SG-CT8-FFC - Cat, Terex, ASV 8 Pin to FFC Inline Plug
Here's a Genius idea. Why not allow people with FFC attachments to run them on their Cat, ASV or Terex 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: Cat, ASV or Terex 8 Pin outputs 4 switched 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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2019 cat 262 D3 has the 14pin plug. We have an FFC snowblower. Do you make a 14pin to a FFC in-line plug?
Yes. It should be right next to this item on the same page.
i have a case 85 xt with 2 hydraulic aux ports and it has a 8 pin connector that looks like fcc plug on at loader arm ports i recently purchase a cat g16b stump grinder it has a round 14 pin connector i need to adapt to my skid steer ,my skid steer has locking foot pedal to run an attactment plus the electrical plug on the loader arm where the hydraulic poerts are,i have only ever used a grapple bucket and post hole auger on this machine
Case should have a 14 pin connector similar to your attachment. This tells me that someone has Gerry Rigged it. Send me a photo please so I can see what has happened. firstname.lastname@example.org
I’ve got a 2018 ASV RT75 and I recently bought this adapter to fit to my Paladin Snowblower. My ASV has 8 pins and the Adapter has 5 pins. Nothing functions when connected. What am I doing wrong?
Make your hydraulics are locked on in the forward direction. Everything should work then.
using this adapter only allows me to run auger and swing the chute. I cannot move the deflector.
FFC is part of the Paladin group. Each group sets up their harnesses diferently. There is a pigtail on the end of the harness and that is what you bought from us. The other side is a generic harness that may or may not have been ordered for a specific brand. There are two ways to correct this. On the attachment, does it have 5 pins or 7 pins installed? 5 Pins - You will need to move two of the pins to line up with the other two. 7 Pins - There will be two extra wires at the end of the harness near the solenoids taped up. Use them instead of the two that are not working. This problem originates becase Cat/Terex/ASV decided to use the 8 pin connector and for the 5/6 functions, they used hydraulic control lines. They have since done away with this method but there are a lot of older machines that I have to deal with to fix the operation with modern attachments.
Will this work on a 2019 t650 bobcat with a Harley rake
Not even close. Per the heading this is for a Cat, Terex, ASV machine to FFC line plug. If you have a modern Harley Rake made by Paladin, then you would use this. https://www.skidsteergenius.com/collections/7-pin-controllers/products/sg-cb-4014-genius-7-pin-4-output-controller-for-bobcat-loaders-toolcat-versahandler-4-port-skid-steer-genius and this https://www.skidsteergenius.com/collections/adapters/products/sg-bc14-ffc-bobcat-14-pin-to-ffc-inline-plug
Will this work for a cat 259d with a Harley rake
Not for a D series. This item is for an A, B, or C series with an 8 pin. A D sereis has a 14 pin. Try this if it is a modern Harley with the 8 pin adapter. https://www.skidsteergenius.com/collections/adapters/products/sg-bc14-ffc-bobcat-14-pin-to-ffc-inline-plug