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Kubota Skid Steer Vs. Bobcat – Which Is Better?

Kubota skid steer vs. Bobcat

In 1960, Bobcat introduced the M400, the world’s first skid steer. The Bobcat S650 arrived in 2014. As Equipment World reported, Kubota’s first skid steers, the SSV65 and the SSV75, first hit the market in 2015.

Bobcat vs. Kubota Skid Steer

As you get into the Kubota skid steer vs. Bobcat debate, you’ll find numerous differences between the machines. However, before you compare your options, carefully define your current and anticipated needs.

Size and Capacity

The Kubota SSV75 is somewhat larger than the Bobcat S650. The SSV75 has a 47.2-in wheelbase, and the S650 has a 45.3-in wheelbase. Without the bucket, the Kubota is 115-in long, and the S650 is 108.4-in long.

If you regularly navigate hilly or uneven terrain, you’ll appreciate the added stability derived from the extra length and longer wheelbase of the Kubota.

The Kubota SSV75 has a 2,630-lb rated operating capacity with a 5,884-lb bucket breakout force. The Bobcat S650 has a rated operating capacity of 2,826-lbs with a 5130-lb bucket breakout force. If lift height and reach are important to you, consider the fact that the Kubota’s dump reach of 36.9-in compares quite favorably to the Bobcat’s 31.5-in dump reach.

Bobcat vs. Kubota skid loader

Engine and Transmission

The 74.3 hp delivered by the Kubota V3307-CR-TE4 engine is similar to the 74.0 hp generated by the Doosan 2.4 L engine that powers the current Bobcat S650.

Bobcat first used Kubota engines before switching to Tier IV Doosan engines in 2015. The Doosan diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) engine tends to run hotter and burn more fuel. Kubota’s diesel particulate filter (DPF) design allows you to throttle up and get to work 60-90 seconds quicker.

The Kubota comes standard with a two-speed transmission, while a two-speed is an available option on the Bobcat. Kubota’s direct drive pump delivers consistent horsepower to both the HST and loader pumps. Bobcat’s belt-driven design allows it to run at lower RPMs. Inconsistent power delivery is a possibility with belt-driven designs.

Operation and Maintenance

In daily operations, the SSV75 holds an edge in the Kubota skid steer vs. Bobcat debate.

For example, there are significant differences between door and window designs. For example, Kubota employs a roll-up door that moves regardless of boom position. The design allows full use of the cab opening. The Bobcat’s swing-out door can only be opened after the boom is lowered, and it restricts access to the entire cab opening.

The Kubota window slides to infinite positions along a track mounted inside the cab, while the Bobcat’s five-position window tracks outside of the cab. Dirt, sand, and debris may accumulate on an outdoor-mounted track.

Kubota offers enhanced visibility using ¼-in wide bars in the top grating. Bobcat uses ⅝-in bars that are more than twice as wide. Even with the boom of the SSV75 down, operators enjoy good wheel visibility. The Bobcat’s front visibility is adversely impacted by the wiper assembly, while the Kubota’s operator can see the cutting edge without leaning forward.

It is easy to repair or replace the bolted-on grab handles on the Kubota. The Bobcat’s grab handles are welded to the chassis.

Ergonomics

The interior of Kubota’s cab is wider, while the Bobcat cab is slightly higher. There’s no denying that great ergonomics and thoughtful cab design enhance productivity. During endless hours of operation, every second lost hurts your bottom line.

For example, the throttle knob on the SSV75 is easily accessed while the right hand (RH) is still on the RH joystick, an advantage when increasing forward speed. Since the S650 throttle knob is on the pillar, the operator must take his/her hand off the joystick to alter engine RPM, reducing forward motion in the process.

Lighting

Bobcat vs. Kubota skid steer comparison

If your skid steer applications involve nighttime or low-light operation, the different lighting concepts may be of interest to you. Kubota uses independent forward and side lights, while Bobcat uses only forward lights fitted with prism lenses to project light to the side.

Contact Us for Prompt Assistance

Bobby Ford Tractor and Equipment is a Texas Kubota dealer serving contractors, landscapers, road crews, farmers, ranchers and others throughout south Texas.

To learn more about our selection of Kubota skid-steers, or to arrange for a demo, please contact us today!

 

Sours: https://www.bobbyfordkubota.com/kubota-skid-steer-vs-bobcat/


EC ILS Bobcat with Kubota diesel, suddenly losing engine oil. Almost a full crankcase over a 6 hour period. Any ideas ?

Eastern IowaMaybe check the engine breather can collect excess moisture and plug in the cold especially due to idling and low engine temp.

south texasMight check the hydraulic reservoir. Rear main seal out, wet clutch????

SW WIIf engine was burning it you should see an obvious blue plume to the exhaust vs before. Leaking from engine should show up around base of oilpan somewhere since it drives the main hydro pump with a belt.

EC ILI should've been more clearI have'nt looked at it personally but neighbor said the fan seems to be blowing it around in the engine compartment. Which had me questioning the breather. Thanks!!

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SW WII have seen it on two skidsteers with a Kubota motor that there is a dipstick hole on both sides of block (for different engine applications) and the rubber plug on the non-used side will come out and make a mess.

EC ILThanks for the suggestions, if it warms up a little tomorrow, maybe I'll go take a look and see whats up
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Bobcat to switch from Kubota to own-brand engines

The new litre Bobcat D34 engine. The litre D18 is pictured below.

New Bobcat branded engines, built by the Doosan Infracore Engine Business Group, will be fitted to selected machines greater than 37kW (50hp) from next year. Bobcat is also owned by Doosan, the Korean conglomerate.

There will be three engine models in the range from 37kW (50hp) to 74kW (99hp) with displacements of , and litres, respectively.  The engines will be used in , , and platform Bobcat loaders, except for the S and S models, which are below 37kW.

The new engines have been put through more than , hours of testing, four times more testing than that on other engines in the Bobcat range of products, to check reliability. 

By using engines without a DPF system, less mounting space is required and they do not need the residue burning off.

Bobcat will continue to use Kubota engines in selected machines in the range and will provide parts and honour warranties on machines previously sold with Kubota engines.  As Kubota engines represent the largest population of engines in Bobcat machines, the Bobcat dealer network has strong competence in servicing these engines and will continue to service Kubota engines in selected Bobcat products.

Bobcat said that as more construction equipment manufacturers align with engine manufacturers or become direct competitors, it made sense for it to find an engine supplier that is not a competitor to ensure supply capacity and responsiveness. 

Bobcat also engaged the engine expertise of engineering companies Ricardo, FEV and SWRI in the development process.

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Bobcat to switch from Kubota to own-brand engines

The new 3.4-litre Bobcat D34 engine. The 1.8-litre D18 is pictured below.

New Bobcat branded engines, built by the Doosan Infracore Engine Business Group, will be fitted to selected machines greater than 37kW (50hp) from next year. Bobcat is also owned by Doosan, the Korean conglomerate.

There will be three engine models in the range from 37kW (50hp) to 74kW (99hp) with displacements of 1.8, 2.4 and 3.4 litres, respectively.  The engines will be used in 500, 600, 700 and 800 platform Bobcat loaders, except for the S510 and S530 models, which are below 37kW.

The new engines have been put through more than 140,000 hours of testing, four times more testing than that on other engines in the Bobcat range of products, to check reliability. 

By using engines without a DPF system, less mounting space is required and they do not need the residue burning off.

Bobcat will continue to use Kubota engines in selected machines in the range and will provide parts and honour warranties on machines previously sold with Kubota engines.  As Kubota engines represent the largest population of engines in Bobcat machines, the Bobcat dealer network has strong competence in servicing these engines and will continue to service Kubota engines in selected Bobcat products.

Bobcat said that as more construction equipment manufacturers align with engine manufacturers or become direct competitors, it made sense for it to find an engine supplier that is not a competitor to ensure supply capacity and responsiveness. 

Bobcat also engaged the engine expertise of engineering companies Ricardo, FEV and SWRI in the development process.

Got a story? Email [email protected]

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Kubota Skid Steer Vs. Bobcat &#; Which Is Better?

Kubota skid steer vs. Bobcat

In , Bobcat introduced the M, the world’s first skid steer. The Bobcat S arrived in  As Equipment World reported, Kubota’s first skid steers, the SSV65 and the SSV75, first hit the market in

Bobcat vs. Kubota Skid Steer

As you get into the Kubota skid steer vs. Bobcat debate, you’ll find numerous differences between the machines. However, before you compare your options, carefully define your current and anticipated needs.

Size and Capacity

The Kubota SSV75 is somewhat larger than the Bobcat S. The SSV75 has a in wheelbase, and the S has a in wheelbase. Without the bucket, the Kubota is in long, and the S is in long.

If you regularly navigate hilly or uneven terrain, you’ll appreciate the added stability derived from the extra length and longer wheelbase of the Kubota.

The Kubota SSV75 has a 2,lb rated operating capacity with a 5,lb bucket breakout force. The Bobcat S has a rated operating capacity of 2,lbs with a lb bucket breakout force. If lift height and reach are important to you, consider the fact that the Kubota’s dump reach of in compares quite favorably to the Bobcat’s in dump reach.

Bobcat vs. Kubota skid loader

Engine and Transmission

The hp delivered by the Kubota VCR-TE4 engine is similar to the hp generated by the Doosan L engine that powers the current Bobcat S

Bobcat first used Kubota engines before switching to Tier IV Doosan engines in The Doosan diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) engine tends to run hotter and burn more fuel. Kubota’s diesel particulate filter (DPF) design allows you to throttle up and get to work seconds quicker.

The Kubota comes standard with a two-speed transmission, while a two-speed is an available option on the Bobcat. Kubota’s direct drive pump delivers consistent horsepower to both the HST and loader pumps. Bobcat’s belt-driven design allows it to run at lower RPMs. Inconsistent power delivery is a possibility with belt-driven designs.

Operation and Maintenance

In daily operations, the SSV75 holds an edge in the Kubota skid steer vs. Bobcat debate.

For example, there are significant differences between door and window designs. For example, Kubota employs a roll-up door that moves regardless of boom position. The design allows full use of the cab opening. The Bobcat’s swing-out door can only be opened after the boom is lowered, and it restricts access to the entire cab opening.

The Kubota window slides to infinite positions along a track mounted inside the cab, while the Bobcat’s five-position window tracks outside of the cab. Dirt, sand, and debris may accumulate on an outdoor-mounted track.

Kubota offers enhanced visibility using ¼-in wide bars in the top grating. Bobcat uses ⅝-in bars that are more than twice as wide. Even with the boom of the SSV75 down, operators enjoy good wheel visibility. The Bobcat’s front visibility is adversely impacted by the wiper assembly, while the Kubota’s operator can see the cutting edge without leaning forward.

It is easy to repair or replace the bolted-on grab handles on the Kubota. The Bobcat’s grab handles are welded to the chassis.

Ergonomics

The interior of Kubota’s cab is wider, while the Bobcat cab is slightly higher. There’s no denying that great ergonomics and thoughtful cab design enhance productivity. During endless hours of operation, every second lost hurts your bottom line.

For example, the throttle knob on the SSV75 is easily accessed while the right hand (RH) is still on the RH joystick, an advantage when increasing forward speed. Since the S throttle knob is on the pillar, the operator must take his/her hand off the joystick to alter engine RPM, reducing forward motion in the process.

Lighting

Bobcat vs. Kubota skid steer comparison

If your skid steer applications involve nighttime or low-light operation, the different lighting concepts may be of interest to you. Kubota uses independent forward and side lights, while Bobcat uses only forward lights fitted with prism lenses to project light to the side.

Contact Us for Prompt Assistance

Bobby Ford Tractor and Equipment is a Texas Kubota dealer serving contractors, landscapers, road crews, farmers, ranchers and others throughout south Texas.

To learn more about our selection of Kubota skid-steers, or to arrange for a demo, please contact us today!

 

Sours: https://www.bobbyfordkubota.com/kubota-skid-steer-vs-bobcat/


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