Manuals and stuff?

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SWilliams
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Manuals and stuff?

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Will there eventually be a section with manuals and information like we had on the old site? If so I do have some info if needed.
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wondering the same thing, those manuals were always helpful .
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Plans are to do that as soon as possible.
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Did anybody like maybe Matt G save the manuals and wiring diagrams off site?
Also, will the serial number listings be back?

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Yes,
We will get as much back as possible. Paul's serial number info will probably one of the first.
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I have quite a few of the manuals if you need them. The Service manuals for the Cyclops, 82, and 2000 series. Owners manuals for many of the attachments as well. The attachment guide, and various others. Now that I have high speed it makes it MUCH easier to deal with them.
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I have all the owners manuals and a few select service manuals and other random manuals, but not much.
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I have the following manuals in pdf files If anyone needs them.
1. Hydro service manual for models 105,123 and 125.
2. Part #'s and diagrams for model149.
3. Operators manual for 86, 108, 109, 128, 129, and 149 tractors and rotary mowers.
4. International blade 42" and 54" setup instructions.
5. Operators manual IH rotary mowers for 38", 42" and 48" 3 spindle mowers.
6. Service manual for models 86, 108, 109, 128, 129, 149, 169, 800, 1000, 1200, 1250, 1450, and 1650 chassis and IH equipment.
7. Kolher engine service manual for models k91, k141, k161, k181, k241, k301, k321 and k341.
8. Operators manual for IH cub cadet 72, 104, 105, 124, and 125 tractors.

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I have several brochures and other literature on my web site that would be available for this site also.

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I have all the 122 and original manuals .
Have a original and a 122 http://mycubs.yolasite.com/

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The wiring diagrams were a huge thing for me I would like to see them back thank.

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Mr.Kline, If you still have the service and or parts manual for the 1200, would you mind sending me a copy of it? I'm buying a IHCC 1200 monday (yes I'm excited as all get out). I just put back together a 1450 Hydro and now with this 1200 manual any help you would be able to provide, would be greatly appreciated.

And in advance,

Thank you very much!
Bill "Bubba," Boyer

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Bubbabk450 wrote:Mr.Kline, If you still have the service and or parts manual for the 1200, would you mind sending me a copy of it? I'm buying a IHCC 1200 monday (yes I'm excited as all get out). I just put back together a 1450 Hydro and now with this 1200 manual any help you would be able to provide, would be greatly appreciated.

And in advance,

Thank you very much!
Bill "Bubba," Boyer
Here is a link to download the manual from this site.
Part 1: downloads.php?view=detail&df_id=147
Part 2: downloads.php?view=detail&df_id=148
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