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Postby bob in CT » Sun Mar 17, 2013 10:22 am

I recommend you download TC37F 1979 Tractor parts manual- it is the latest one with all the updates. GSS-1411 Blue Ribbon Service Manual is essential for any major work. It has all the Cub data found in individual Service manuals and it is a nice, bookmarked scan. For implement parts use CBI-1A 1962 for standard hitch implements and CBI2A- 1960 for Fast Hitch. These are the basic ones I use. An owner's manual too, and you should read that one from cover to cover. Sometimes a different, older, revision may have what you need as eventually discontinued items get dropped from the later books.

There are many more other implement manuals for setting up and operating plus aftermarket equipment and so on. I think I scanned and cropped over 10,000 pages so there s a lot of stuff available right here.
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Postby Jim Becker » Sun Mar 17, 2013 10:25 am

Another choice on manuals is to buy hard copies on paper. You can get high quality reprints from . You can also find copies on places like eBay. There you may be able to find used originals as well as reprints. Be aware that some of the reprints from eBay or sources other than Binder Books are often inferior photocopies. Manuals on CDs are often bootleg copies of the files Barnyard referenced above.

I see Mike and Bob commented while I was typing this.
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Postby Chet » Sun Mar 17, 2013 7:46 pm

:wink: To all....... as they say "down south" .... why, my goodness gracious, y'all are just plum nice folks!

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