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IH 101 manure spreader

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John A.S.

03-26-2007 11:17:41

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I am looking for any information on the International Harvester 101 manure spreader. I have found a part's manual but would like to get a copy of the operator's manual and learn about anyone's experience with this model. I recently purchased one at an antique tractor auction and want to restore it to full operation. It is mostly sound but requires some replacement bearings and chains.

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David Goode

03-26-2007 13:18:22

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 Re: IH 101 manure spreader in reply to John A.S., 03-26-2007 11:17:41  
Try Binder Books for the Operator and service manuals. they seem to have a good selection of impliment manuals. -David

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John A.S.

03-26-2007 13:21:36

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 Re: IH 101 manure spreader in reply to David Goode, 03-26-2007 13:18:22  
Unfortunately, when checking on the WWW with all the usual sources, I have found only parts manuals to date. Very little other information seems to be circulating.

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John A.S.

03-27-2007 06:26:40

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 Re: IH 101 manure spreader in reply to John A.S., 03-26-2007 13:21:36  
Surely, these have not gone the way of the dinosaur? The original wooden body is still in good shape, if worn, and the paint (even on the beaters) and graphics are in excellent shape. It has not been refurbished so I think it must have been stored. It is a substantial piece of equipment, and with a little TLC, has many years of life left in it. Pricewise it beat the heck out of a new one. Someone knows something about them!

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