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SG-BC14-CT8 - Machine Side Bobcat 14 Pin to Attachment Side Cat, Terex & ASV 8 Pin | Skid Steer Genius

  • $190.00

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Here's a Genius idea.  Why not allow people with Caterpillar attachments run them on their Bobcat Skid Steer Loader?  This adapter does just that.  Just plug one end into your Bobcat Loader and plug the other into your attachment equipped with an 8 pin connector.  Turn on your machine and get to work.  This is another Genius product.  The best ideas at the best prices.

Note:  Also works with Kubota, New Holland, Case, Gehl, JCB/Volvo, Takeuchi & Yanmar loaders.

For attachments, you must verify that it is an 8 pin style connector.  It does not matter if there are less sockets.  Count the positions, not the installed sockets.  If it is a CAT attachment, they made them with 8 and 14 pin styles so you must verify or you will order the wrong thing and it won't work.

Note:  Bobcat 14 Pin outputs 6 switched ports.  Caterpillar/ASV/Terex only outputs 4 ports.  You will notice that this adapter has 5 pins installed.  Up/Down & Left/Right are all that is available.  This is a manufacturer limitation and not something that we have introduced.


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  • Customer has a Cat 6 way dozer blade with 6 pin. We need an adapter for a Case TV370 14 pin. Which do I need?

    Here is a kit that we designed for this issue.  https://www.skidsteergenius.com/collections/bypass-cable-kits/products/genius-14-pin-cat-dozer-blade-kit-sg-bc14-ct-dozer-skid-steer-genius

  • Customer has T770 Bobcat and wants to run PC306B Cat planer on it. He has 14 pin harness on T770 alread. He just needs correct adapter to run planer on both Bobcat & Cat.Thanks

    There is no adapter needed for this if he plans on operating it only on the Bobcat and not going back to a CAT. First watch video #100 in our video gallery so you understand how to move pins. In the attachment 14 pin connector, open the back of the connector. Move Pin A to G and J to H. Check to see that there is no Pin K installed. For CAT this is a ground pin and Bobcat it is a +12 volt pin. You need to push this pin back into the connector if it is present or you will short out your ACS circuit and blow the fuse. Assemble the connector and get to work.

  • Our customer has recently purchased a new CAT 242D Skid Steer (9 pin) and would like to use a broom attachment from our Bobcat skid steer with 7 pins (male). Please advise what adapter harness do we need to get the CAT 242D skid steer to run the broom. Thank you.

    He will need to purchase a harness. Please order SG-BPH-14-4-9DP. Verify the connectors whether they are Deutsch or Delphi and make sure you have adapters.