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Well as you all may be aware, my daughter and I are hard at work at creating a new and improved manual server. Unfortunately due to pressing health and educational demands, the work is not progressing as quickly as we had hoped. I had decided not to do much maintenance on the existing server since the new one would be up soon. However, that isn't appearing to be a really soon happenin... it will probably take a few more months to put is all together...
So, I have decided that I have to play with what I have for the moment and fix what is broke, upload what is new and generally check things out. Surprisingly I am amazed that no one noticed that the Cub 154 Lo-Boy Owner's Manual html file was corrupted... only showed up to page 20 and for the next 41 pages, there were 41 copies of page 20
So anyways for all you Numbered Series owners and fans, I have uploaded and fixed a bunch of things. Please do peruse the Numbered Series manual pages. I redid the Cub-154 Owner's Manual and resized it so that it would fit within most frames in all the browsers. The html file Cub-154 Owners Manual is now complete with all 64 pages. I also uploaded the Cub-184 Owners Manual (Jen Sales) which is a new one and contains the html format as well. I do hope that this helps y'all out.
I really would appreciate either comments here or pm's if you notice anything broke, busted, not working etc. My goal is to make sure you all have access to these manuals on-line and that they are essentially correct and seamless. Oh, and if by any chance any of you have manuals that I do not have on the server and would be willing to donate a copy (Bob in CT has offered to high speed scan and output into jpeg and pdf formats for anyone who has a manual to scan) to the server please let me know.
The server is your on-line Reference Library for all Cub Related Manuals and is a complement to the E-Encyclopedia we are working on. Both are dependant upon one another. Thanks
THANK YOU for your tireless work in helping to keep the knowledge on these great tractors alive and availible to everyone.
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