Bobcat® 7 Pin Can Removal Tool
7 Pin Socket or Pin Removal Tool for Bobcat Connectors: CAN Pins Only (Small Ones)
If you have damaged your connector either on your attachment or Bobcat loader and need to remove the CAN sockets or pins, then this is the tool for you. Does not work with 14 pin connectors. Will work only with the 7 Pin Trident style CAN connectors found on the more modern machines. This is a short term solution that will last for a few removals only. Do not expect this tool to last forever. The permanent tools are $65 each and we can order them if you want them.
Here is what your connectors should look like. These tools will fit either the male or female.
How does it work?
On the face of the connector, carefully slide the tool over the pin or socket and give it a 1/4 turn until you feel it engage. Carefully tug on the wire from behind the connector until it comes out of the connector. If it is still stuck, then pull the tool out slightly and turn again as you push it back in. This is because it does not always grab all of the barbs in the connector. It does not take any muscle to do this, only technique. Using muscle will only cause you to damage the connector or the tool. Be careful. Take your time.
This is not a Bobcat® product. This product is not endorsed by Bobcat®. We are in no way attempting to make you think this is a Bobcat® product.
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Bobcat Company is a subsidiary of Doosan Infracore Bobcat Holdings Co., Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of Doosan Infracore Co., Ltd.
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QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
I bought at 8 pin attachment harness for my tree sheer from you. I updated to a new cat with a 14 pin adapter. Just need the pin out for the 14 pin connector color to letters would be nice. I have already purchased the 14 pin connector.
Please go to the FAQ section and scroll down to Cat 14 pin. Everything you need to know is there.
I have to replace the male end and female end. Will this last for both ends. I need the pin puller for the large and the small pins. Is this what I need.