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