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Kubota SVL90 14pin connector

Discussion in 'Compact Equipment Attachments' started by Hysert, Feb 7, 2017.

  1. Hysert

    Hysert Member

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    Hey guys new to this site... I want to run a soil conditioner /harley rake on my SVL? However I want the buy the bobcat brand soil conditioner, (heard better things about them) the BC one has a 7 pin to run the angle cylinder valve! Is there an adaptor for 7 to 14 pin? Thanks
     
  2. crewchief888

    crewchief888 Senior Member

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    it might be best if you contact your bobcat dealer and ask them to check out "attachments plus" they should be able to tell you exactly what you will need


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  3. f311fr1

    f311fr1 Well-Known Member

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    Try Skid Steer Genius
     
  4. bobatack

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    Not sure if you will findan adaptor like that, but i know most of the later model bobcat attachments that require the 7 pin harness have an electronic controller on board the attachment.
    so that being said the machine and attachment speak thru the 7 pin harness (not sure if Kubota can speak same language thru adaptor)
     
  5. Hysert

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    Got some more clarification yesterday!! The hydraulic angle unit also has the hydraulic front axle lift! The valve body had 5 coils therefore would require a 6 switch setup.. I spoke to skidsteer genuis and they have a "super controller" that will run it however the kit involves clamping 2 small joysticks to my machine joysticks to operate the functions! Don't really like that to much. At around $1500 I'm not gonna go that route now!! I will get the manual unit and for the few times a day I may need to angle I will get out and swivel by hand... thanks for your reply!!!!