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    New Member tractorshawn's Avatar
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    Where would I be able to download a tractor manual for free, is there such a place? I own a 1985 1010 massey ferguson.

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    Sorry, but I don't condone theft.

    jb

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    From SSB Tractor

    MF 1010 Gear Shift Trans, Diesel, Compact Service Manual, 1087 pages $148.95
    MF 1010 Gear Drive, Dsl, Compact (Intertec) Service Manual $32.95
    MF 1010 Gear Shift Standard Parts Manual $32.95
    MF 1010 Hydro Trans, Diesel, Compact Service Manual, 1087 pages $148.95
    MF 1010 Hydro Trans, Dsl, Compact (Intertec) Service Manual $32.95
    MF 1010 Hydro Trans Parts Manual $32.95
    MF 1010 Hydro Operators Manual, 58 pages $29.95

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    New Member tractorshawn's Avatar
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    I didnt say i wanted to steal, I was just wondering if there was a site that offered this as a service.Like sony I bought a sony TV and lost my manual,went to there site and there it was, down load your manual via internet, free,no charge.I had already paid for the TV at the electronic shop.No stealing involved.Thanks,sorry for the missinterpratation.

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    Thanks Randy,That is american coin? Thats seems about the same price as the dealer.I appreciated it though.

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    I buy most of my manuals on Ebay. It may take a while before someone has what you want but if you keep visiting Ebay, eventually what you need will show up and many times the price is not out of line. You also can visit tractor specific threads and some one there may be able to help you out.
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    New Member tractorshawn's Avatar
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    Thanks farwell,will keep my eyes open

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    It may not help you, but I have found John Deere has operator manuals for free download at the John Deere web site. Massey and kubota web sites seem very basic compared to Deere. I don't own a Deere tractor. I would think it is an added safety feature, easy access to the basic operator manuals.

    Miller Electric also has some manuals on line for Miller's welders.
    Last edited by rich_ncal; 07-04-2006 at 01:06 AM.

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    There is a website that has some implement manuals for download.
    These are just scans of the pages of the manuals posted online.

    http://www.ntractorclub.com/forums/m...uals_index.htm

    Pooh Bear

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    Default Re: tractor manuals for free

    Quote Originally Posted by Farwell
    I buy most of my manuals on Ebay. It may take a while before someone has what you want but if you keep visiting Ebay, eventually what you need will show up and many times the price is not out of line. You also can visit tractor specific threads and some one there may be able to help you out.
    Good luck and welcome to TBN.
    Farwell
    I scan Ebay adds for Massey stuff all the time. I'd be shocked if that manual WASN't currently available. They're fairly common. They generally sell cheaper than dealer, but NEVER free.
    There are three kinds of men;
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    2.) The few who learn by observation
    3.) The rest of them have to pee on the electric fence for themselves.

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