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Old 02-05-2008, 09:39 PM
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Bobcat walk-behind service manual??

I have a couple of Bobcat walk-behinds. I think one of the model # is 933010H...all very similar. I was looking for a service manual so I can do basic stuff myself. I need to learn how to make adjustments to the brakes most the time. I also have problems with mowers pulling to the right or the left. Any help appreciated.
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Old 02-05-2008, 11:05 PM
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Well, The model number you posted doe's not exist according to Bobcat.

This is the best I found;

http://www.bob-cat.com/contact/index.html
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Old 02-05-2008, 11:46 PM
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I was not sure if that was the right #. Thanks.
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Old 02-06-2008, 09:08 AM
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That is a good model number if you drop the H. Go here. http://cgcequip.arinet.com/scripts/E...wd=2006CGC1030
That is the CGC parts site. You can go to it through the site that Rob posted if you type in www.bobcatturf.com...then on the next page click on the parts tab...then yet another page will open and you want to click in the center of the page where it says "all others click here". All Ryan, BobCat, and Bunton parts look ups should now go to the CGC site.

When you get to the CGC site there is a spot to enter your model number. Then the next page will give you possible varations to your model....you have two. Click on your model number and a parts page will pop up. Select the grouping that you want to see....just pick any. Then after that on the lower left you will see a smaller box that says "attachments" and below that will say "diagram view" click on diagram view....that is the actual parts, maint, and set up manual that comes with the machine.......Hope this helps.

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