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RE: In response to "Re: Tractor"
- Subject: RE: In response to "Re: Tractor"
- From: Larry Elie <lelie ford com>
- Date: Thu, 27 Aug 1998 10:40:20 -0400
- Sender: owner-elec-trak cosmos5 phy tufts edu
From: Allan[SMTP:allanhv worldnet att net]
Sent: Thursday, August 27, 1998 2:38 AM
To: elec-trak cosmos5 phy tufts edu
Subject: In response to "Re: Tractor"
I just ordered a manual, called the "Home Owners' Service Manual"
($29.85) from Technical Service. If this manual is like the one I used
before, it includes schematics, trouble shooting diagrams, etc. I think
it should get you started, provided you are prepared to dig into some
electrical stuff. Since I haven't gotten the manual I ordered yet, I
can't tell you for certain what is in it.
"Technical Service" can be contacted at (608) 868-6220. I have their
address as: 7898 Pine View Drive, Edgerton, WI 53534, but you should
probably call them and make sure it's right!
Does anybody else have experience with "Technical Service"?
I have the manuel. I got it in person at 'Technical Service'. It is for
all the tractors, but
not for any acessories except the basic mower. If it weren't copyrighted,
I would scan
it, but if anyone needed a particular schematic, I think I could copy one
'Technical Service' has a good machine shop, and lots of prints, parts &
manuels, but it
really is a one-man operation. That has pluses and minuses. For example,
motor shell with magnet is $100+; more than most people pay for a used
lelie ford com
> I am looking for a schematic for a tractor which was given to me and
> a repair manual, is there such a thing? I am having a very hard time
> finding anything out about these
> things. Thank
> Charles D. Ku