Repower old Equipment
Bobcat 610 Category
Available replacement parts listed below, please click product number to view more information about each replacement part.
Original Model: Wisconsin VH4D
This unit has a tapered shaft on it. Our 35hp Briggs Vanguard kit works nice in this machine.
If you only want a Wisconsin engine, this place may be able to help you out: Beiler Engine Service Benuel Beiler New Providence, PA 717-786-7943
The conversion kit includes the following:
- 35HP Briggs Vanguard V-Twin Engine
- Mounting Base
- Tapered Sleeve
- Flywheel Stub Shaft
- Jack Shaft to run Hydraulic Pump
- Pulleys for Jackshaft setup
- Belt Guard
- Choke Cable
- Throttle Cable and Brackets
- Oil Drain
- Installation Instructions
- 90-Days of Technical Support for Installation Assistance
"I purchased the Briggs conversion to the Bobcat 610 from you and I would like to share a few pics and thoughts on the project. At first I was skeptical of the conversion, primarily because of the false information that a few know it all’s spread over the net. Let me tell you how nice this conversion is, because simply put it is a great option for the repower of this unit.
I have included a couple of pics to show you my progress, I hope you don’t mind. There are many benefits to making this engine change.
- More modern engine
- Electronic ignition
- Ease of installation
- No more alternator and pulley on the jackshaft
- Better reliability
- Affordable, even less costly than rebuilding the old Wisconsin VH4D
I could go on and on, but I think that you get the picture."
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While we may have sold many engines listed above to be used for a Bobcat 610 Category, we are NOT claiming these are exact replacements unless the product notes explicitly say so. Many original equipment engines may no longer be in production because of obsolesence or EPA regulations, so in some cases there may not be an exact replacement available. Our intention here is to show that other customers have utilized these in the equipment shown, but may have had to make some modifications to do so. If we know of any required changes, we will list those, however, some adapting during installation should be expected.