You'll see plows, harrows, planters, drills, a hoe, a weeder, cultivators, mowers, cutters, rakes, a wagon, saws, diggers, a scoop, blades, snow plows, an angle dozer, manure spreaders, loaders, the step-up, and step down transmission, a drawbar, a hay bailer, and a couple of harvesters. See the table of contents for a more detailed list of the implements that are covered. We have this manual on paper also -- see our other items. Buy now to get the facts on your farm equipment.
Why buy a factory manual?
Fix it right the first time with the factory repair manual and save money by doing the job yourself. Factory experts prepare these manuals for their dealership service departments, so they’re the most complete and specific source of repair techniques. Repair manuals are also called shop manuals, maintenance manuals, service manuals, or technical information manuals.