SG-BC14-FFC - Bobcat 14 Pin to FFC Inline Plug | Skid Steer Genius
Here's a Genius idea. Why not allow people with FFC attachments to run them on their Bobcat, Case, Kubota, Takeuchi, Gehl or Mustang Skid Steer Loaders? This adapter does just that. Just plug one end into your loader and plug the other into your attachment equipped with an 8 pin Delphi Metripak 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.
Note: Bobcat, Case, Kubota, Takeuchi, Gehl or Mustang 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. Adapter is meant to be used for Snowblowers, Harley Rakes, Dozers, V-Plows, Tilt Tach Controls, etc.
You will need a different adapter for Cold Planers because they require 6 outputs. Cold Planers will not electrically work on Cat 8 pin because Cat uses two extra hydraulic functions where others use electrical.
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Will this work on a John Deere 323E skid steer to angle a FFC Harley Rake
Yes, but you need to move the ground pin to A from B in the 14 pin connector. I always recomment moving the machine one from A to B and then your machine will be universal and you won;t be stuck buying JD attachments made by Paladin. You can just buy them online for a lot less money.
I have a customer with a Bobcat skid steer and I am looking for a harness to adapt his skidsteer to a LMC snow blower. Would you have a harness for that?
This is the most popular way of doing it.
I did write to you before this is Erick from Briggs Paving we have a skid steer cat 236D I will send you pictures of the machine and we need to hook up a Planer ffc model LAF5824-E903 We locking to buy a adaptor to run the miler machine with that cat skid steer And activate the hi flow 8453926058 Or text any time Thanks
The planers can be ordered with the correct harness from FFC. If you cannot get one, this will work if it is the newer style with the rectangle connector located near the end of the harness. If so, you do need to move pin G to A and H to J on our harness. Also if it is high flow, you will need to add a high flow jumper so your machine will switch on HF. If it is an XHP, you need a jumper from B to N. If it is an XPS, you need a jumper from B to K. If you install a K jumper, never use this in any other brand of machine because they use Pin K for power so you will short out the machine and blow your fuse. You can thank all of the machine manufacturers for conspiring to make this so difficult. They know what they are doing.