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Re: What manuals should i buy?

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George The Well Driller

01-27-2013 14:32:52

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Thank you sir! I will get that manual. Its been 0 to -15 for the past week here so it will be a bit before i start draining all oils and replacing all filters. I will post pictures as soon as i can. George in Vermont

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01-28-2013 07:42:08

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 Re: What manuals should i buy? in reply to George The Well Driller, 01-27-2013 14:32:52  
I have a 2110, George. Lots of similarities. Welcome aboard.

I have a copy of the ford service book. I can get you the manual number. Much more in depth than the IT book. Having both is the right answer. They overlap in content.

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George The Well Driller

01-28-2013 11:47:41

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 Re: What manuals should i buy? in reply to Hogleg, 01-28-2013 07:42:08  
Thanks Hogleg! I ordered an operators manual from Ebay last night. The service manual is going to be my next manual. If you have the number that would be great! Cannot wait to play with my new [old] toy.It has a mid mounted sickle bar mower that i am taking off.I am going to use this tractor for brush hogging steep hills in vermont. I have brush hogged these hills for years with various tractors. I am going to chain the 18.4 x16.1 turf tires up.I have heard great things about the 201 gas engines.I hope to post pictures soon.5ft brush hog is all i will use. I am going to try and run a 2 bottom plow for my garden. Thanks again George in Vermont

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