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This manual is compatible with the following models: 763 / Bobcat Company
Bobcat 763 - Year: 1994-2002
Engine specs: Kubota, V2203-EB, 134.3cu in, 4 cylinders, 46hp.
Production year(s): 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, onwards.
Serial numbers or parts numbers: S/N 512212001 thru 512249999, S/N 512440001 thru 512449999, S/N 512612001 thru 512619999
Language: English (some of our manuals are multilingual)
"Original Bobcat 763 Skid Steer Loader Parts Catalog and Manual - Download Now!"
Are you a proud owner of a Bobcat 763 Skid Steer Loader? If so, you'll want to keep your machine running at its peak performance. That's why we are delighted to offer you the original Bobcat 763 Skid Steer Loader Parts Catalog and Manual, available for download. This comprehensive guide contains all the technical data you need, along with detailed engine specifications, maintenance tips, common issues, and more. Read on to discover the wealth of information, ensuring your Bobcat 763 remains a reliable workhorse on any job site.
• Engine: Liquid-cooled diesel engine
• Horsepower: 46 hp
• Displacement: 134 cubic inches
• Fuel Tank Capacity: 24 gallons
• Operating Weight: 5,808 lbs
• Tipping Load: 3,900 lbs
• Rated Operating Capacity: 1,500 lbs
• Travel Speed: 7.3 mph
• Hydraulic Pump Capacity: 12 GPM
• System Relief Pressure: 3,000 PSI
• Loader Lift Capacity: 2,150 lbs
• Bucket Breakout Force: 5,300 lbs
• Maximum Reach: 27.7 inches
• Height to Bucket Hinge Pin: 10.6 feet
• Overall Length with Bucket: 11.2 feet
• Width over Tires: 5.6 feet
• Height to Top of ROPS: 6.6 feet
• Ground Clearance: 7.7 inches
• Turning Radius: 6.5 feet
• Hydraulic System Capacity: 7.9 gallons
• Cooling System Capacity: 2.5 gallons
• Battery: 12 volts, 550 CCA
• Alternator: 55 amps
• Maximum Pump Capacity: 13.7 GPM
• System Relief at Quick Couplers: 3,500 PSI
Facts and Details:
- The Bobcat 763 was manufactured between 1994 and 2002, serving as a versatile compact loader for various industries.
- It featured an ergonomic operator's cab, providing comfort and excellent visibility for the operator.
- The machine's hydrostatic drive system allowed for precise control and maneuverability in tight spaces.
- Bobcat 763 loaders were equipped with a quick-attach system, making it easy to switch between attachments.
- Its robust design and build quality made it a popular choice for construction, landscaping, and agricultural tasks.
- The 763 model offered a strong lifting capacity and breakout force, enabling efficient material handling.
- The loader's auxiliary hydraulic system allowed for smooth operation of various attachments, such as augers, grapples, and sweepers.
- Bobcat equipped the 763 with an innovative lift-arm support system, reducing wear and tear on the machine's hydraulic components.
- Regular maintenance and adherence to recommended service intervals were crucial for ensuring the machine's longevity and reliability.
- The 763 loader's compact size and agility made it ideal for working in confined spaces and tight job sites.
Maintenance Intervals, General Maintenance Tips, and Common Issues:
► Engine Oil and Filter: Change the engine oil and filter every 250 hours or as recommended in the manual.
► Hydraulic System: Check hydraulic fluid levels regularly and replace the hydraulic filter every 500 hours.
► Cooling System: Inspect the coolant level and ensure the radiator and cooling fins are clean.
► Air Filter: Clean or replace the air filter every 250 hours, or more frequently in dusty environments.
► Grease Points: Regularly lubricate all pivot points and grease fittings to prevent excessive wear.
► Tires and Tracks: Check tire pressure and track tension regularly, and replace damaged tires or tracks promptly.
► Fuel System: Keep the fuel tank and lines clean to prevent clogs and ensure optimal engine performance.
► Battery: Check the battery's charge and terminals, ensuring a secure connection.
► Safety Checks: Inspect safety features, including seatbelts and control interlocks, for proper functioning.
► Fluid Leaks: Regularly inspect for any fluid leaks and address them promptly to prevent damage and downtime.
Common issues and their solutions:
* Lack of Power: Check the air filter and fuel system for clogs, and inspect the engine's compression and fuel injection system.
* Hydraulic Problems: Ensure proper hydraulic fluid levels and check for leaks in hoses and connections.
* Electrical Issues: Check the battery, fuses, and wiring for any faults, and ensure all connections are secure.
* Excessive Noise or Vibration: Inspect the machine's tires or tracks for wear and ensure all components are well-lubricated.
* Overheating: Clean the radiator and cooling fins, check the coolant level, and inspect the water pump and thermostat.
Five Tips for Effective Maintenance:
1. Follow the recommended maintenance schedule outlined in the operator's manual to ensure all systems are in top condition.
2. Keep the machine clean and free of debris to prevent contamination and wear on vital components.
3. Store the loader in a dry and sheltered area when not in use to protect it from weather and corrosion.
4. Regularly inspect and replace worn or damaged parts to avoid costly repairs and unexpected downtime.
5. Train and educate operators on proper machine operation and maintenance practices to extend the machine's life.
Accessories and Attachments:
■ Bucket Attachments: General purpose, multipurpose, high-capacity, and snow buckets.
■ Augers: For digging holes in various soil types and sizes.
■ Grapple Buckets: Ideal for handling irregularly shaped materials and debris.
■ Pallet Forks: For lifting and moving palletized loads.
■ Brush Cutters: To clear vegetation and thick brush.
■ Snowblowers: For snow removal in winter conditions.
■ Landscape Rakes: Ideal for leveling and grading soil surfaces.
■ Trenchers: For digging trenches for utilities and irrigation lines.
■ Hydraulic Hammers: For breaking concrete and rock.
■ Soil Conditioners: For preparing the ground for planting and landscaping.
■ Backhoes: For digging and trenching in confined spaces.
■ Brooms and Sweepers: For cleaning paved surfaces and job sites.
■ Concrete Mixers: For on-site concrete mixing and pouring.
■ Stump Grinders: For removing tree stumps and roots effectively.
■ Bale Spears: For handling hay bales and other large, bulky loads.
■ Tree Shears: For cutting and removing trees and branches.
■ Dozer Blades: For grading and pushing materials.
■ Angle Brooms: For sweeping debris and dirt in various angles.
■ Cold Planers: For milling asphalt and concrete surfaces.
■ Mulchers: For shredding vegetation and creating mulch.
■ Rock Buckets: Designed for handling rocks and other heavy materials.
■ Rippers: For breaking up compacted soil and rocks.
■ Vibratory Rollers: For compacting soil, gravel, and asphalt.
■ Snow Blades: For pushing and plowing snow.
■ Material Handling Arms: For lifting and transporting bulky objects.
Owner Reviews and Opinions:
John M. (Construction Contractor): I've owned my Bobcat 763 for over five years now, and it has been a workhorse on my construction sites. The lifting capacity and breakout force are impressive, and it handles rough terrain exceptionally well. The only downside I've noticed is that it requires regular maintenance to keep it running smoothly.
Sarah L. (Landscaper): The Bobcat 763 has been an essential part of my landscaping business. Its compact size and maneuverability make it perfect for tight spaces, and the quick-attach system allows me to switch between attachments effortlessly. The only issue I faced was a minor hydraulic leak, which was quickly fixed by a technician.
Mike D. (Farm Owner): I use the Bobcat 763 on my farm for various tasks, from feeding animals to moving hay bales. It's been reliable, and I appreciate the operator's cab's comfort. My only complaint is that the fuel consumption could be better, but overall, it's been a great investment.
Jessica H. (Contractor): I've had my Bobcat 763 for several years, and it has been a dependable machine. The engine power is more than sufficient for my needs, and it has never let me down during heavy-duty work. The only issue I faced was with the electrical system, but it was promptly resolved by the dealership.
Strengths and Weaknesses:
☺ Versatile and capable of handling various tasks with different attachments.
☺ Compact size and excellent maneuverability in tight spaces.
☺ Powerful engine and impressive lifting capacity.
☺ Quick-attach system for swift attachment changes.
☺ Comfortable and well-designed operator's cab.
☻ Regular maintenance is essential for optimal performance.
☻ Fuel consumption could be improved for some users.
☻ Potential for hydraulic system leaks with wear and tear.
Repairs Needing Frequent Attention and Commonly Broken Parts:
→ Hydraulic system maintenance and hose replacements.
→ Engine oil and filter changes.
→ Tire or track replacement.
→ Electrical system repairs, including fuses and wiring.
Commonly Broken Parts:
→ Hydraulic hoses and connectors.
→ Drive belts and pulleys.
→ Tires or tracks due to wear and tear.
→ Electrical components like switches and sensors.
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