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Bobcat 630

Bobcat 630 specs
TypeSkid steer loader
Lift DesignVertical
Years Made1977-1980

Bobcat 630 Specs

The following tables list the Bobcat 630 specs. When looking at the Bobcat 630 table, keep in mind the year. User manuals were used to determine the Bobcat 630's weight, lifting capacity, horsepower, and other technical requirements. Before buying, check the product's technical specs with the seller. We'll publish an Bobcat 630 review as soon as possible to help you buy.

Operating Specifications

Horsepower28.0 HP20.9 kW
Lifting Capacity (35% Tipping)720 lbs326.6 kg
Lifting Capacity (50% Tipping)1000 lbs453.6 kg
Operating Weight3900 lbs1769.0 kg
Tipping Load2050 lbs929.9 kg
Lift Breakout Force
Tilt Breakout Force
Max. Travel Speed6.6 mph10.6 km

Cycle Time

Raise Lift Arms4.0 sec.
Lower Lift Arms2.5 sec.
Bucket Rollback1.6 sec.
Bucket Dump2.2 sec.

Hydraulic System

Pump Flow9.5 GPM36.0 LPM
Relief Pressure1950 psi134.4 Bar
Optional FlowN/A
Hydraulic Capacity6.0 gal22.7 L
How many horsepower is a 630 Bobcat?

The 630 Bobcat has 28 horsepower.

What does a Bobcat 630 weight?

The Bobcat 630 weighs 3,900 pounds.

How much can the Bobcat 630 lift?

Bobcat 630 lifts 1000 lbs.

What engine is in a Bobcat 630?

The Bobcat 630 is powered by a Wisconsin VH4D engine.

What is the Bobcat 630’s oil capacity?

The Bobcat 630 oil capacity is 1 gallon.

Engine Specs

Rated Speed2500 RPM
Torque Power1800 RPM
Compression Ratio
Firing Order1-3-4-2
Gross Power28.0 HP20.9 kW
Net Power26.5 HP19.8 kW
Displacement108 cu in.1765 cc
Bore3.3 in.8.3 cm
Stroke3.3 in.8.3 cm
Peak Torque66 ft-lb89 N∙m
Coolant Capacity
Engine Oil Capacity1.0 gal3.8 L
Fuel Tank Capacity10.0 gal37.9 L


Height75.6 in.191.9 cm
Bucket Hinge Pin108.6 in.275.9 cm
Width53.5 in.135.9 cm
Length120.2 in.305.3 cm
Dump Height86.3 in.219.2 cm
Dump Reach21.6 in.55.0 cm
Ground Clearance7.1 in.18.0 cm
Dump Angle30°
Rollback Angle26°
Departure Angle27°

Tire Size


Bobcat 630 Review


The Bobcat 630, as far as I'm aware, represents Bobcat's first serious attempt at pilot-style joystick controls. Although I have not tried them myself, I have heard from multiple sources that they could use some improvement.

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