Bobcat®, Kubota, Case, John Deere 14 Pin Tool
14 Pin Socket or Pin Removal Tool:
If you have damaged your connector either on your attachment or loader and need to remove the sockets or pins, then this is the tool for you. Does not work with 7 or 8 pin connectors. Will work only with the Deutsch 14 Pin Style connectors found on the following manufacturers machines. This is a short term solution that will last for a few removals only. Do not expect this tool to last forever.
Works with Bobcat 14 pin, Caterpillar D series 14 Pin, John Deere, Case, New Holland, Kubota, Doosan, JCB, Wacker Neuson, Volvo, Mustang, Gehl & Yanmar.
Here is what your connectors should look like. These tools will fit either the male or female.
How does it work?
On the back of the connector, carefully slide the tool over the wire and slide inside the rubber 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.
Bobcat®, the Bobcat logo and the colors of the Bobcat machine are registered trademarks of Bobcat Company in the United States and various other countries.
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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I bought your female 14-pin connector so that I could rig up 12V power for a sprayer (rather than having to connect to a separate battery bouncing around in my Kubota SSV75 bucket... My query is: how should I fasten the leads to the 2 pins (K & B)? Can I merely crimp them in or should I solder them? Thank you in advance for your help!
Soldering is the best way. Here are some instructions.
I am looking for a connector that will allow me to connect my 8 pin ASV-100 track loader dozer implement to my new SLV-95-2s 14 pin male connection.
Here is the adapter. Please click the link.