If you have a question, browse through the frequently asked questions section below. If you can't find the answer to your question, contact customer service or your local dealer.
Please report any stolen equipment to local law enforcement and your local Bobcat dealer. Your dealer will be able to assist you. That information is then stored in our serial number database, should the machine be brought into a dealer for service.
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For information on the year of manufacture of your Bobcat product, you may use the online Service Issues Form or call Customer Service at 800-743-4340.
Serial numbers are located in various locations on Bobcat® equipment, as shown in the Operation & Maintenance Manual. If you are unable find the serial number for your machine, contact your local Bobcat dealer for assistance.
When Bobcat Company publishes the operating weight of a machine it includes the machine with a standard bucket, full fluids (including fuel) and a standard size operator. Find this and all other specs in the product pages.
We have a website that allows you to search for pre-owned construction equipment at authorized Bobcat dealers in the United States and Canada. Review product descriptions and photos, check prices and contact the selling Bobcat dealer directly.
Your used Bobcat equipment is best evaluated in person by your Bobcat Dealer, but for comparison purposes, you may also wish to visit our used equipment website.
Do you have an idea for a new attachment, product or an enhancement to an existing product? We are always interested in hearing your ideas.
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Fill out the online request form and indicate which products you are interested in.
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Parts, service and operation and maintenance manuals may be ordered from any authorized Bobcat dealer parts department. In addition, Bobcat Company offers manuals on its Bobcat Store website.
To obtain Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS), please contact your local Bobcat dealer.
Complete the price quote form to receive a custom quote from your local dealer. They will reach out to further identify your product needs and share information you need to make a purchase decision, including available models and specs for the product category you select, machine features and compatible attachment information, optional packages and current offers.
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Bobcat Company protects the privacy interest of its dealers and does not share this information. You may find individual Bobcat dealer locations using the Dealer Locator.
Please contact your local Bobcat dealer for parts related purchases or questions.
You may also purchase a selection of Genuine Bobcat Parts and Attachments online (available in the US and Canada only).
Bobcat recommends you use Bobcat hydraulic/hydrostatic fluid because it is a unique custom blended fluid made from the finest base oils and additives to meet stringent Bobcat Engineering specifications for quality and reliability. It is the same premium fluid as factory fill.
Bobcat fluid is a special blend of quality lubricants designed to provide optimum flow at subzero temperatures, yet maintain excellent stability during periods of high temperature use. Off-the-shelf hydraulic fluids cannot duplicate the Bobcat formula, which is colored orange to distinguish its uniqueness.
You can find original specifications and production dates on the historical specs page.
With the acquisition of BOB-CAT mowers in 2019, Bobcat Company now offers a full lineup of mowers. We offer six different platform sizes of zero-turn, stand-on and walk-behind mowers with a wide range of deck and engine sizes to suit your needs. To find part numbers for historical BOB-CAT mowers, please go to the parts portal. Reach out to your local dealer for other service and support.
The Bobcat Feller Buncher product line was discontinued in 1987 and the assets sold to Barko Hydraulics in Superior, Wisconsin. It is no longer in production, but please contact Barko for information.
The company sold the Melroe Spra-Coupe product assets to AGCO Corporation in 1992, and the product was discontinued in 2013. Contact AGCO for parts and service information.
Bobcat acquired the loader backhoe product line from EarthForce in 2001 and discontinued the line in 2006. Please contact your local Bobcat Dealer for parts and service.
If you can’t find the answer to your question, contact us directly.