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Re: Bobcat 440, I actually made a fix that worked!

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Tramway Guy

10-18-2013 19:02:26

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Here I thought that I had an old one, a model 444; also with the Onan Engine!
It is currently not running, have had other projects to work on. But glad to see I'm not the only one who likes the older models. I think it is just as legitimate as a '60's classic tractor.
What are you using for a battery? Hard to find the 'Corvair' battery any more.

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10-19-2013 05:14:39

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 Re: Bobcat 440, I actually made a fix that worked! in reply to Tramway Guy, 10-18-2013 19:02:26  
Huh, don't know why I wrote 440, mines a 444 too! I'm not sure on the battery. There are 2 or 3 that rotate among the Bobcat, Simplicity mowers and a JD40c. IIRC it's narrow and a "NF" type. I can try to remember to look. I know I made risers for the seat out of 2x4 to clear the terminals.

If you ever go to repower the 444 I can give you the basics you need to do. Got my engine from Small Engine Warehouse. I think it's for the 500, had to remove some adapters they make from the crank and build a new mounting plate, but it works lots better than the Onan. Lining the darn thing up takes more time than anything else.

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