---)\ "1 \" /0 \~_) e ~ . (i) EVERY 1000 HOURS c 2.check operation. .70 x 1240 psi [275 kPaJl-inspect for cuts.. See your Operator's Manual for recommended fluid. Battery . add 50-50 ethylene glycol. Drive Line . 2. Chain Case . &.grease U-joint with approved grease recommended in Service Manual. 5. HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR CHAIN CASE ~~~~j EVERY 50 HOURS e TRANSMISSION OIL FILTER EVERY 100 HOURS faulty parts (gasoline EVERY 200 HOURS EVERY 500 HOURS 100B 1000B ~ 1. See Operator's Manual for recommended fluid. 16). shrouds. 2. Engine Air Filter (empty dust cap. 1. See your Operator's Manual for recommended fluid.remove trapped water. Move the lever farther to the right to put the valve into "detent" position. 6.. Fig. 843 Final Fuel Filter . This will give a constant flow of oil to the attachment such as a backhoe. SERVICE 1.check the fluid level.drain hot and change filter (every 25 hours on 310 loader).. Hydraulic Case . 10E) ~--. adjust if needed. Chain Case .water as needed and check fan and pump drive belts for condition and tension (liquid coolad only).change element if needed).clean sediment bowl. 17 Service Schedule -7- 743 Loader Operator's Manual . 843 Primary Fuel Filter . Fig.check inflation pressure (flotation 35 PSI (241 kPal standard 50 PSI (340 kPaJl (5. 8. 3.lubricate 10 points with multipurpose lithium base grease (12 point on 300 series loaders]. 2.NOTE: Remove the bolt used to lock the auxiliary lever during shipment before you use the auxiliary (See Page 36.

191. DAILY INSPECTION '" '" '" '" Check Operator Guard Check Seat Belt and Replace if Damaged Check Tires and Tire Pressure Check Hydraulic Oil Level STARTING THE ENGINE AWARNING DO NOT start the engine unless you are in the seat and have the seat belt fastened around you. unless the Bobcat loader has the correct equipment for these kinds of conditions (Fig. 18 Check Engine Oil Level Check Air Cleaner Check Fuel Level A-2155 Inspection Checklist When starting your loader in a closed area make sure there is enough ventilation (Fig. 19 Exhaust Conditions AWARNING Loaders with diesel. 20). DO NOT use these loaders in atmospheres with explosive dusts or gases or where exhaust can contact flammable materials. Battery gas is very explosive. 20 Explosive Dust Conditions WARNING Exposive Dust Conditions DO NOT ENTER 8-3889 -8- 743 Loader Operator's Manual . gasoline or LPG as fuels have hot engine parts and hot exhaust gas with sparks or flames. Fig. If booster cables must be used to start the engine avoid sparks. '" '" '" Fig. at electrical contacts. EXHAUST FUMES CAN KILL. Keep flammable material aways from the engine parts. Electrical systems may have arcs or sparks.Always let the engine warm completely before you begin operation for each day. Fig.

Item D). DO NOT run the starter more than fifteen seconds. 23. Adjust the seat position so that you can reach the controls of the Bobcat loader (Fig. Item A). Make sure that the controls are in the neutral "CENTER" position (Fig. . Fasten and adjust the seat belt. 23. Fig. preheat again. 23. Fig. For Easier Starting in Cold Temperature If the starting temperatures are below 32°F. If the engine does not start. Item C).. (O°C. 23. Fig.). 23. Item Fl. Item B) and push the fuel shut off knob in. the warning light must go off (Fig. page 23). Engage the parking brake. N ~ NOTE: It may be necessary to use the preheat for 30 seconds (Fig. PI-2188R 2. 23 Starting Procedure -9- 743 Loader Operator's Manual . 22 Fastening Seat Belt A 4. Let the starter cool for one minute before engaging the starter again. ~ N ~~ . Turn the key switch to the "ON" position. .Normal Starting Condition 1. 22). Stop the engine if the warning lights do not go off. The engine must start within fifteen seconds. B 5. Lower the seat bar (Fig.. Check that the engine and the transmission warning lights are illuminated (Fig. Make sure the battery is at full charge. When the engine has started. 23. Replace the engine oil with the correct type and viscosity for the anticipated starting temperature (See "Oil Specifications". Put the throttle at 1/2 throttle position (Fig. Item E). 21 Adjusting the Seat 3. Check for the cause of the problem (See the "Troubleshooting" section of this manual). use the following procedures to make the starting easier: E ( m I( ~ I~ c 1. 2. Turn the key switch to "START" and hold it until the engine starts (Fig. 21).''_-.

J and below) increase the warm up time. 4. repeat Step 2.AWARNING Cold Temperature Starting 1. move the throttle lever forward to increase engine RPM. Steering difficult. During very cold temperature conditions (ooF. 3. 24). 5. Item F). When the engine is running. more warm up time is needed. tilt the Bob-Tach backward and continue holding the bottom (heel) of the tilt pedal down to let oil go over relief pressure. the loader may be Do not exceed rated operating capacity of the Bobcat loader (Fig. BOBCAT LOADER OPERATION AWARNING Bucket Size Use the correct bucket size for the type of material you are working with to get the most efficiency from the Bobcat loader. Let the engine run for a minimum of five minutes to warm up. Let the starter cool for one minute before engaging the starter again. A-2402 Fig. Turn the key to the left to "PRE-HEAT" position and hold for one minute (Fig. 24 Excessive Load Capacity -10- 743 Loader Operator's Manual . 23. If the engine does not start. This is very important for the hydrostatic transmission. To warm the oil faster. 23. There will be a loss of stability. 2. Do not system. use ether with glow plug Follow steps 1 through 4 in "Normal Starting Conditions". 3. 4. Check that the warning indicator lamps are NOT ILLUMINATED. If the transmission warning light becomes illuminated when trying to operate the loader. Turn the key to "START" and engage the starter (Fig. Item D). 2. DO NOT run the starter more than fifteen seconds. Increased wear of the tires. Life of the Bobcat loader may be shortened. Many types of buckets are available to fit different applications. You can cause these problems when you use a bucket of the wrong size: 1. [-23°C. The engine must start within fifteen seconds.

Pull up on the Bob-Tach levers until they stop. Tilt the Bob-Tach forward. Item 2) in the attachment. 28 Locking Wedges -11- 743 Loader Operator's Manual . 26 Lifting Bucket 2. 28. 25 Installing the Bucket Fig. 27) until the levers are in the locked position. Stop the engine. 27 Locking Bob-Tach Levers 5. 4. DO NOT damage the Bob-Tach levers. Start the engine and tilt the Bob-Tach forward. To install an attachment bucket: 1. 25). 26).Installation of Attachments The Bobcat is equipped with a BobTach system. Push down on the Bob-Tach levers (Fig. two such as a Bob-Tach AWARNING The levers have spring tension! Hold the Bob-Tach levers tightly and release the levers at a slow rate. o 2. 28. Item 1) extend through the holes (Fig. Removal of Attachments 1. Drive the Bobcat loader Fig. Tilt the Bob-Tach backward until the bucket is lifted off the ground (Fig. Pull up on the locking levers. Fig. Fully lower the lift arms and tilt the Bob-Tach forward so that the front of the bucket is just above the ground. Check that the wedges (Fig. Drive forward to the bucket until the top edge of the Bob-Tach is under the flange of the bucket and centered (Fig. Stop the engine. 3. The Bob-Tach is used for fast changing of buckets and attachments. backwards away from the attachment. Fig. 3.

Take advantage of the efficient operation of the compact Bobcat loader. not across a slope (Fig. When you are learning to use the Bobcat. 4. operate the loader at a slow rate. Decrease the cycle time by the use of a Fast Turn (See Page 5) rather than a "go backward . WITH BUCKET FULL 6. This will keep the material from falling off the back of the bucket. 2. Keep the work area small so that the cycle time is short. 5. AWARNING Always carry the bucket low while driving the Bobcat loader from location to location. Fill the bucket to the rated load capacity. Keep the travel distance as short as possible. Tilt the bucket as you raise the lift arms or drive up a slope. Keep the work area as level as possible. Go directly up and down a slope. 7. Go up and down a slope with the heavy end of the loader toward the top of the slope. You can turn the Bobcat loader better with a rated capacity load than with less than a rated capacity load. 29).go forward" turn.OPERATING PROCEDURE 1. Fig. 29 Slope Conditions -12- 743 Loader Operator's Manual . 3.

Push the top (toe) of the tilt pedal to put the cutting edge of the bucket on the ground (A). Drive the loader forward at a slow rate into the material and push the bottom (heel) of the tilt pedal to raise the front of the bucket. Push the top (toe) of the tilt pedal until the bucket is empty. LOADER PEDAL CONTROLS 2. If all the material is near the side of the truck box or bin it can be pushed to the other side with the bucket (C). Drive the Bobcat loader backward away from the material (B). Push down on the bottom (heel) of the lift pedal to raise the bucket over the truck box or bin (C). 27) 1. Push down on the top (toe) of the lift pedal until the lift arms of the Bobcat loader are all the way down. Drive the loader forward at a slow rate until the bucket is over the truck box or bin. 30) 1. PI-2565 BACKFILLING PI-2565 Fig_ 30 Hydraulic Controls -13- 743 Loader Operator's Manual . To Empty the Bucket (Fig.Filling the Bucket (Fig. Push down on the top (toe) of the tilt pedal small amounts while you raise the lift arms to keep the material from falling off the back of the bucket. DIGGING 2.

Push the bottom (heel) of the tilt pedal to tilt the bucket backward as far as it will go when the bucket is full (F). 4. it is easier to fill the bucket if you raise and lower the cutting edge of the bucket with the tilt pedal while you drive forward at a slow rate. raise the lift arms to empty the bucket. Tilt the bucket forward as soon as it is past the edge of the hole (I). Push the top (toe) of the tilt pedal until the cutting edge of the bucket will contact the ground (D). 2. 3. and the weight of the lift arms and bucket will hold the bucket on the ground. 2. raise the lift arms and tilt the bucket while you are driving the Bobcat loader forward (G). When necessary. Push the top (toe) of the lift pedal until the pedal is in locked position. 3. Put the lift arms all the way down. When the ground is hard. Continue to drive the Bobcat loader forward until the bucket is full. Filling a Hole (Fig. Push the bottom (heel) of the tilt pedal a small amount to increase traction and keep an even digging depth (E). 30) 1. 743 Loader Operator's Manual -14- . This will put the lift arms in a "float" position. drive the Bobcat loader up to the hole with the bucket low. Drive the Bobcat loader forward at a slow rate and continue to tilt the bucket down until it enters the ground (D). 2. 30) (See Page 6 Float Position) 1. 5.Digging into the Ground (Fig. When you fill a hole. 30) 1. Drive backward to move the material (H). Making the Ground Level Using Float Position (Fig. To move the material to fill ground that is not level. To make the ground level raise the lift arms and tilt the bucket forward over the ground.

AWARNING Use steel loading ramps when loading the Bobcat loader onto a transport vehicle. Pull the throttle all the way backward. 6. 31 Loading the Bobcat -15- 743 Loader Operator's Manual . TRANSPORTING THE BOBCAT LOADER Steel ramps are available to be used to load the Bobcat loader onto a transport vehicle. Stop the Bobcat loader on level ground. A loader with an empty bucket or no attachment must be loaded backwards onto the transport vehicle (Fig. 2. PI. Make sure the hydraulic controls are in locked position when the seat bar is raised. Lower the lift arms all the way and put the edge of the bucket on the ground.lIlthe fuel shut off button out. 7. 31) (See Page 12). 5.STOPPING THE BOBCAT LOADER When you are stopping and leaving the Bobcat loader. Remove the key from the switch to prevent operation of the Bobcat loader by personnel other than the approved operator. Lift the seat bar and disconnect the seat belt. c . DO NOT use wooden planks. B-2668R Fig. Turn the key switch position. to the "OFF" 4. 3. Engage the parking brake. use the following procedure: 1. (See your local Bobcat dealer).

until the lift arm stop is installed. 6558015 5. Put a chain through the axle gusset and fasten to the Bobcat loader and to the trailer (Fig. to the loader and to the trailer (Fig. 32). follow this procedure: 1. 1. 4. 3. 34) NOTE: Lift arm stops are available at your local Bobcat dealer. 2. Lower the lift arms until the stop is held between the lift arms and the lift cylinder. Have the second person install the lift arm stop over the rod of one lift cylinder. 34 Lift Arm Stop -16- 743 Loader Operator's Manual . Start the engine and raise the lift arms all the way up. 33). 33 Fastening Loader 3. Fig. Install chains to hold the Bobcat loader in position to prevent it from moving during sudden stops or when going up and down slopes. 32 Fastening the Loader LIFT ARM STOP (Fig. Two (2) persons are needed to install the lift arm stop.A fter the loader is on the transport vehicle. Engage the parking brake. NOTE: Make sure the lift arm stop is tight against the cylinder rod. Lower the bucket or attachment to the floor and stop the engine. Fig. 5. with the seat belt fastened. 4. One person must be in the operator's seat. Fig. 2. Fasten chains. one in each upright cutout. Stop the engine.

7. 8. Fig. 5. reach the ring on the cable from under the lift cylinder. Stand on the ground (one person on each side) and pull down on the operator guard until it contacts the lock mechanism. 35). to LIFTING THE OPERATOR GUARD AWARNING 1. 35 Electrical Connection 2. Fig. Lift slowly until the operator guard is all the way up. engage the brake. Do not work on the loader with the lift arms in a raised position with support. Stand on the ground (one person on each side) and lift the operator guard using the grab handles and the bottom of the guard (Fig. and disconnect the wiring harness behind the seat (Fig.. 37 Raising Operator Guard (Correct) 2. Avoid slippery surfaces when lowering the operator guard. Put jackstands or blocks under the rear corners of the loader to keep the loader from tipping backwards. Avoid slippery surfaces when lifting the operator guard. Two (2) persons are needed to lower the operator guard. Put the lift arms all the way down. Use lift arm stops or other methods. Fig. B-3846R LOWERING THE OPERATORGUARD 1. 37 & 38). Do not reach between the lift arms and the lift cylinder. o AWARNING If the lift arms are raised. Two (2) persons are needed to lift the operator guard. 38 Raising Operator Guard (Wrong) -17- 743 Loader Operator's Manual . Stop the loader on a level surface. Remove the two (2) bolt assemblies (including washers) at the front corners of the operator guard (Fig. The operator guard will lock in this position. 4. Stop the engine. 3. 36). Fig. 36 Operator Guard Bolts C·2599 6.

(54 . Connect the wiring harness behind the seat (Fig. Pull the cable (Fig. Fig. 37).3. Tighten the nuts to 40 -50 ft-Ibs.69 Nm) torque (Fig. 39 Operator Guard Cable -18- 743 Loader Operator's Manual . 39) while the second person lifts the operator guard a small amount until the lock mechanism is released. Install the two (2) bolt assemblies (including washers). 6. 36). 5. 35). Both persons must slowly lower the operator guard by holding the bottom of the operator guard and the grab handles (Fig. 4.

PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE o I~ ADJUSTING DOOR LATCH AIR CLEANER SERVICE ALTERNATOR BELT AUXILIARY CONTROL LOCKBOL T BOB.TACH BRAKE PEDAL ADJUSTMENT COOLANT LEVEL DELIVERY REPORT ELECTRICAL SYSTEM ENGINE LUBRICATION SYSTEM ENGINE SERVICE FINAL DRIVE TRANSMISSION (CHAINCASE) FUEL FILTER FUEL SYSTEM FUEL SYSTEM SERVICE HYDRAULIC/HYDROSTATIC OIL RESERVOIR HYDRAULIC SYSTEM LUBRICATION OF THE BOBCAT LOADER OPERATOR GUARD PIVOT PINS REMOVING AIR FROM THE FUEL SYSTEM REMOVING COOLANT FROM THE COOLING SYSTEM REPLACEMENT OF ENGINE OIL & FILTER REPLACEMENT OF THE HYDRAULIC FILTER SERVICE SCHEDULE SPARK ARRESTOR MUFFLER THIRTY HOUR INSPECTION TIRE MAINTENANCE TO DRAIN CHAINCASE OIL TO INSTALL A NEW BATTERY USING AN EXTRA BATTERY (JUMP STARTING) 20 20 24 36 35 36 23 37 24 22 20 32 21 21 21 31 31 34 35 36 22 24 23 32 19 29 37 33 33 29 27 PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE c 743 Loader Operator's Manual .

Do not lift or lower operator guard without instructions from Operator's Manual or Service Manual. hot parts. oil Check recommended fluids. If acid contacts eyes. loose objects. skin or clothing flush well with water. When connecting extra battery for "jump" start always make the last connection (negative cable) to the engine never at the battery. Lead acid batteries produce flammable and explosive gases.CORRECT AWARNING DO NOT service the Bobcat loader without instructions or taking the necessary safety precautions. Battery acid causes severe burns. Do not modify equipment or attachments not approved manufacturer. and clothing away from electrical contacts. engine of Keep body. When removing the "jump" start cables. A A Stop and cool engine before adding fuel. Keep arcs. A Machine must be stopped and cool before checking fluids. For contact with eyes get immediate medical attention. moving parts. always remove the negative (-) cable from the engine first. Do not arc battery. add by A Use lift arm stops before working under raised lift arms. CORRECT A Cleaning and required daily. A A Read the Operator's Manual. Keep rear door service. closed except for A A A A Do not wear loose clothing around the loader. sparks. Use Do not lift or lower operator guard without jackstands or blocks under rear corners of loader. and exhaust. NO SMOKING. flames. Two people standing on the ground are needed to raise the operator guard. and lighted tobacco away from the battery. A Safety Alert Symbol . Do not service loader without using a lift arm stop when lift arms are raised. cool. CORRECT Stop. maintenance are WARNING: Failure to obey warnings may cause injury or death. Do not stand on loader when lifting or lowering operator guard. A A daily. and clean flammable material.

Check battery cables for corrosion. Grease 3 fittings. Adjust as needed. Change the oil and the engine oil filter. Remove the plug and clean the spark chamber. Use lift arm stops or other methods. The brakes must hold the Bobcat when the pedals is in locked position. AWARNING DO NOT work on the loader with the lift arms in a raised position without support.SERVICE SCHEDULE Maintenance work must be done at regular intervals. ROPS and Seat SCHEDULE SERVICE REQUIRED 8-10 50 HOURS 100 250 500 11000 Check the oil level and add oil as needed. Check the oil level in the reservoir and add as needed. cold. Replace the hydraulic oil. Empty the dust cap and replace the filter element when the red ring shows in the indicator window. 743 Loader Operator's Manual o • U-Joint • 40 Mircon Filter Engine Fuel Filter • Chaincase Hydraulic Oil Reservoir * Indicates item which requires dealer service. damage and leaks and replace as Safety Signs (Decals) All Loader Pivot Areas Hydraulic Oil Engine Oil and Filter Battery Hydraulic Tubelines and Hoses V-Belts Engine Fuel Filter Brakes Hydraulic Filter Spark Arrestor Steering Levers Check the tension and make the adjustment. Tighten wheel nuts to 115 ft. -19- . Check the air pressure and for any damge to the tires. Check the condition of the seat belt. Replace the filter element . Replace any signs (Decals) that are not in the correct location. SERVICE ITEM Engine Oil Engine Air Cleaner Engine Cooling Tires Wheel Nuts Seat Bar Belt. Check covers. Check for necessary. Check the water level. Check the ROPS fastening bolts to make sure they are tight. Remove water from filter. Check for damaged signs (Decals).-Ibs. Check coolant level in recovery tank. Failure to do so will result in damage to the Bobcat loader or the engine. Lubricate grease fittings (2). Check that the battery cables are tight. DO NOT change this service schedule unless you increase the frequency of service when the Bobcat loader is operated in very hot. (1 55 Nm) torque. Replace the hydraulic oil. The service schedule is a guide for correct maintenance of the Bobcat loader. dusty or corrosive conditions. Check seat bar for correct operation. Replace the filter element. Add grease to the fittings until extra grease shows. Change bronze filter.

Loosen the clamp on the dust cup (Fig. 42. 41). The large air cleaner element (outer) must be replaced when the red ring shows in the window of the condition indicator (Fig. Item 2) and empty the dust cup. Remove the rubber boot (Fig. Replace the inner filter element (Fig. Clean the inside of the filter housing so that the element has a smooth surface to contact at the seal (Fig. 44. Make sure you close the door and fasten the latch tightly before operating the Bobcat loader. ADJUSTING DOOR LATCH Loosen the set screw.ENGINE SERVICE AWARNING Stop. The door must contact the machine at the bottom (Fig. Item 1). Item 3) from corrosion. Install the dust cup and tighten the clamp. 3. B-3853 B-4101 Fig. Remove the dust cup and the element. Fig. 42). 40). 43 -20Condition Indicator 2. DO NOT remove the inner filter. Fig. It will take approximately 50 Ibs. The set screw must be aligned with the flat surface of the bolt. 44. 4. Pull the door latch up and to the left to release the door latch (Fig. 44. The door can then be fully opened to get to the engine. especially if the Bobcat loader is used in a fertilizer application. Turn the nut on the end of the latch pin (Fig. Install the outer filter element. cool and clean the engine of flammable material. Service as follows: 1. 743 Loader Operator's Manual . Never service or adjust machine with engine running unless instructed to do so. 42 Closing Door B-4099 It is important to service the air cleaner system at regular intervals for good engine performance and long service life. of force to push the latch down. Item 1). Item 1) and the top with the lever in the position shown in (Fig. AWARNING AIR CLEANER SERVICE Keep the rear door closed except for service. When the latch is adjusted correctly tighten the set screw. Item 4) every third time of servicing or if the red ring still shows. 41 Adjusting Latch Open the rear door to service the engine. 44. 43. in the indicator window after replacing the outer element. 40 Releasing Rear Door Fig.

Item 2). Check that the clamps are tight. 44 Air Cleaner Filter AWARNING FUEL SYSTEM SERVICE Never add fuel to the Bobcat loader when the engine is running or is hot. 5. Use a clean. 46 Fuel Filling Procedure -21- 743 Loader Operator's Manual . at the condition indicator (Fig. 43. 45 Fuel Filling Location 4. 6. 2. The key switch must be in the "OFF" position and the engine cool. Fig. Close the fuel line shut off valve (Fig. c Push the button. Item 1). number 1 is recommended. 45. Fig. Add fuel only in an area that has a free movement of air and no open flames or sparks. NO SMOKING (Fig. Fig. Tighten the cap on the fuel tank (Fig. During very cold temperature conditions. To replace the element: 1. approved safety container to add fuel.5. to remove the red ring. 8·3854 3. hoses and the FUEL SYSTEM Use number 2 diesel fuel in the engine. Use only clean fuel of the correct specifications. 46). 45. 45. NO SMOKING! Remove the filler cap to service the fuel tank as follows (Fig. Item 1): 1. Item 1). FUEL FILTER o The fuel filter is installed on the right upright in the engine compartment.

Remove the filter by removing the bolt (Fig. 48. REMOVING SYSTEM AIR FROM THE FUEL A fter replacement of the fuel filter element or when the fuel tank has run out of fuel. Do Not tighten the plug until the fuel flows from the ground plug.2. 47. A-1528 Fig. Position the throttle at minimum RPM. Turn the engine over with the starter. 47. Item 1) on the top of the injector pump and squeeze bulb several times (Fig. 47 Fuel Filter Service 5. Item 3). Then tighten the plug. 48 Engine Dipstick Location ENGINE LUBRICATION SYSTEM Check the oil level each day. Loosen the plug on the top of the filter head (Fig. 48. air must be removed from the fuel system before starting the engine. Item 21. Use a good quality motor oil that has the correct API Service Classification (See Chart). 49). 49 Dipstick -22- 743 Loader Operator's Manual . 8-3601 Fig. Check for leaks. Check the seal for damage and where the seal makes contact. Loosen the valve (Fig. stop the engine and remove the dipstick at the right side of the engine (Fig. Put lubricant on the rubber gasket of the new element. Item 2). close the valve. Item 1). Keep Oil Level Between These Marks To check the oil level. Fig. After installing the new element open the fuel shut-off valve. 47. Repair as needed. 3. When the engine starts and runs smoothly. To remove air: 1. The oil level must be kept between the ADD and the FULL marks on the dipstick (Fig. 4.

Item 2). Item 2). Clean the filter housing surface. Remove all the oil from the engine. Check for leaks at the filter. 51. NOTE: DO NOT overfill the crankcase. Remove the oil plug (Fig. Item 1).-. Start the engine and let it run for about 5 minutes. Stop the engine. 51 To replace engine oil and filter: 1. 52 Coolant Recovery Tank 743 Loader Operator's Manual . Check the oil and add oil until the oil level is at the FULL mark on the dipstick. Add coolant to the coolant recovery tank when the coolant level is low. Install the filter and tighten the filter hand tight. 4. the coolant recovery tank must be 1/3 full.·£"'1 '. 5. The location of the tank is on the right upright in the engine compartment (Fig. Remove the oil filler cap (Fig. Item 1). 50 Oil Plug PI. Co -34 -29 -23 -18 -13 -7 -1 +4 +10 +15 +21 +27 +32 +38 B-3600 Fig.5l) of oil in the engine (See the Oil Chart).358 FO -30 -20 -10 0 + 10 +20 +30 +40 +50 +60 + 70 +80 +90 + 100 1 fC) TEMPERATURE RANGE ANTICIPATED BEFORE NEXT OIL CHANGE (GASOLINE: USE API CLASSIFICATION SE or SF) (DIESEL: USE API CLASSIFICATION CC or CD) Fig. Operate the engine for about 15 minutes. Remove Oil Filler Cup 2. 52. 51. Put 9 quarts (8. RECOMMENDED SAE VISCOSITY NUMBER (LUBRICATION OILS FOR ENGINE CRANKCASE) 1. 50. When the engine is cool. Install the oil plug. . o COOLANT LEVER The cooling system has a coolant recovery tank. 3. -23- Fig. Remove the oil filter (Fig. Put clean oil on the gasket of the new filter. Check the coolant level.I REPLACEMENT OF ENGINE OIL AND FILTER g Replace the engine oil and filter after every 50 hours of loader operation.

Loosen the adjustment bolt and move the alternator to set tension at 1/4" (6. The valve to remove the coolant is on the lef side of the engine block (Fig. 53). 2.35 rnrn). Ir70~ O -------- 1/4" (6. 2. To Fill The Coolant System 1. 3. ~~ ~ 1. Fill the radiator and install the radiator cap. Fig. Then tighten the adjustment bolt. Close the drain valve (Fig. -24Fig. 53 Removing Coolant 1. negative ground alternator charge system. ALTERNATOR BELT To adjust the belt tension (Fig. Item 2). 4. 2. Connect a hose to the valve or use a funnel to keep coolant from getting into the engine compartment. Mix 50% water and 50% antifreeze (See Specifications Page 59) for capacity. 3. Stop the engine. 53). 56 & 57) The Bobcat has a 12 volt. Fill the coolant recovery tank 1/3 full. Turn the valve so that the lever is toward the outlet of the valve. To remove the coolant: Fig. Remove the radiator cap (Fig.REMOVING COOLANT FROM THE COOLING SYSTEM AWARNING Do not remove the radiator cap when the engine is hot. 55): e-. Remove the grill (Fig. Install the grill. Radiator Cap 5. 54. 55 Belt Adjustment B·3597 743 Loader Operator's Manual . Item 1). 54 4.35 mm) ELECTRICAL SYSTEM (Fig. 54. The grill must be removed to do this.

ge I.ge Orl..ge DIrk Gree.ge a.ge a.ge and Black Orl. • ~ 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 o • PARTS LEGEND Operator Guard Harness Connector Operator Guard Ground Fuel Sender Back-up Alarm (Optional) Rear Lamp Tail Lamp Left Flasher Lamp (Optional) Left Front Lamp Wiper Motor (Optional) Flasher (Optional) Right Front Lamp Flasher Lamp (Optional) fD Ignition • Ignition Fuse Switch splice wire is cut between o o • • • .ge I.d Dark Blue Pink Bro •• Dirk Blue Black Black Black Brown Black Bro•• Vella.ge Ora. a..ge (Not Used) 47 Grey (Not Used) 4B Bro •• (Not Used) 49 Black SVMBOLS 0 Butt .D Shut-down Module (Optional) • Tee splice fI!) • o «9 Right G) • CD Light Hourmeter Switch Fuse e 4D G) G) Accessory Wiper Switch (Optional) Fuel Gauge Transmission Warning Lamp 0 e -25- Engine Warning Lamp Voltmeter E-1240 Fig. ices fD + . Wiring Diagram GAUGE 16 16 16 12 16 16 16 16 18 18 18 18 16 18 18 16 16 16 16 18 16 18 18 16 18 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 42 Purple 43 White 44 Ught Blue 45 Red 46 Orl.d Gree. Vello. 56 743 Loader (i) perator' s Manual . ~ 21 27 -0 fo WIRE LEGEND II's 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 CO~OR Black Black Ora. and Orl. fD Glow Plug Indicator (543 Only) f. White a.d Black Orlnge a.ge Black Orange Ora..d Black Vello. Orange Black Orl.ge Orl.ge Ora.d Purple Purple Ught Blue and Black Vella.OPERATOR'S GUARD WIRING DIAGRAM :~) IT+ ~ 37 • 8 16 o'" .d Dark Blue Orange Ind Dirk Blue White I.d Dirk Blue Ora.d Vella.d Vellow White UghtBlue Ora..ge Whit. Purple Ora. I..

e 12 OrIIn.llow 16 Whit. Ind Orln.~ PARTS LEGEND 11'0 : WIRE LEGEND I's 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 21 23 24 25 22 20 11 GAUGE 16 16 White and Green 16 Oran.~.ENGINE Di -el l 23 "I I I .16~_O .e 12 White Ind Green 16 Red 8 UPt BIu. I I ¥ l. Ind Purple 16 Purple 16 UPt BlueInd BlIck 16 12 Oranl' White Ind Onnle 16 Whit.e 16 White 16 16 UlhtGreen 12 Oran" Orln..aU 11. 57 Engine Schematic o Alternator Engine Coolant Temperature -26- 743 Loader Operator's Manual .e Ind Vellow 16 White 16 White Ind BlIck 16 16 Oran" Ind Green VellowInd BlIck 16 V. TRANSMISSION _j (I).ENGINE WIRING DIAGRAM 743 I ~-'Tr='~~1 . Ind Orlnee 10 BlIck Clble Red Clble Black Black COLOR o • • • Operator Guard Harness Connector Unfuse and Live Accessory Fused and Switched Accessory Chassis Connector Back-up Alarm Switch (Optional) Transmission Oil Temperature Sender Transmission Charge Pressure Sender Brake Start Switch (Future) Engine Connector Starter Relay o o • • • G Start • • e Pre-heat Relay Fuel Shut-off Solenoid (Optional) 4D Battery • G Engine Glow Plugs Fig.~======~. -.

5° C. When connecting extra battery for "jump" start always make the last connection (negative cable) to the engine (never at the battery). Remove any acid of corrosion from the battery and cables with a baking soda and water solution (Fig. BE CAREFUL! This is a two person operation. replace them with same type and size fuses. Two 25 ampere fuses are installed in the dash panel. Always wear goggles to avoid acid in the eyes. The negative terminal (-) of the battery must be connected to the engine. sparks. o DO NOT charge a frozen battery because it can explode and cause personal injury. Cover the terminals with Clark Battery Saver to prevent corrosion. Lead-acid batteries contain sulfuric acid which will damage the eyes or skin on contact. USING AN EXTRA BATTERY (JUMP STARTING) ~. Check to see that the battery cables are clean and tight. (15. 4. -27- 743 Loader Operator's Manual . If acid contacts the skin. If the fuses become damaged. 2. The battery to be used must be of the same voltage. 58). Make a "jump" start connection as recommended by the manufacturer. o If is is necessary to use an extra battery to start the engine. Keep arcs. wash immediately with much clean water and get medical attention. If acid contacts the eyes. Let the battery warm to 60° F. 1.lDIIIa Fig. The positive terminal is marked ( +) and negative terminal is marked (-). Battery terminals have identification marks. The ignition must be in the off position. There must be one person in the operator's seat and one person to connect and disconnect the battery cables. always remove the negative cable from the engine first.To service the electrical system: c 1. When removing the "jump" start cables. 3. flames and lighted tobacco away from the battery. 2. Install the covers on the terminals. 58 Cleaning Battery ~¥E A-2741 Lead-acid batteries produce flammable and explosive gases. Wear rubber gloves and protective clothing to keep acid off the skin. wash off immediately with clean water.) before putting on a charger.

59). The engine is operated battery cables disconnected. Start the engine. Keep the cables away from the fans and belts. 7. cables are 3. DO NOT connect the cable directly to the negative terminal (-) of the loader battery. The cables are connected when using a fast charger or when welding on the Bobcat loader (Remove both cables from the battery). remove the cable connected to the engine. 59 Connecting Booster Cables 8. After the engine has started. Connect the end of the second cable to the negative terminal (-) of the booster battery. with 2. Connect the cable directly to the negative terminal (-) of the loader battery can cause a spark and destroy the battery and cause personal injury.5. Then remove the cable from the loader battery post positive terminal (+). Connect To The Connects To The Starter Connects To The 6. 10. Connect the other end of the same cable to the positive terminal (+) of the loader battery (Fig. NOTE: The operator must be in the operator's seat and have the seat belt fastened. B-3711R Fig. Connect the end of the first cable to the positive terminal (+) of the booster battery. The extra battery connected wrong. -28- 743 Loader Operator's Manual . 9. Connect the other end of the second cable to the engine. Damage to the alternator will occur if: 1.

AWARNING Engine must be cool before cleaning spark arrestor muffler. 63. 5. B-3709 2. Remove the battery from the engine compartment. 2. 62 Cleaning Battery Terminals B-3707 1. Stop the engine and install the plug. Stop the engine. 6. Install and tighten the battery cables. Fig. Item 1). Remove the battery hold down clamp (Fig. Clean the terminal posts (Fig. Remove the plug at the bottom of the muffler (Fig. 60 Removing Cables Fig. Remember the position of the positive terminal and the negative terminal so you can connect the cables correctly after the new battery is installed. 62) of the new battery in the engine compartment. NOTE: 4. Fig. 60). Close the rear door. 7. Remove the battery cables (Fig.TO INSTALL A. wear safety goggles. Fig. Open the rear door. Wear safety goggles. 63 -29Spark Arrestor Muffler Plug 743 Loader Operator's Manual . c 4. Start the engine and run it for about 10 seconds. Install the holddown clamp. 3.NEW BATTERY 1. _- AWARNING DO NOT run the engine in an area that has materials that can cause combustion. 61 Battery Holddown Clamp SPARK ARRESTOR MUFFLER Spark arrestor muffler must be cleaned every 100 hours. Item 1). 3. Connect the ground (negative) cable last to prevent sparks. DO NOT touch any metal with the battery terminals. Wear safety goggles. Hold a block of wood over the outlet of the muffler. 61.

743 HYDRAULIC CIRCUITRY TILT CYLINDER HYDRAULIC CONTROL VALVE E-1210 Fig. 64 Hydraulic System -30- 743 Loader Operator's Manual .

65 10 Micron Riter A 40 micron filter is located in the port block. Item 1). Lower the lift arms and tilt the BobTach fully backwards. The oil cooler is used for cooling the hydraulic oil before it returns to the vane pump. This filter is used to clean the oil for the hydrostatic transmission. 66 Hydraulic Level Check Use only recommended oil in the hydraulic system (See "Specifications". 64). 65. Open the bottom check valve on the side of the reservoir (Fig. close the valve and proceed with step 3. Oil also goes from the control valve to the hydrostatic transmission pumps to provide charge pressure and cooling. Add oil to the reservoir until it flows at the top check valve. Item 2). 2. If no oil flows. 66. Item 1). Item 3). Close the valve and replace the fill cap. The oil level is good if the oil level is between the top and the bottom check valve. c 3. Fig. 64) The hydraulic and hydrostatic systems use the same hydraulic oil reservoir. The location of the oil cooler is ahead of the engine. Put the Bobcat loader on a level surface. 66.HYDRAULIC SYSTEM (Fig. Checking and Adding Oil To check the oil level in the hydraulic reservoir: 1. 66. Open the top check valve (Fig. -31743 Loader Operator's Manual . It must be changed every 500 hours by the dealers serviceman. Remove the fill cap from the reservoir (Fig. HYDRAULIC/HYDROSTATIC OIL RESERVOIR page 62). Fig. 10 The system has an engine driven vane pump that supplies hydraulic oil to the control valve and the lift and tilt cylinders (Fig. A 10 micron filter is installed on the right side of the engine compartment (Fig.

68 Filter Element 4. 66. Item 3). To check the chaincase oil level: 1. 4. 69. 3. Let the oil flow into a container. Let the oil flow into a container. 5. Remove the plug at the front of the transmission housing (Fig. Remove the snap ring and remove the screen from the fill pipe (Fig. Check oil level again (See Checking and Adding Oil). Install the filter element. Open the top check valve (Fig. 67). 2. 66. page 62 for type of oil to use. Connect the hose to the filter housing when the reservoir is empty. Item 1). Clean the surface of the filter head where the filter element makes contact with the filter head. Remove the hydraulic filter element. Put the Bobcat loader on a level surface. The chaincase is filled with the same type of oil as the hydraulic/hydrostatic system for chain lubrication. Item 21. Refer to "Specifications" on page 62. 1. Remove the hose from the filter housing. FINAL DRIVE TRANSMISSION (CHAINCASE) The chaincase contains the final drive sprocket and the chains. 3.5 gallons [13L)). To replace the hydraulic filter element: 1. Lubricate the rubber gasket on the filter element with oil. 68. 67 Snap Ring REPLACEMENT OF THE HYDRAULIC FILTER Replace the hydraulic filter every 100 hours of operation. 2.Removing Hydraulic Oil Remove the oil from the hydraulic reservoir and replace it with new oil every 1. -32- Fig. Item 1). Also replace the oil after it has become dirty and after any major repairs. Refer to "Specifications". Operate the loader hydraulic controls through all the hydraulic functions.000 hours of operation. DO NOT fill above the top check plug level. 69 Chain case Plug 743'Loader Operator's Manual . Remove the filter element (Fig. Install a new filter element. Fig. Fig. Add oil to the reservoir until the oil flows at the top check valve (approximately 3. 2. Tighten the filter by hand only. Close the check valve and replace the fill cap. Wash the screen in clean solvent and install it in the fill pipe. Remove the fill cap from the reservoir (Fig. Check for leaks after you operate the Bobcat loader.

71). using a Fig. TIRE MAINTENANCE . 8-3988 Fig. is dealer Remove the transmission cover. Clean the bottom of the chaincase using cleaning rags (Fig. 70 Removing Oil 3. on each side of the Bobcat loader are connected together and are driven at the same speed.o I I 1 Check the tires regularly for "Specifications" on page 62. always keep the tires of the same size on the same side of the Bobcat loader. The front tires must be moved to the rear and rear tires to the front to keep the tire wear even (Fig. 70). wear. TO DRAIN CHAINCASE OIL NOTE: This procedure recommended for service. 72 Tire Rotation -33- 743 Loader Operator's Manual . See Tire Rotation When two tires become worn more than the other two tires put the two worn tires on the same side. C-1965R Fig. Add oil through the check plug hole until the oil flows from the check plug hole. r DO NOT put fluid in the tires on this Bobcat loader. damage and correct pressure. 71 Cleaning Chain case NOTE: Both wheels. c I 1. 2. 72). When new tires are installed. Install the plug. so the tires must be the same size. Remove chaincase oil suction pump (Fig.3.

Apply lubricant until the extra grease shows. 74. 73 Lubrication Points Always use a good quality lithium based multi-purpose grease when you lubricate the Bobcat loader. ~ TRANSMISSION OIL FILTER See figure 73 for the location of grease fittings. 75. Item 1).LUBRICATION LOADER OF THE BOBCAT CHAIN CASE . 74 U-Joint Fittings Fig. Item 1) every 400 to 500 hours. 6561387 Fig. Grease the universal joints and spline (Fig. Lubricate the Bobcat loader as specified in the Service Schedule on page 19 for best performance of the Bobcat loader. 75 Lubricating Seat -34- 743 Loader Operator's Manual .'~. Lubricate the seat rails for easy movement when you adjust the seat (Fig. 8-3925 Fig.

Check with your authorized dealer if the operator guard has been damaged. 76. drilling holes or adding attachments that are not approved. 76 Steering Control lubrication Never change the operator guard by welding. / /-401'1- / ~~~~ D-1432R Fig. Item 1) are pushed down into the locked position. grinding. Item 1).. The ROPS and FOPS protects the operator from roll over and falling objects. Replace wedges broken. 78. I Add grease as needed to the steering control shaft (Fig. 78 Bob-Tach C-2204R Fig. c When the Bob-Tach levers (Fig. D j I j OPERATOR GUARD The Bobcat loader has a operator guard (ROPS and FOPS) as standard equipment. the wedges must extend far enough to engage into the holes of the attachment (Fig. C-2599 Fig. This can weaken the operator guard and cause personal injury or death. Make sure the operator guard fastening bolts and nuts are tight (Fig. 79). 79 -35- locking Wedges 743 Loader Operator's Manual . that are bent or Fig. 77 Tightening Operator Guard Bolts BOB-TACH Check for free movement of wedges and Bob-Tach levers. ( I I --. 77).

PIVOT PINS All pivot points. 83. 82). Check that the lockbolts are tightened to 8 . Item 1).13 Nm) torque. A-2414R Fig. 80. 83 Pedal Adjustment -36- 743 Loader Operator's Manual . Bob-Tach and cylinders have large pins that are held in position with lockbolts (Fig. Fig. (11 . 82 Auxiliary Hydraulics BRAKE PEDAL ADJUSTMENT The brake pedal is adjusted by turning the nut on the end of the brake linkage rod (Fig.10 ft.-Ibs. The operator guard must be lifted before removing the lockbolt (See Page 17). Item 1). lift arms. Item 1) that must be removed before you can use the auxiliary hydraulics (Fig. There must be 1/4" freeplay in the brake. B-3856 Fig. 81 Auxiliary Lockbolt Fig. Do Not overtighten. 81. 80 Pivot Pin Lockbolts AUXILIARY CONTROL LOCKBOL T The auxiliary control has a lockbolt (Fig.

.._--. _-...= A n.... Correct maintenance or operation procedure can be demonstrated.:==-.. _ ........ .. .1_ . " _---__ T ..---. - -I'-..--._.. I .. -_. :. ---'-. .... Be sure it is filled out completely. - 2. . . The Bobcat dealer will explain the 30 Hour Inspection procedure when the Bobcat loader is delivered to you._ -... An explanation of the form must be given to the owner......__ c . .. . _ '.----_--"' .. ---"0-._~'O .. _ _ ...---_ .. Fig. __ A~:~ .....---_.... . There may be charge for parts and labor needed.... 84) c The Delivery Report is to be filled out by the dealer and signed by the owner or operator when the Bobcat loader is delivered....__ _k ----... --. .._-.. .....:-".._--_ ._ ?::'::~J.:::---_.....-.... .........DELIVERY REPORT (Fig..... __ .. . o. ". 85) Return the Bobcat loader to the dealer after the first 30 hours of Bobcat loader operation for a complete inspection......._--...-......_-~_~_ ._-----...... .... 3... -37- ...... 84 Delivery Report .._.1OO _. .----.10 '~".. Inspection.._. . _ _..~=.-------"--""-_. __ -----. -....a.......__.. _ . c When the inspection is complete the form must be filled out by the serviceman and signed by the serviceman and the owner or operator.--.."*" "c.._. =r=_:..."::== -..------. ." • ..=.. ...-_ _ . =:_~:.. ---~. ----_ _._ ..... "'--..._ __ . .."" _ :i........_. ...----_-.-.::..._ ---------_-. The owner must contact the dealer to schedule a 30 Hour Inspection.. Improvement of maintenance or operation procedures that are not correct can be found.._I"VUI.-~-.."-""''''_''' c-.. ......... The 30 Hour Inspection does the following: 1...--........ _.. ........-. .'::'""'::----"---"'-'" '::::-' .. ..:...-_'''ID'S> ".. _ __ •__ .. _ '::"""..._~ __ d_'" " I...=.:.--.o.....0. ... THIRTY HOUR INSPECTION (Fig.... ....='-="'--=0.~"r.--.=-= 0.. I I .--~---' ~ _...._ ._------.""""-......_ ... adjustment and service of the Bobcat loader after the first 30 hours of operation.. 85 30 Hour Inspection 743 Loader Operator's Manual ------------_._~__ ... __ .:_--... _30 . Fig.... . =':::.._ ...-.:o. _. There is no charge to the owner for this inspection. __ .c-.o.. . -" .. "y...._ . _ -----..."!"-= ........_ -...._...:... _ ..~ _-_ .:..~-'":: _ . _ .-_--.._... 1_""'"'"" .._._ .

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Vent in plugged. 9 c Fuel shut off button pulled out. Damaged injectors. Push button in. but is difficult to start. TROUBLESHOOTING PROBLEM Engine will not turn over with starter. Make repairs as needed. Hole in fuel line. See Oil Specifications._.. Engine has overheated. Engine has lost compression. Recondition the engine. Auxiliary control lever or hydraulic pedals are in "detent". Check cooling system. or tighten the cause PAGE 28 Cables are loose or dirty. . Wrong oil in the engine. Make repairs as needed. Make repairs as needed. Take out of "detent" . DIS Wrong starting procedure. lnstall a new filter. Service personnel from an authorized Bobcat dealer must do most of the service procedures. Use correct starting procedure. The pages which are referenced are used to find the correct service procedures in this manual.TROUBLESHOOTING c The troubleshooting section is used in finding and correcting loader problems which can most often occur. They must not be done by the owner/operator. Clean and cables. Clean and needed. lnstall lockbolts not using when auxiliary control. battery Defective wiring._. Dirt or water in fuel system.. Add fuel.____. 7 No fuel in tank. Weak battery. starter.~-_. good quality fuel. fuel filler cap is 21 - Clean the vent. solenoid the starting circuit. DIS 21 - 23 DIS - c 21 DIS Dirt or water in fuel system. CAUSE Battery has low charge. Fuel filter is dirty. Poor fuel quality.. THE ENGINE CORRECTION Charge battery and find of loss or damage. Charge or replace battery. Use fresh. make repairs as DIS -39- 743 Loader Operator's Manual --. The service procedures marked DIS are to be done only by your authorized Bobcat dealer. Engine has little power or runs rough. . Engine turns with starter. Check Make repairs as needed.

Clean exhaust system. Hydraulic oil level is low. or Check shrouding replace. transmission Take out of detent. DIS DIS 7 - charge pressure Low (transmission light on). CORRECTION See "Engine Overheats" PAGE 20· Restricted exhaust. Check all pressure. Air level and add as 30 Cooling system restricted. Install new element. linkage out of Check system and make repair. -40- 743 Loader Operator's Manual . Out of adjustment. Check for debris on radiator grill. Check hydrostatic system make repair as needed. Check for debris on radiator grill or on engine cooling fins. TROUBLESHOOTING No drive on both sides. and repair or DIS DIS 23 - Blower shrouding missing. Install new filter. system Check hydrostatic system. tires for and DIS 60 Machine pulls to one side. Restriction in cooling air flow. is DIS DIS DIS Hydrostatic damaged. Bobcat is overloaded. Check by-pass valve. Control linkage is disconnected. CAUSE Engine is hot. System is overheating. Use correct size attachment. add as 30 Check oil necessary. DIS DIS 35 40 Micron filter dirty. Dirty air cleaner. Hydraulic oil is low. Recondition the engine. Hydrostatic damaged. Make adjustments as needed. Clean cooling system. Check system and make repair. Replace filter element. Hydrostatic defect. No drive on one side. is dirty. Parking brake will not hold. Auxiliary control in detent. DIS of pump and Check condition replace if bad. Damaged vane pump. Run at full throttle. Check steering linkage adjust as necessary.PROBLEM Engine has little power or runs rough (Cont'dl. Machine moves when are in neutral. system is Repair linkage. Wrong tire pressure. Check oil necessary. THE HYDRAULIC SYSTEM level. 40 Micron filter is plugged (Note: "Trans" light will be on). correct Steering linkage interference. Engine overheats. Engine has low compression. Adjust steering linkage. levers Steering adjustment. and DIS DIS DIS Damaged hydrostatic system. damaged Engine is overloaded.

Hydraulic cylinders leak oil. level. Check condition and make repair. Hydraulic action is rough. replace as Control valve is damaged. and repair as - Relief valve is damaged. Check pump damaged. Remove 35 Cylinders leak internally. Hydraulic pump is damaged. and replace if DIS DIS add as Hydraulic oil is too thick. DIS -41- . CAUSE No hydraulic oil. Check pump necessary. Check linkage. Check oil needed.743 Loader Operator's Manual . Hydraulic oil level is low. Check oil needed. to cylinder rods or Make repair of cylinders. needed.TROUBLESHOOTING THE HYDRAULIC SYSTEM CORRECTION PAGE add as c PROBLEM No hydraulic action. Replace the relief valve. floor adjustment. Damage seals. and 30 Hydraulic action is slow. Check valve and make repair as needed. Hydraulic oil is too thick. Let machine warm up. level. and 30 Pedals are disconnected. Pedal is hitting under pedal. and of cylinders DIS DIS DIS - Hydraulic pump is damaged. Let machine warm up. or dirt Check dirt.

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MAJOR PARTS c DECALS DRIVE SYSTEM ENGINE & ATTACHING PARTS ENGINE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM HAND CONTROLS HYDRAULIC SYSTEM HYDROSTATIC SYSTEM MAIN FRAME OPERATOR GUARD ELECTRICAL SYSTEM PANELS.' . SEAT. 'l .. SEAT BAR & FUEL SYSTEM 53 45 51 50 48 46 47 43 49 44 I MAJOR PARTS c 7431loader Operator's Manual ~ / .

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4. 13. 18. 3.o o D-1547 E-1326 MAIN Ref. 12. rear Latch. 21. 11. 19. 5. 14. 6. 16. 20. Description Operator Guard Lift Arms Bob-Tach Bob-Tach Levers Spring Block Spring Wedge Ref. 9. 22. 2. 17. wheel Cover Motor 0 1. 8. door Description Bolt. Description Gearcase Cover Gasket Plate Plate Door. 10. hex Cover Main Frame Chaincase Tire Nut. -43- 743 Loader Operator's Manual . 15. 7. 23. FRAME Ref.

H. . 9. 18. lock (R. 4. 7. 20. .. 24. lock (L. 11 .) Bar. 5. 1.H.) Beading Panel (L. 16. 6. 17. . . ~ ~---= ~ '___/13 j --.) Arm (L. 14. 12. 23. primer Filter Pump 743 Loader Operator's Manual 2. 22. SEAT BAR & FUEL SYSTEM Ref.2 \ r--.) Seat Ref. SEAT.) Sender Strap -44- Ref. 10. 8. Description Belt Bar Arm (R. fuel Tube Tube Valve Bulb. 21. cqj o I ~.H.-- II . 3..H..H. 15.D-1548 24 C-2607 E-1324 PANELS.H. 19. Description Cap Tank. 13. Description Shield Panel Plate Boot Panel (R.) Bar.

safety Pedal Lever Spring Plate Plate a-Ring Pin Ref.c c .: 17 D-1549 D-1435R C-2611 DRIVE SYSTEM Ref. Description Tread. hex Washer Bearing. 18. 13. 17. 19. cone Bearing. drive Chaincase Gearcase Ref. 14. Description Block Disc Nut Snap Ring Sprocket Chain. 20. 12. 10. -45- 743 Loader Operator's Manual . 3. 21. 2. 8. cup Seal Axle 0 1. 7. Description Bolt. 6. 11. 5. 9. 15. 4. 16. 22.

16. 24. 21. Description Tube Tube Tube Tube Tube Tube Hose Tube Tube Adapter -46--------~- 0-1555 0-1447 Ref. Description Hose Cylinder. 8.27 HYDRAULIC SYSTEM Ref. 5. 4. 9. 11 . 25. 27. 15. lift Hose Hose Tube Tube Cover Cylinder. 12. 26. 28. 18. 19. 10. Description Coupler (Female) Coupler (Male) Cap Plug Swivel Clevis Tube Tube 1. 3. 20. 13. 2. 6. 22. 7. 14. 743 Loader Operator's Manual . 17. tilt Hose Valve Ref. 23.

20. 7.c E-1328 HYDROSTATIC SYSTEM Ref_ 1. Description Valve Filter Pump Gear Cooler. 23. element Hose Screw. 25. Description Hose Cap Screen Reservoir Hose Hose Motor Tube Hose Hose Ref. 28. 4. 21. 13. 9. 12. 2. 8. 6. 18. oil Head. 3. 24. hollow Block -47Ref. 19. 22. 15. 17. filter Filter. 29. 30. 11 . 26. 10. 27. 14. Description Hose Hose Hose Hose Block Bracket Bracket Mount Tube Tube 743 loader Operator's Manual c . 16. 5.

14 12 --f \~ d E-1294 HAND CONTROLS Ref. 10. shoulder 1. Description Bar. 9. adjustment Lever Pump. 4. 5. 12. hydrostatic Bracket Bar. 14. Description Grip Handle. right Pivot Bushing Bar. 13. right Ref. 8. 3. left Spring Bolt. left Bushing Shaft Handle. 6. 1 1. -48- 743 Loader Operator's Manual . 7. 2. 15.

SYSTEM Description Hourmeter Switch.c 2~ •---61 3 c E-1329 OPERATOR Ref. voltmeter Light. 15. 12. light Panel. light Bracket. 9. operator guard Housing. 7. -49- . 14. 4. 3. rear Bulb. light Light Switch. 11 . 13. fuse GUARD ELECTRICAL Ref. Description Harness. 5. 2. 1. ignition Key Set Gauge. instrument Knob Bulb. 10. 8. light Cap 743 Loader Operator's Manual ~~----c---------------- 0 6.

hydrostatic pressure Switch. 6. 7. engine temperature Alternator ELECTRICAL Ref. SYSTEM Description Starter Cable. 5. 1. 9. hydrostatic temperature Switch. 8. 10. positive Battery Harness Harness 2. 1 1. oil pressure Switch. 3. 4. wiring Switch. -50- 743 Loader Operator's Manual . eng.E-1309 ENGINE Ref. Description Harness.

c c E-1333 ENGINE & ATTACHING PARTS Ref. 3. 14. 8. 5. 15. 2. 7. 10. Description Air Cleaner Starter Engine Mount Alternator -51- 6. 12. 11. . 4. Description Shield Muffler Mount Pipe Hose Ref. Description Mount Shield Bracket Belt Indicator 743 Loader Operator's Manual 0 Ref_ 1. 9. 13.

--- D-1332 ENGINE & ATTACHING Ref. 3. 4. 11 . 10. PARTS Description Fan Hose Engine Hose Adapter Yoke 743 Loader Operator's Manual 2. 9. Description Grill Radiator Mount Tank Shroud U-Joint Ref. 8.--. -52- . 12. 6. 5. 1. 7.

""" ...... _ "'--. __ _ . . _---«_.. . 9.. WARNING WARNUNG SObCat I~AI ~bcbcDt OPERATOR'S HANDBOOK 11 /12 WARNING AWARNUNG AMONESTACION AVERTISSEMENT -bobcat AMONESTACION AVERTISSEMENT /' 17 ClARK 743 - " •• :=~.::.. FAHRBARE NUTZLAST CAPACIDAD DE OPERACIc)N CAPACnt MAXIMUM DE LEVAOE .. bob-tach Decal. _ .... £.... Tire Pllra de .. ...:.::::.. Decal. ....-.. 14..:.._ '_ ."""' __ .~ _. "c' ....'......-~ . ~.. ..=:. o.-l 2 3 c • HYDRAUUC HYDRAUUSCH HIDRAUUCO HYDRAUUQUE FULLY ENGAGE LOCKING LEVIE" • EIllGANCHIE . _.. warning Tread.. service Decal. 19.._ . --- _. decal Decal. _ri _" __~...... Decal.. _. -.- TlNz pour couper Ie moteur... safety Decal.it. ....K_.......I1m o ~..... --- to atop engine • IMPORTANT ~::':..~ W I\..._ -"""-'-"'" -~'.~. spark arrestor muffler Handbook..". m DECALS Ref..._".. ..._. ~.. warning Decal... 18....":--.. Decal. .. __ ._. Description Decal.~. 6..::"""':::.. ~-. "' . engine stop 743 Loader Operator's Manual ------- 0 1.. 16.' "" eo_. ' _ -. __ . ... -.. .._ c ....:=:::. 5....-... 85&2441 "'''''..""'"..&..--. ..~~ '''"_ _ ~' . __ .:"..._....' u'. l . 2...._ &.""' &""~''' ...."'_ ... "" . warning model -53- 15.. & ••• . .-....~.. 11...--_. ... diesel Ref. :::'_G '.''''"T __ o __ ... 8.. .. 13.'''.& ~.... .~.'"~ :::. motor..:::~:':":""'~~~=~... 20...:::.. ~10 RATED DPERATING CAPACITY _kg....__ .... Pull .. Description Kit.... ' .. ..... .. 4. Decal Decal Decal.. COMPlETAfIIIIEIiIITE ENGAGE!! A FOND LEa LEVIE_ DE YERItQUILLAGE • DIESEL ~~.. __ . 10...:::._ ..:..... 13110 . operations Decal. Zum AIMteIen des Moton ziehen ... 17. hydraulic throttle capacity Ref. £::.~9 UI'IIO Y'I1t ~LDfTO UJfT .. Description Decal...:'_"':'''. '" _.. .:"~o. 00" •• _... 12.... ether Decal..._"~_._.. 3.. A WARNINGS .... ~~~~~~~~~~~~ .... patent Decal.. operator's Decal.._..':.- UH". 7.

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DECALS c IMPORTANT SERVICE SCHEDULE WARNING 6563484 WARNING 6561380 WARNING 6563380 60 56 55 59 58 DECALS c c 743 Loader Operator's Manual .

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a o La bate ria forma gases inflamables y explosivos. (Nunca en la baterta). Stop. on the engine. avec des objets detaches ou les v~teme'nts. . ainsi que les cigarettes allurnees tI distance de la batterie. EI no obedecer estos avisos puede causar heridas 0 venenosos. Consulte el Manual del Operador par mas instrucci6nes. Keep arcs. may cause A . laissez-Ie rnaterlaux inflammables. Abgase konnen todlich sein. Entluftung (FRENCH) Cette decalcomanie d'attention est situee sur la porte d'arriere du moteur ou dans un endroit proche au moteur. Nach dem Anlassen Kabelanschluss am Laderrahmen zuerst losen. Always ventilate. Le non-respect des consignes peut provoquer des blessures et m~me la mort. Failure to obey warnings. Do not use loader in space with explosive dusts or gases or with flammable material near exhaust. If acid gets into eyes. Wen" Saure in die Augen gelangt. Motorhaube nur zur Wartung offnen. N'utilissez pas Ie chargeur dans des endroits avec poussiere explosive ou gaz ou avec des materiaux inflammables pres de tuyau d' echappement. Keep body. Gasen oder sonstigen lelchtentzundlchen Materialien einsetzen. les pieces mobiles ou chaudes ou Ie tuyau d'echappernent. abkuhlen lassen und von allen leichtentzundlichen Fremdstoffen saubern. llama y cigarriloos encendidos. jamis la batterie. Keep door closed except for service.WARNING DECAL . Weitere Instruktionen Sind in der Bedlenungsanleitung. Mantenga la bateria separada de las chispas. Toujours porter des lunettes de protection. et de flammes. Wear goggles. Tous Ie gaz d'echappernent peuvent tuer. Ne touchez pas avec votre corps. After jump start. Missachtung dieser Regeln kann Verletzung verursachen und kann T6dlich sein. Abra la puerta de acceso al motor solamente para darle servicio. Beim Starten mit Oberbruckungskabeln den letzten Anschluss am Laderrahmen vornehmen (niemals an der Batteie). Lose Kleidung und lose Geqenstande (Schmuck. sparks. Ouvrez la porte d'acces au moteur seulement pour I'entretien. les circuits electriques. No toque con el cuerpo. flames and lighted cigarettes away. Batteriegase sind leichtentzundlich. conecte ultimo el cable en el bastidor del cargador. Se reporter au manuel de I'operateur pour plus enseignements. In Batterienahe Funken und offenes Lict vermeiden und nicht rauchen. No utilice el cargador en lugares con polvo explosivo materiales inflamables cerca del tube de escape. Failure to obey warnings may cause injury or death.) von beweglichen oder heissen Teilen und vorn Auspuff fernhalten. Aerer toujours. Augen schnell auswaschen und sofort arztliche Hilfe aufsuchen. For jump start. -55- 743 Loader Operator's Manual . c This warning decal is located on the rear door. Garder toutes les sources possibles d'arcs. Lader nicht in der Nahe von explosivem Staub. connect last cable at the frame of loader (never at the battery). L'acide de batterie peut attaquer les yeux ou la peau. Pour les demarraqes assistes. refroidir et nettoyez-Ie des DECALCOMANIE D'ATTENTION kann zu schweren CALCOMANIA DE ADVERTENCIA (SPANISH) en la puerta Esta calcomania de advertencia esta colocada trasera del motor 0 en un lugar cercano al motor. Pare el motor. Battery acid will burn eyes or skin. All exhaust gases can kill. Lleve anteojos de seguridad. Si el acido entra en los ojos. mit Wasser c Todos los gases del escape son mortalemente Mantenga siempre una buena ventilaci6n. dejelo enfriar y limpielo de cualquier material inflamable. Para el arranque con cables auxiliares. or at a place near the engine. rincer lrnrnedlatement tI grande eau et consulter d'urgence un medecin. Stets fur genugende sorgen. remove connection at the frame first. lavelos con agua rapidarnente y yea a un medico. Si de I'acide venait tI atteindre les yeux. EI no obedecer est os avisos puede causar heridas 0 ser fatal.. debrancher d'abord Ie cable negatif du cote chassis. 0 gas 0 EI acido de la bateria puede producir lesiones en los ojos 0 en la piel. injury or death. Beruhren von elektrischen Kontakten vermeiden. Despues del arranque auxiliar. ser fatal. Schutzbrille tragen. los circuitos electricos. cool. and clean engine of flammable material. las piezas movibles 0 el tube de escape. wash eyes with water fast and see doctor. saque primero la conexi6n del bastidor. s'etincelles. Apres avoir effectue Ie dernarraqe. Coupez Ie moteur. am Motor oder in Motornahe angebracht. moving WARNUNGS-AUFKLEBER (GERMAN) Dieser Warnungs-Aufkleber ist an der hinteren Wartungsklappe. loose objects and clothing away from electrical parts. Battery makes flamable and explosive gas. La batterie degage des gaz inflammables et explosifs. Motor abstellen. hot parts and exhaust. Batteriesaure kann Atzverletzungen verursachen. etc. Le non-respect des preceptes peut entrainer des blessures ou la mort. See Operator's Manual for more instructions. con objetos sueltos 0 con la ropa. Nichbeachtung von Warnungshinweisen oder todlichen Verletzungen fuhren. WARNING WARNUNG AMONESTACION AVERTISSEMENT contacts. effectuer la derniere jonction (cable d'appoint negatif) au chassis de la chargeuse.

GREASE TRANSMISSION OIL FILTER EVERY 100 HOURS --GREASE I i J I 3. EVERY 10 HOURS SCHEDULE _-==-- HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR CHAIN CASE Engine Oil .Olstand prufen. Reifen .und Pumpenantriebsriemen auf richtige Spannung und einwandfreien Zustand prufen (nur wasserqekiihlte Maschinen).warm ablassen. Reifen auf Risse oder Schnittstellen prufen.Absetzschale reinigen ALLE 500 BETRIEBSSTUNDEN 1. 1.check condition.clean sediment bowl.change filter. add 50·50 ethylene glycol-water as needed and check fan and pump drive belts for condition and tension (liquid cooled only). 7. See your Operator's Manual for recommended fluid. Motorol .10 Schmierpunkte mit Mehrzweckschmierfett auf Lithiumbasis schmieren (12 Schmierpunkte an Ladern der Serie 300). Motor-Luftfilter (Staubdeckel ausleeren .remove trapped water. 2. falls notiq. 5. 6561387 WARTUNGSTABELLE 2. Weitere instrucktionen finden sie in der Bedienungsanleitung. Motorol an Ladern 843 .change element if needed). Kraftstoff-Filter . 5. achten. Kuhlmittel aus je 50% Wasser und Aethyl-Glykol zufullen.70 x 12275 kPa (40 psill. Oliecks usw. Motor-Kuhlsvstern . Lader 843 Kraftstoff-Hauptfilter .check plugs. EVERY 50 HOURS 2. Motor-Luftansaugung auf Leckstellen und Beschadiqunqen prufen.check the fluid level. ALLE 10 BETRIEBSSTUNDEN 1. Hydraulikanlage . Drive Line .replace faulty parts (gasoline only). Engine Cooling System . 2. Filter wechseln. abschmieren. Kontakte und Zundeinstellunq pr ufen fehlerhafte Teile auswechseln (nur Benzinmotoren) 3.Funkenfanqertopf ausleeren 4.Betrlebsfahiqkeit prufen. Engine Air Filter (empty dust cap .check the fluid level. Loader Lift Arm and Cylinder Pivot Points . General .angesammeltes Wasser entleeren.Filterelement wechseln. Controls and Brakes . -56- Hvdraulikol . 6.lubricate 10 points with mUltipurpose lithium base grease (12 polnt on 300 series loaders).Olstand prufen . Lader 843 Kraftstoff-Vorfilter . Lutter. 743 Loader Operator's Manual • . Spark Arrestor Muffler . 2.70 x 1240 psi [275 kPa])-inspect for cuts. Batterie .drain fluid and replace. falls notig. Antriebswelle . Standardreifen 340 kPa (50 psi).grease U-joint with approved grease recommended in Sarvice Manual.Zundkerzen. 1. ALLE 100 BETRIEBSSTUNDEN 1. points and timing . B. Zugelassene Ole sind in der Betriebsanleitung aufqefuhrt. 5.nicht uberfullen (siehe Olspezifikationen unten). 2.Reifendruck messen (Breitreifen 240 kPa (35 psi). See your Operator's Manual for recommended fluid.replace filter element. instrument operation. See Operator's Manual for recommended fluid. B43 Final Fuel Filter . adjust if needed. EVERY 200 HOURS 1008 (f) (t) €J EVERY 500 HOURS EVERY 1000 Hydraulic System . Zugelassene Hvdraulikole sind in der Betriebsanleitung""" aufgefUhrt. Hydraulic Fluid .SERVICE 1. falls notig. and oil leaks. 4. Nur API-Klassifizierung SE Matorol 10W-30 oder 10W-4O (fUr Dieselmotoren APIKlassifizierung CC) verwenden. 4. auf Scnade n an den Sicherheitsgurten oder am Fahrerschutzdach prufen. ALLE 200 BETRIEBSSTUNDEN 1. Engine Air System .warm ablassen und Filter wechseln (an Ladern 310 aile 25 Betriebsstunden). wie in der Wartungsanleitung aufqefuhrt. 5. and grills . 2. Chain Case .check coolant level cold. Kettenqehausa . 2.check operation. Kettenqehause Gehause ablassen und neu fullen. Battery . damaged seat belt or operator guard. Hubarme und Zylinderschwenkzapfen . See your Operator's Manual for recommended fluid.check level-do not overfill (See oil specification below). 1. Hydraulikanlage . Zugelassene Hvdraulikole sind in der Betriebsanleitung aufgefuhrt. 3.change bronze filter. Bedienungen und Bremsen . (GERMAN) 3. etc. nachstellen. 2. Auspuff mit Funkenfanqer . Verkleidungen und Grill von Abfall reirnqen Kuhlrnittelstsnd kalt prufen.Bronze-Filtersieb wechseln 2. 1.Batteriezustand prufen. 4.Filter Wechseln 2. 3. ALLE 50 BETR/EBSSTUNDEN 1. Fuel Filters . Ignition System . Engine Oil . Tires .Kreuzgelenke mit zulassiqern Schmierfett. 5. 3. Se reporter au manual de l'operateur pour plus enseignements.check for leaks and damaged components.drain fluid and replace. See your Operator's Manual for recommended fluid. 4. Aligemein . ALLE 1000 BETRIEBSSTUNDEN 1. Hydraulic System .empty spark chamber.check inflation pressure (flotation 35 PSI (241 kPa) standard 50 PSI [340 kPa]) (5. Zugelassene Ole sind in der Betriebsanleitung aufgefUhrt. B43 Primary Fuel Filter . Motorol . 6. 1. HOURS See operator's manual for more instructions.drain hot and change filter (every 25 hours on 310 loader). 7. auf lose Radmuttern. 10008 ~ (1) Hydraulic Case . auf schadhafte Instrumente achten.clean debris from cooling fins. Consulta el Manual del Operador para mas lnstrucclones. Ziindunq .check for loose or broken parts. shrouds.Olstand prufen. 8.Kuhlrippen. loose wheel nuts. Hydrauliktank Tank ablassen und neu fullen. Chain Case .Filterelement ersetzen 2.Auf lose oder beschadiqte Teile achten. mit neuem 01 fUlien zulassiqe Ole sind in der Betriebsanleitung aufgefUhrt.

Cambie las piezas con fa lias (gasolina solamente) . lIenelo con el aceite recomendado en el Manual del Operador. Aceite del motor. ne pas trop remplir (Voir ci-apres les specifications se rapportant I'huile). Circuit Hydraulique: changer Ie filtre en bronze. verifier I'etat et la tension des courroies d'entrainement de la pompe (seulement pour moteurs refroidis par un liqulde). En General: verifier Ie bon fonctionnement des indicateurs. tuercas de la rueda sueltas. so a CADA 100 HORAS 1. 4. Caja hidraulica. 5. Verifique la presion de inflado (Flotaci6n 35 PSI6241 kPa. enveloppes. Circuit de Refroidissement du Moteur: enlever tous debris des ailettes. 8. 2. Filtres Carburant: vider I'eau de condensation.Flottation 35 PSI (241 kPa). 3. protectores y parrilla. et grilles de refroidissement. 2. Commandes et Freins: verifier leur fonctionnement. Pot d'Echappement Pare-Etincelles: vider la chambre l!tincelles. a a prima rio 843. ou grade API service CC pour moteurs diesels. Verifique en frio el nivel del refrigerante. standard 50 PSI (345 kPa). Fluido hidrautico. General. Brazos de levantamietno y puntos de pivote del cilindro. 6. sujet du liquide el Ie remplacer. remplir avec I'huile rscornmandee dans la Notice d'Utilisation. 6. de fuites d'huile. Cambie el elemento de TO UTES LES 200 HEURES 1.70 x 12 40 PSI (275 kPa). I'absence de pieces cassees ou detachees. Sistema de aire del motor. Limpie el tazon de CADA 500 HORAS o 1. etc. Engrase la junta universal con la grasa aprobada que se recomienda en el Manual de Servicio. Svstsrne d' Allumage: verifier les bougies. Verifique el nivel del fluido. Vadelo caliente y cambie el filtro (cada 25 horas en los Cargadores 310). Observe si tienen cortes. 3. Verifique sus condiciones. Carter de Chaine: verifier Ie niveau du liquide. Consulte en el Manual del Operador por el fluido recomendado. Carter de Chaine: vidanger Ie fluide Consulter la Notice d'Utilisation au recommande. Caja de la cadena. Sistema hidraulico. Verifique el nivel del fluido. ajuster au besoin. 2. Consulte en el Manual del Operador por el fluido recomendado. etc. Filtros de combustible. 2. 5. Consulter la Notice d'Utilisation au sujet du liquide recommande. a a a a a a CADA 50 HORAS 1. grado CC para los motores Diesel). 2. Cambie el filtro. Verifique las bujias. Bateria. 5. 4. Linea impulsora. 8. Batterie: verifier son bon etat. 7. Pneus: verifier la pression . Sistema de encendido. CADA 1000 HORAS 1. Carter Hydraulique: vidanger Ie liquide Consulter la Notice d'Utilisation au recornrnande. Liquide Hydraulique: verifier Ie niveau du liquide.70 x 1240 PSI 0275 kPa). Filtre Air du Moteur: vider Ie capuchon poussiere: au besoin. Pivots des Bras de Levage et des Verins: graisser en 10 points avec une graisse polyvalente base de lithium (12 points sur les chargeuses de la gamme 300). 2. Verifique su funcionamiento y ajuste si es necesario. TO UTES LES 1000 HEURES 1. et Ie remplacer. cambie el filtro. Aceite del motor. a a a a CADA 200 HORAS 1. Circuit Hydraulique: changer Ie filtre. platinos y regulaci6n. Saque el agua atrapada. changer I'element filtrant. 2. TO UTES LES 500 HEURES 1. Caja de la cadena. Verifique si hay fugas 0 componentes danados. 2. 2. no Ilene demasiado (vea mas abajo las especificaciones del aceite) Filtro de aire del motor (Vade la tapa de polvo y cambie el elemento si es necesario) Sistema de enfriamiento del motor. Chaine Cinematique: graisser Ie joint universel avec la graisse approuvee qui est recornrnandee dans la Notice d' Entretien.50% eau suivant les besoins. Use unicarnente Aceites de motor 10W-30 0 10W-4O Clasificaci6n de Servicio API. Verifique por piezas rotas 0 sueltas.PROGRAMACION CADA 10 HORAS DE SERVICIO (SPANISH) PROGRAMME a DIENTRETIEN a a 3. d'ecrous dl!tachl!s des roues. Controles y frenos. Filtre Carburant Final du 843: remplacer I'element filtrant. 4. Neumftticos. TOUTES LES HEURES 1. Drene el fluido y resrnplacelo. Silenciador represor de chispas. 4. 5. 4. verifier froid Ie niveau du fluide de refroidissement. (FRENCH) TOUTES LES 10 HEURES 1. Standard 50 PSI6 340 kPa) (5. 2. Aceite del motor en el843. inspecter les coupures eventuelles. SE (Clasificacion de Servicio API. final 843. remplacer les pieces defectueuses (moteurs essence seulement). TO UTES LES 100 HEURES 1. sujet du flu ide -57- 743 Loader Operator's Manual . ajouter du melange 50% ethylene glycol . 7. Huile du Moteur du 843: vidanger I'huile chaud. guarda protectors del operador y otros accesorios dahados. cinturones del asiento. fugas de aceite. Vade la carnara de chispas. les vis piatinees et Ie calage. Filtre Carburant Primaire du 843: enlever Ie sediment de la cuvette. 4. Vea en el Manual del Operado el fluido recomendado. Huile du Moteur: vidanger chaud et changer Ie filtre (toutes les 25 heures sur la chargeuse 310). agregue agua y glicol en la cantidad necesaria para una proporclon del 50 y 50 y verifique las correas impulsoras de la bomba y el ventilador para comprobar la tension y sus condiciones (unicamente enfriado con llquidol. Limpie la basura de las aletas de enfriamiento. Consulter la Notice d'Utilisation au sujet du liquide recornrnande. 3. Circuit d'Air du Moteur: verifier I'absence de fuites et de composants endornmaqss. Ie bon etat de la ceinture de securite et de la structure de protection de l'operateur. Drene el fluidoy reemplftcelo. Lubrique 10 puntos con grasa de uso multiple de base de litio (12 puntos en los Cargadores de las series 600). Vaclelo caliente. Utiliser exclusivement une huile de grade 10W-30 ou 10W-4O. API service SE. 5. verifique el nivel. changer Ie filtre. 3. Vea en el Manual del Operador el fluido recomendado. Filtro de combustible sedimentos. Sistema hidrftulico. Cambie el filtro de bronce. Huile du Moteur: verifier Ie niveau. funcionamiento de los instrumentos. Filtro de combustible filtro.

Keine Anderungen am Anbauqerate verwenden. Consulte el Manual del Operador 0 el Manual de Servicio para mils instrucciones. Ne pas modifier Ie materiel ou ajouter des accessoires nonapprouves par Ie constructeur. No modifique el equipo ni agregue accesorios que no esten aprobados por el fabricante. quand les bras sont releves. No levante 0 baje la guarda protectora del operador (ROPS) sin soportes 0 bloques debajo de las esquinas traseras del cargador. DO NOT LIFT OR LOWER OPERATOR GUARD (ROPS) WITHOUT JACKSTANDS OR BLOCKS UNDER THE REAR CORNERS OF BOBCAT. Consultez la Notice d'Utilisation ou d'Entretien ou del instructions suppillmentaires. Ne pas monter sur la chargeuse pour relever ou abaisser la structure de protection (ROPS). DO NOT MODIFY EQUIPMENT OR ADD ATTACHMENTS APPROVED BY MANUFACTURER. Missachtung dieser Regeln kann Verletzung verursachen und kann Todlich EI no obedecer estos avisos puede causar heridas 0 ser fatal. Hubarmen muss Gerat vornehmen oder die nich vom Hersteller ADVERTENCIAS (SPANISH) No levante 0 baje la guarda protectora del operador (ROPS) sin instrucciones del Manual de Operador 0 el Manual de Servicio. Vor Wartungsarbeiten mit angehobenen die Hubarmsperre eingelegt sein. sein. Beim Anheben oder Ablassen der (ROPS) nicht auf dem Lader stehen. Fahrerschutzkabine A VERTISSEMENT (FRENCH) Ne pas relever ou abaisser la structure de protection (ROPS) sans avoir consulte au prealable les instructions contenues dans les Notices d'Utilisation et de Maintenance. Ne pas travailler sur la chargeuse sans avoir bloque les bras de levage en position avec une butee. genehmigt sind. Failure to obey warnings may cause injury or death. -58743 Loader Operator's Manual . No permanezca en el cargador cuando levanta protectora del operador (ROPS)' 0 baja la guarda No de servicio al cargador sin utilizar el tope del brazo de elevaci6n cuando los brazos de elevaci6n estan levantados. DO NOT STAND ON BOBCAT WHEN LIFTING OR LOWERING OPERATOR GUARD (ROPS). 6563380 WARNUNG (GERMAN) Fahrerschutzkabine (ROPS) nicht ohne Anleitungen aus der Betriebsanleitung oder aus dem Wartungshandbuch anheben oder ablassen. DO NOT SERVICE BOBCAT WITHOUT STOP WHEN LIFT ARMS ARE RAISED. Ne pas relever ou abaisser la structure de protection (ROPS) sans avoir place des supports ajustables ou des blocs sous les coins arrieres de la chargeuse.DO NOT LIFT OR LOWER OPERATOR GUARD (ROPS) WITHOUT INSTRUCTIONS FROM OPERATOR'S OR SERVICE MANUAL. Vor dem Anheben oder Ablassen der Fahrerschutzkabine (ROPS) die hinteren Ecken des Lades abstutzen oder unterbauen. Le non-respect de les preceptes peut entrainer des blessures ou la mort. Weitere Hinweise sind in der Betriebsanleitung enthalten. USING A LIFT ARM NOT See Operator's or Service Manual for more instructions.

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DO NOT OPERATE BOBCAT WITHOUT INSTRUCTION. DO NOT OPERATE BOBCAT WITHOUT USING SEAT FASTENING SEAT BELT AND KEEPING FEET ON PEDALS. DO NOT TRAVEL OR TURN WITH THE LIFT ARMS UP. DO NOT LEAVE BOBCAT WITH ARMS UP OR BRAKE OFF. ENGINE RUNNING. LIFT Weitere Instruktionen finden sie in der Bedienungsanleitung. Consulta el Manual del Operador para mas instrucci6nes. Se reporter au manuel de I'operateur pour plus e.nseignements. DO NOT OPERATE BOBCAT WITHOUT OPERATOR GUARD. Failure to obey warnings may cause injury or death. Missachtung dieser Regeln kann Verletzung verursachen und kann Todlich sein. EI no obedecer estos avisos puede causar heridas 0 ser fatal. Le non-respect de les preceptes peut entrainer des blessures ou la mort.

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WARNUNG (GERMAN)
Bobcat-Lader nicht ohne Betriebsanleitung bedienen. Bobcat-Lader nur bedienen. wenn die Sitzstange eingelegt r'\und der Sitzgurt angeschnallt ist und beide Fusse auf den ~Pedalen sind. Nicht mit angehobenen Hubarmen fahren oder drehen. Lader nicht verlassen. wenn der Motor lauft, die Hubarme angehoben sind, oder die Feststellbremse nicht eingelegt ist. Lader nicht ohne Fahrerschutzkabine (ROPS) bedienen.

A VERTISSEMENT (FRENCH)
Ne pas utiliser Ie Bobcat sans formation prealable,

Ne pas utiliser la chargeuse sans mettre la barre de securite, sans boucler la ceinture de securlte. et sans garder les pieds sur les pedales, Ne pas rouler ou tourner avec les bras de levage releves. Ne pas laisser la chargeuse avec Ie moteur en marche, les bras de levage reieves. ou Ie frein de stationnement desserre, Ne pas utiliser la chargeuse sans la structure (ROPS). de protection

AMONESTACION

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No haga funcionar el cargador Bobcat sin instrucciones. No haga funcionar. el cargador sin utilizar la barra del asiento, sujetar el cintur6n del asiento y mantener los pies en los pedales. No mueva la maquina levantados. No abandone el cargador con el motor funcionando, los brazos de elevaci6n levantados 0 el freno de estacionamiento gire con los brazos de elevaci6n

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WICHTIG (GERMAN)
DIESER LADER 1ST FABRIKMASSIG MIT EINEM FUNKENFANGER-AUSPUFF AUSGEROSTET, DER DEN U.S.D.A. -FORSTEI NSATZBESTI MMUNGEN ENTSPRICHT. DIESER FUNKENFANGER-AUSPUFF MUSS GEWARTET WERDEN, UM SEINE FUNKTIONSFAHIGKEIT ZU BEHAL TEN. ZUR WARTUNG DES FUNKENFANGER-AUSPUFFS MUSS DER FUNKENFANGERTOPF ALLE 100 BETRIEBSSTUNDEN AUSGELEERT WERDEN.

IMPORTANT
THIS LOADER IS FACTORY EQUIPPED WITH APPROVED SPARK ARRESTOR MUFFLER. A U.S.D.A. FORESTRY SERVICE IT IS NECESSARY TO DO MAINTENANCE ON THIS SPARK ARRESTOR MUFFLER TO KEEP IT IN WORKING CONDITION. THE SPARK ARRESTOR MUFFLER MUST BE SERVICED BY DUMPING THE SPARK CHAMBER EVERY 100 HOURS OF OPERATION. F THIS MACHINE IS OPERATED ON FLAMMABLE FOREST, BRUSH OR GRAS~ COVERED LAND, IT MUST BE EQUIPPED WITH A SPARK ARRES),OR ATTACHED TO THE EXHAUST SYSTEM AND MAINTAINED IN WORKING ORDER. FAILURE TO DO SO WILL BE IN VIOLATION OF CALIFORNIA STATE LAW, SECTION 4442. PRC. MAKE REFERENCE TO LOCAL ~ARRESTOR REQUIREMENTS. SEE OPERATOR'S WEITERE CONSULTA MANUAL LAWS AND REGULATIONS FOR SPARK

FOR MORE INSTRUCTIONS. FINDEN SIE IN DER BEDIENUNGSANLEITUNG. PARA MAS INSTRUCCIONES.

INSTRUKTIONEN EL MANUAL

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WENN DIESE MASCHINE AUF LEICHTENTZONDLICHEM FORST-, GESTROPPODER GRASLAND EINGESETZT WIRD, MUSS SIE MIT EINER FUNKENFANG-ANLAGE AM AUSPUFF AUSGEROSTET SEIN UND DIESE ANLAGE MUSS REGELMASSIG GEWARTET WERDEN. ZUWIDERHANDLUNG VERSTOSST GEGEN DAS STAATSGESETZ VON KALIFORNIEN, ABSA TZ 4442, PAR. C. ORTLICHE GESETZE UND FUNKENFANGER-AUSROSTUNG BESTIMMUNGEN OBER GENAU BEACHTEN.

IMPORTANT (FRENCH)
CETTE CHARGEUSE EST EQUIPEE SORTIE USINE D'UN POT D'ECHAPPEMENT A PARE-ETINCELLES APPROUVE PAR LE SERVICE DES EAUX ET FORETS DES ETATS-UNIS (U.S.D.A. FORESTRY SERVICE). IL EST INDISPENSABLE D'EFFECTUER UN ENTRETIEN"'" REGULIER DE CE POT D'ECHAPPEMENT AFIN DE LE GARDER EN BON ETAT DE MARCHE. L'ENTRETIEN CONSISTE A VIDER LA CHAMBRE A ETINCELLES TOUTES LES 100 HEURES DE MARCHE. SI CET ENGIN EST UTILISE SUR TERRAIN COUVERT D' ARBRES, DE BROUSSAILLES, OU D'HERBAGES INFLAMMABLES, IL DOlT ABSOLUEMENT ETRE EQUIPE D'UN PARE-ETINCELLES MONTE SUR LE SYSTEME D'ECHAPPEMENT ET GARDE EN BON ETAT DE MARCHE. TOUT MANQUE A CE REGLEMENT CONSTITUERA UNE INFRACTION A LA LOI DE L'ETAT DE CALIFORNIE, SECTION 4442, PRC. CONSULTER LES LOIS ET REGLEMENTS LOCAUX QUI SE RAP PORTENT AUX PARE-ETINCELLES.

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ESTE CARGADOR VIENE EQUIPADO DE FABRICA CON UN SILENCIADOR REPRESOR DE CHISPAS APROBADO POR EL SERVICIO FORESTAL DEL DEPARTAMENTO DE AGRICUL TURA DE LOS E.U. ES NECESARIO DAR SERVICIO AL REPRESOR DE CHISPAS PARA QUE ESTE EN CONDICIONES DE BUEN FUNCIONAMIENTO. PARA DAR SERVICIO AL REPRESOR DE CHISPAS HAY QUE VACIAR LA CAMARA DE CHISPAS CADA 100 HORAS DE OPERACION. SI ESTA MAQUINA TRABAJA EN UN BOSQUE INFLAMABLE o EN UN LLANO CON MALEZA 0 HIERBA SECA, DEBE ESTAR EQUIPADA CON UN REPRESOR DE CHISPAS COLOCADO EN EL SISTEMA DE ESCAPE Y SE DEBE MANTENER EL IMPLEMENTO EN BUENAS CONDICIONES DE TRABAJO. SI NO SE CUMPLE CON ESTA INDICACION, SE ESTARA EN CONTRAVENCION DE LA LEY DEL ESTADO DE CALIFORNIA, SECCION 4442, PRC. CONSULTE LAS LEYES Y REGLAMENTACIONES PARA CONOCER LOS REQUIERIMIENTOS REPRESOR DE CHISPAS. LOCALES SOBRE

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ELECTRICAL ENGINE SPECIFICATIONS FLUID CAPACITIES HYDRAULIC CYLINDERS HYDRAULIC SYSTEM HYDROSTATIC TRANSMISSION OPERATION & PERFORMANCE TIRES

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. . .1 (1400) --!I ~~ 69. . . . . . .5 cu. . . . . .7 Km/hr. Diesel Engine Lubrication. . . .31 (2192) 139. . . . . .27 m3) Rated Operating Capacity 1300 Ibs. . . . . . . . . . . . (0. . . . . ..0 MPH (9. . ft. . . . below 10°F [23°C]) -61- r-c:: o 3(78) 21(533) 32(813) 48(U. . . . . . . .) @ 2850 RPM v. . . . . .67cu. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . tilt & auxiliary sections System Relief Pressure. 10 Micron. OPERATION & PERFORMANCE Operating Weight. .. . .. . . . 11 gal. . . . .LOADER SPECIFICATIONS o " 1000 \ 86. . . . . . . . . . . . . Where applicable specifications conform to SAE standard and are subject to change without notice. (2182 kg) Bucket Capacity (SAE) . . . .-Ibs. . . replaceable cartridge and 40 Micron sintered filter Hydraulic Fluid Type Clark Bobcat Fluid (6563328) or 1OW-30 or 10W-40 Class SE motor oil (5W-30 at temp. . .. . . . . . . . . . . .(IG) HYDRAULIC SYSTEM Pump Type. (42 Llmin. .. . . . . . . . .0ntrol Valve. . . . . . . . ) 700 SERIES MODELS 743 loader Operator's Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (590 kg) Travel Speed 6. . .6 (3545) ./min. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .2 769) ---(1770) 35. . . . . .::::::. . . . . . . Open center with lift. . . . . .8 Kw) Torque . . . . . . . 4 Cooling System Liquid Displacement 105.) ENGINE Cylinders. . . . . . . . . .. . . . . .-------(3058) 120. .7 ~. . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . 80 ft.----- 55. . . . Gear Pump Pressure Crankcase Ventilation Open Breathing Air Cleaner Replaceable Dry Cartridge with Safety Element Maximum Governed RPM (Full Load) . . . . . .. . .4 -------. Respective metric dimensions are given in omillimeters enclosed by parentheses. . . .in. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . .. . . . .1 (2422) . All dimensions are shown in inches. . . . . 36 HP (26. . . . . . . (108 Nm) Fuel Type . . . Vane Capacity. . . . . .4 -----+j Dimensions are given for loader equipped with standard tires and dirt bucket and may vary with other bucket types. . . . . . .(1732) Horsepower. . . . . . . .. . . .4 (899) 95. . 4810 Ibs. . . . . . . . . . 2100 PSI (14480 kPa) Filtration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .t 109 __:(. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2800 RPM WEIGHT OF LOADS LIS. . 9. . . . . . .. Ir.

. . . .. .75 mm) 25. (31. . . . . . . . . (163. .4 ply rating 35 PSI (240 kPa) FLUID CAPACITIES Fuel Tank . . . . . . . . . lOin. . (50. . cu.15 HP (3. . . . . . 37 amp. . . . 3. (82. Starter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 gal. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 qts. . 12 volt. . . . . . . . . (1 3. . . . . . . . . .25 in. . . . (38. . .8 mm) 1. . . . (8. . . .1 rnm) 12. . in (40.00 x 15.1 Kw) TIRES Standard Flotation : . . .42 mm) I J 1 I HYDROSTATIC TRANSMISSION & FINAL DRIVE Pump Type Pump Displacement Motor Type Motor Displacement. . . Final Drive Inline. . . .25 in. . . . . . . . . . 12 volt. . . .50 in.1 1 " ~ Cylinders Doubleacting I " :1 j ~ Function Bore Diameter Rod Diameter Stroke Lift (2) 2. . . . .. . . . (635 mm) Tilt (1) 3.5 Transmission (Chaincase) . (49 Engine Lube Oil (W/Filter) . . . . . . . . ..00 in. . . (34 Hydraulic and Hydrostatic Reservoir .30 in. . .6 ply rating. . . . .. . .. 55 PSI (379 kPa) lOx 16. . . . axial piston 2.. . . Ventilated Battery . .. . . . . . .8 ern") Oil Bath Gear Reduction and Roller Chain to Each Axle ELECTRICAL Alternator . . . . . . 7. . .96 crrr') Geroler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (312. . . . . . .5. . (12 -62L) L) L) L) L) 743 Loader Operator's Manual . 9 qts. . 13 gal. . . . cold cranking 600 amps.5 cu.2 Engine Cooling System (W/Overflow Reservoir) 13 qts. . . .00 in. . gear drive 4. . . . .. .55 mm) 1.

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