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Got the 5250! Now I need a factory service manual

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05-16-2011 08:14:31

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And wow, Why do these things cost so much new? When I bought the new one for my 970 I only gave a $120. Thanks Tom

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Case Nutty 1660

05-16-2011 20:49:21

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 Re: Got the 5250! Now I need a factory service manual in reply to 4435, 05-16-2011 08:14:31  
kinda get you in the shorts don't they,I don't think they really want us working on them, I think my Maxim SM was 400-500 a few years ago not long ago a ops for a 2670 was around 20.00 got one a month or two ago for a customer was a little over 50.00 with freight,,, did paper go up that much??? gotta love CNH,,,,,

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05-17-2011 08:31:56

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 If it was cursed green in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 05-16-2011 20:49:21  
Of about the same vintage the repair manuals would be about $240. Tom

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