Bobcat T770 Oil Filter Cross Reference Info

The Bobcat T770 and T870 are two of the most popular and widely used skid steers on the market. The T770 comes in at 92hp with the T870 right at 100hp. The added horsepower of the T870 gives it a slightly higher lifting capacity. Both are extremely capable machines, and some of the best machines ever made by Bobcat. There are many of these skid steers being used today with thousands and thousands of hours on them, still running extremely well. This guide will provide you the Bobcat T770 oil filter cross reference information you need to keep yours reliably running for years to come.

Bobcat T770 Oil Filter Cross Reference

The T770 and T870 use many of the same filters, so this guide will apply to both machines. Be sure to double check our filter cross reference notes for the filters that vary between serial numbers of the T770. Its important to remember that Bobcat branded filters are not actually made by Bobcat. All equipment manufacturers have one of the major filter brands (Fleetguard, Donaldson, etc). Using a high quality aftermarket filter in your Bobcat can be a significant cost savings, without sacrificing any quality or reliability. On to the Bobcat T770 oil filter cross reference charts:

Bobcat T870 & T770 Engine Oil Filter Cross Reference (Every 250 hours or annually for Tier 3 engines, 500 hours or annually for Tier 4):

Tier 2 and 3 Engines: OEM Bobcat 6678233 crosses to:

Tier 4 Engines: OEM Bobcat 7012303 crosses to:

The engine oil capacity of the Bobcat T770 is 13.3 quarts or roughly 3.3 gallons of 15w40 or 10w30. The top rated oil for the T770 and T780 is an oil that is changed at the correct time. We can’t stress enough, the best oil for your engine is one that is clean (or relatively clean at least). Going far past the recommended hour intervals (for both oil and filters) is a bad way to spend a bunch of money replacing your engine or hydraulic system. That being said, we recommend Rotella T5 Synthetic Blend and Rotella T6 Full Synthetic. The full synthetic T6 is a little bit more money but offers a little higher grade of wear protection. If you commit to religiously changing oil and filters the T5 will do just fine as well. Here are a couple of compatible oils:

Bobcat T870 & T770 Hydraulic Charge Filter Cross Reference (Every 500 hours or annually):

OEM Bobcat #6686926 (Check Price: Bobcat Hydraulic Charge Filter 6686926) crosses to:

Bobcat T870 & T770 Hydraulic Fill Cap Filter w/ Vent Cross Reference (Every 500 hours or annually):

OEM Bobcat #6727475 (Hydraulic Oil Vent Cap 6727475 for Bobcat T770 and T870) crosses to:

Bobcat T870 & T770 Hydraulic Filter Cross Reference (Every 1000 hours):

Tier 2 and 3 Engines: OEM Bobcat 7012314 (Check Price: BOBCAT-7012314 Replacement Cartridge Hydraulic Filter) crosses to:

Tier 4 Engines: OEM Bobcat 7248874 (BOBCAT-7248874 Replacement Cartridge Hydraulic Filter) crosses to:

Bobcat T870 & T770 Outer Air Filter Cross Reference (Every 500 hours or annually):

OEM Bobcat #7286652 crosses to:

Bobcat T870 & T770 Inner Air Filter Cross Reference (Every 500 hours or annually):

OEM Bobcat #7010031 crosses to:

Bobcat T870 & T770 Fuel Filter Cross Reference (Every 250 hours or annually for Tier 3 engines, 500 hours or annually for Tier 4 engines):

Tier 2 and 3 Engines: OEM Bobcat 6667352 crosses to:

Tier 4 Engines: OEM Bobcat 7023589 (Check Price: Bobcat 7023589 Fuel Water Separator Filter) crosses to:

Bobcat T870 & T770 Full Filter Kit (All Filters):

There are a few different full filter kits on the market that are usually a good value, if you just want all the filters in one package. The CFKit packages use only high quality filters from major manufacturers like Fleetguard and Donaldson. You can compare prices of these kits versus purchasing separately to see if there’s a cost saving. These Bobcat T770 filter kits are a convenient way to maintain your machine:

Other common Bobcat T870 & T770 Parts:

Here are a few other common parts you might find helpful: