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The absolutely best manual I picked up was an original edition parts manual from 5/73. I just opened it and found dates from 9/70 and 7/66. Then again, this book covers TO TE TEA 20 30 and TO 35.
Found it on flea bay and paid handsomely. I also have an owners manual and a service manual or two around here also.

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 Re: all you new guys on here in reply to Bruce(OR), 02-02-2014 08:23:14  
The first thing I do when I buy a machine is order manuals. I have seen many learn the hard way. Example I know of 4 case 148s in 3&400 series that spun #2 bearing while warming up. I got a 310 in 1994 lots of hours on it. Still has good bearings ( time to overhaul) I read in the manual to start at 1/3 throttle and run a bit to get oil up through the pump. I was raised that running a cold engine faster that an idle (if you could keep it running) was taboo. I asked a couple guys with the problem - they never ran it above an idle till it was warm. Interesting. I read it 2 days after getting the old case.

We can never learn too much about a new toy even if we had hundred that are similar to the new guy in the garage.

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