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Tom in MO

03-17-2013 14:40:00

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Mike, from the standpoint of a complete novice (me) with a TO-20, the Shop Manual is MUCH more detailed and complete than the I&T Manual. (I have both.)

That said, there are a few pictures and drawings that are actually better in the I&T manual than in the "official" Shop Manual - the print job on the Shop Manual reprint isn"t the best.

I didn"t get the Shop Manual from this site, but I think I paid about the same price that you mentioned.

Check Amazon for the I&T book - I think I got mine for like Nine (9) bucks, shipped.

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Mike Darlington

03-17-2013 14:54:47

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 Re: Shop Manual in reply to Tom in MO, 03-17-2013 14:40:00  
There are Shop/Service manuals on DVD at Ebay for around 15 bucks. I bought a DVD manual for our dirt bikes and have been happy with it. Hmmm

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Tom in MO

03-17-2013 16:11:11

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 Re: Shop Manual in reply to Mike Darlington, 03-17-2013 14:54:47  
I considered getting a DVD version, Mike, but then I thought (a) I don"t to print out the
whole manual at home, so I can use it, and (2) I don"t want to take a laptop out to the garage to work on the tractor!

I can see where the DVD has it"s advantages, however.

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