Male Flat Faced Coupler, 1/2" body 3/4" SAE/ORB thread, 7246791


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Male Flat Faced Coupler, 1/2" body 3/4" SAE/ORB thread, 7246791

Bobcat flat faced couplers are engineered to have no leaks during connection and disconnection, as well as long-lasting polymer seals to sustain dirty and dusty conditions that are typical in agriculture and construction.

No fluid spillage or air inclusion keeping equipment safe and clean

Avoid costly fluid spills

Internal components designed to maximize fluid flow with minimal change in pressure

Push to connect

Working pressure of 35 MPa

High grade carbon steel with zinc-nickel plating for corrosion resistance

ISO 16028 interchange

Half inch body size

¾ SAE thread

1-1/16 inch UN Female ORB thread

O-ring Boss

Manufacturer Stamp: FFH08 34SAE M

Due to engineering standards, this part supercedes 6688454. This is the direct replacement.

More Information

Body Size 1/2" body
Thread Size 3/4" SAE thread
Type Male

7246791 supercedes 6688454

Model Compatibility

Attachments: Chipper, Clamp, Concrete Pump, Forestry Cutter, Pallet Fork, Bale Spike, Side Shift, Planer, Rotary Cutter, Snowblower, Soil Conditioner, Stump Grinder, Tiller, Trencher, Wheel Saw

Backhoe Loaders: B100, B200, B250, B300, BL275, BL370, BL375, BL470, BL475, BL570, BL575

Excavators:319, 320, 321, 322, 323, 324, 325, 328, 329, 331, 334, 335, 337, 341, E08, E10, E14, E16, E17, E32, E32i, E35, E35i, E42, E45, E55, E55W, E57W, E60, E62, E63, E80, E85

Loaders:542, 543, 553, 653, 751, 753, 763, 773, 7753, 853, 863, 864, 873, 963

Utility Vehicles:2300

Work Machines:5600

Check the Bobcat Online Parts Catalog to ensure the correct part for your equipment. 

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WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including lead and lead compounds, mineral oils, and phthalates which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to