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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

Re: Catapillar Twenty Two Crawler. Service book??

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09-18-2013 10:46:07

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I have heard the same, that there is a service manual for the 8C twenty. If you can find one it will work for you because the 22 and 8C 20 are the same basic tractor as the PL 15. The 22 has bigger engine and heavier duty finals.

If there is a book for the L 20 and PL 20 or 25 it will do you no good, they are a different animal.

Maybe if you ask at someone will know what books are out there.

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09-18-2013 16:10:14

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 Re: Catapillar Twenty Two Crawler. Service book?? in reply to TomA, 09-18-2013 10:46:07  
Being totally and excruciatingly honest I have absolutely no idea about the machine. I know auto mechanics and have been wrenching a few years. This crawler comes with a clutch pedal and possibly a future kevlar clutch, two brake pedals, a shifter handle, a hand set throttle and a seat. Beyond that is pretty much a mystery. My first crawler has a winch on it that looks like it may have been welded on and a front two way blade. The winch is a needed item for the idiot who will get stuck. I say that while looking in the mirror. This is going to be a challenge of sorts and I just picked up a set of Eisemann magneto wrenches off flea bay. $20 bucks later and the adventure is about to begin. . .

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