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    Default BCS 715 manual

    I just purchase a used BCS 715 tiller and I am in need of a manual to conduct routine maintenance, etc. The serial number on the transmission case is 86816. Anyone know where I can get one?
    Also where exactly do you check the transmission oil level and is it normal for the engine to run on high rev when first starting?
    Last edited by Ezzrider; 07-20-2010 at 07:43 PM.

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    Default Re: BCS 715 manual

    Quote Originally Posted by Ezzrider View Post
    I just purchase a used BCS 715 tiller and I am in need of a manual to conduct routine maintenance, etc. Anyone know where I can get one?
    Also where exactly do you check the transmission oil level and is it normal for the engine to run on high rev when first starting?
    Google earthtoolsbcs. I think i saw some paper ones when I was there, but they have them and the service manuals on cdrom.

    Might be someone closer, but I've got no idea where you're at.
    Last edited by clytle374; 07-20-2010 at 07:16 PM. Reason: missing info

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    Default Re: BCS 715 manual

    Quote Originally Posted by clytle374 View Post
    Google earthtoolsbcs. I think i saw some paper ones when I was there, but they have them and the service manuals on cdrom.

    Might be someone closer, but I've got no idea where you're at.
    I am located in the Tampa Florida area.

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    Default Re: BCS 715 manual

    I'm new to this forum so this may have been provided but I found a link to many BCS manuals here.
    Index of /pdfs

    The link to the 715 is here
    http://bcsamerica.com/pdfs/715.pdf

    Not sure if they want us to see these since I couldn't find a link on their home site yet, but unless they lock it out, it's available on the 'Net!

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    Default Re: BCS 715 manual

    Thanks. I ordered a CD that has the owners and shop manuals.

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    Default Re: BCS 715 manual

    I was wondering if anyone has information on the Acme engine that goes with the BCS 715 tiller?

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    Default Re: BCS 715 manual

    Hey sawzall,

    How's the Rapids?

    Your best bet is Earth Tools in Owenton KY. earthtoolsbcs.com
    BCS 850 w/ Kohler Diesel, 30" tiller, 18 inch combined ridger, 36" dozer blade, 28" snow thrower, BCS BIO100 chipper, blade, 38" mower, 26 inch rough cut mower, 36 inch sickle, trencher, 2 way plow, ridger, hiller/furrower

    Deere 60, 3010, 3020, 4010, 4020, 4430, 4640, 4840 and all the implements to work 'em

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    Default Re: BCS 715 manual

    Thanks I will check it out and the Rapids is OK!

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    Default Re: BCS 715 manual

    The manual in question can be downloaded from BCS America's service information link at bcsamerica.com/eis

    Specifically the manual can be downloaded from here:
    http://bcsamerica.com/eis/manuals/Op...s%20manual.pdf

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    Default Re: BCS 715 manual

    Hi everyone. I am new to this forum and this gardening but i recently got an old bcs 715 tiller given to me by my uncle but it's not running. It has an 8hp diesel acme engine and i'm not very mechanically minded. Would it be too big a job for me to take on myself or should i get a mechanic to fix it for me.
    I'd really love to have a go at it myself but afraid if i mess up no one will want to fix my mess.
    Any suggestions, advice or help greatly appreciated.

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