What year is a 751 bobcat?

What year is a 751 bobcat?

Bobcat 751 Specifications & Technical Data (1996-1999)

How many horsepower is a 751 bobcat?

Here is what we know about the Bobcat 751 Skid Steer Loader. It has a Diesel Engine that produces 38 horsepower. This Bobcat 751 skid steer is a four cylinder and weighs 4710 pounds.

How much can a 751 Bobcat lift?

Bobcat Skid Steer 751 F-Series Specifications

Engine Cooling Liquid
Engine Fuel Diesel
Horsepower 38 hp
Rated Operating Capacity ( SAE ) 1,250 lbs
Tipping Load 2500 lbs

What engine is in a Bobcat 751?

The Bobcat Skid Steer 751 is a 38 HP machine that can weighs in at over 2.3 tons and is powered by a 4 cylinder Peugeot XUD9 Diesel engine.

How much can a Bobcat 773 lift?

Bobcat Skid Steer 773 Turbo G-Series Specifications

Engine Cooling Liquid
Horsepower 46 hp
Rated Operating Capacity ( ISO ) 1,750 lbs
Tipping Load 3,900 lbs
Operating Weight 5808 lbs

How many horsepower is a 753 Bobcat?

753 Skid Steer Loader Specifications

Horsepower 46 HP
Engine Cooling Liquid
Rated Operating Capacity (SAE) 1300 lbs

How do I know if my bobcat is high flow?

Bobcat doesn’t make it very obvious, other than a little sticker on some machines. If you can run it, push the high flow button and if it lights up, it has it, if not it’s probably standard flow.

How many hours can a skid steer last?

Some experts say the average lifespan of a skid steer is 5,000 hours. Keep in mind that how long your skid steer lasts depends on several different things, including: Whether you purchased the equipment in new or used condition.

What is considered high hours on skid steer?

Consider Age, Hours, and Usage Consider this: full-time use for a typical skid steer is about 6 hours per day, or 30 hours per week; a skid steer that has been worked part-time usually clocks about 15 hours per week. If a 2-year old skid steer has 1,500 hours on it, it hasn’t been worked full-time.