It would be worth while getting the bore measured with a.
Nov 04, I couldn't stand the lose bucket on my bobcat so i thought i would replace the front pivot pins and bushings.I hope this can help some one. Jun 05, Its an easy 30 miniute job. Only takes one person. Hope this helps. Dec 27, Well today I decided that I needed to get out and work on the pivot pins on my Bobcat.
They have been getting a bit sloppy and alot of movement that shouldn't be there. I've heard that if you let it go to long and it wears through the bushing it becomes a major rework rather than replace a bushing and pin. I went to the dealer this morning and. Jul 14, Some of the older models, for example, the coupler pivot bushings are steel and relatively thin, and they have to be pulled out, can't drive them out.
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On those I simply clean all the grease out of the pivot pin socket and use a carbide burr in a die grinder to cut a slot in the bushing, that way it will relax and pull right out, no worries at all. Jun 02, If it wasn't for the bushing removal problem I'm guessing it took 3 or 4 hours to clean up the holes, take measurements and machine the tapered bushings.
Edit: I just looked at the parts diagram I got from Bobcat and still don't see any weld in bushings on the Bobtach ears. Remove the bushings from the tilt piston rod ends.
Install the new bushings in the rod ends using a hammer and bushing driver. These bushings do not have grease seals and will extend to.
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Jan 28, The parts diagram shows two part numbers for the bushing, looks like the bushing that you have for pin that fits into the bore of the loader arm, but it's also showing a"BUSHING wear - bore lower pivot on lift arm to +/", that might be the weld in bushing that the fits into. Nov 10, Skid steer pin is plugged up and wont take grease anymore. It's a simple repair it just takes a little time. From start to finish. Thanks for watching and ha. Jul 14, Was working on the Bobcat yesterday and noticed a fair amount of movement in the bucket pivot system.
Picked up new pins and bushings for the upper and lower pivot cylinder and the lower bobtach pivot. What is the best way to remove the bushings and install the new ones?