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post #21 of 38 Old 12-17-2013, 10:22 PM
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Bobcat manual

I am looking for a copy of the manual for the Bobcat series of snowblower discussed here. I have 2 of these beasts and would like some more info on them from a manual if possible. Please email me here (bdwald@gmail.com) for any info you have - either paper form or electronic copy, please !! Thank You in advance !! (Or from thestonecarver) !!

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Manual Copy

YES, please !!

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Thanks. Not sure I I thanked you or not. Found a local guy who will let me make a copy of the original manual. If anyone wants a copy let me know.
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Nice snowblowers. I have a 5hp 20" model.

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I know it is an older thread..

But I would also love a copy, also anyone have diagrams for changing the belts?


thanks in advance
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If it has a B&S Engine on it go to there site you will find the engine there. I have 4 Bobcat Snowthrowers. Best ever made.
I have an older Bobcat snow blower with a 5hp Briggs and Stratton engine. I laugh at my neighbours when their machines can't handle a little wet snow. My dad passed this blower along when he purchased a new machine...she's a beautie!

Anyway, I'm doing some work on it now. I would love a copy of the manual if you have one that would be much appreciated!

marshall@oakvillerealestate.com

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Looking for help with my 1975 Bobcat snow blower...

The cable that engages the impeller drive is somehow loose and doesn't stay closed when I pull it up. I have removed the cable and spring which looks fine but it seems that the cable has come loose by 2-3 inches. Can I adjust this cable? I was thinking about a modification of some kind or ordering a new part, if that is even possible with these older machines...she's still a beautie machine

Help Please before the snow falls!
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post #27 of 38 Old 12-09-2014, 08:01 PM
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Here is how my cable adjustment works.
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Yes, would certainly appreciate a copy of manual. Mine's a 1978, 5 HP, 20". Tag says, "T5-1-20-19549".

Email is pat4211@netzero.net.

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Would like a manual copy if anyone still has it, Thank You
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