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Bobcat 620 and 610 Skidloader

Discussion in 'Compact Wheel Loaders' started by Burns-Tractor, Mar 13, 2011.

  1. Burns-Tractor

    Burns-Tractor Active Member

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    I am looking in to buying a Bobcat 620 skid steer, the engine knocks and needs rebuilt.
    There is also a Bobcat 610 skid steer that is for parts, are the two models compatible with each other??? Both skid steers are at separate auctions, I was also wondering how much the are worth???
    THANKS for any info
     
  2. Burns-Tractor

    Burns-Tractor Active Member

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    BOBCAT 610 PICTURES
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  3. ianoz

    ianoz Senior Member

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    Hi Have not had anything to do with 620 ,but did own a 610 . 610 is a belt drive ,with friction clutches , If the 620 is hydrastatic drive , there would be few if any interchangeable parts ..
     
  4. crewchief888

    crewchief888 Senior Member

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    610 is wisconsin powered VH4D or VG4D
    seems like the 620 is also, but i cant remember the engie model #


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