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BobCat Snowblower (older)

New to forum, thanks for letting me join, Have a BobCat T5-2-20 Snowblower with B&S 5hp engine.Just got engine running well, but having difficulty in shifting into Low speed, High speed ok, have to force lever to engage. Search for service manual online is empty. If I can tweak it, it looks to be a mighty steed for New England nasty weather. Any help is appreciated
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Welcome gend1
I know there are a handful of old bobcat owners here. Hopefully they can help you.
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Everything I know is here, including a link to an expert. They are cool machines, enjoy.

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If it is a friction disk drive which i suspect, make sure to clean the hex shaft the friction disk slides on, I like to use gas or acetone. Then put a coating of light motor on the shaft. Do not get any oil on the friction disk rubber or on the metal drive disk. carl
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