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Old 01-02-2011, 09:00 AM
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How you coming along with telehandler manuals Mark?
Yep, working on the whole lot. Problem I've got is I'm not that good on the 'puter, so extracting the files and getting them into a pdf "book" takes a while I will get it sorted though........ promise. Did you get the 3cx manual okay? Cheers Mark
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Old 03-02-2011, 07:49 PM
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Okay, Druid II is on hold for a week or so (old machines). but I have Parts Pro
2009 up and running. If you need a page or part number for ordering bits etc, let me know. I can e-mail you the page in .xls format for you to print.

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I now have the following manuals, if anyone wants a copy they are all in PDF, and I'm more than happy to e-mail them to you.

2B 3 3C 3D 4D MK 2 1968- 77 operator and parts manual.
2D 2DS 3 3C 3CS 3D 700 MK2 inc build 3 and 5 machines Workshop manual
Back-Acter (Back-hoe) only Parts manual
2 3 3C 4C Parts manual
3CX 4CX Workshop manual
Leyland Engine workshop manual
1CX op's manual

Cheers Mark
Hi Mark , I have bought a JCB 4D 11 to restore and am looking for as much information as I can get about it , I am in Esk , Queensland , Aust. and find there is not many enthustiac people here when it comes to nostalgia , I am at present rebuilding the 38TD motor so any workshop manuals I can get would be appricated . Regards , Garry Enks
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Old 07-02-2011, 11:37 AM
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Hi Gary, Hope the weather has not been too un-kind to you! 4D II, thats brilliant. You know we only ever had one 4D here on the island, it was brought in by a contractor. It was'nt here to long but I remember it lumbering around. It seemed much slower on the roads than the 3C'c and 3D's that I used to ride along in as a kid If you've seen my thread in the "Vintage" part of the forum you'll know I've just started restoring (read taking to bits) a 3D II. This weekend I finally tracked down one for parts. So more posts after the weekend. You are welcome to a copy of the engine manual, I also have copy of the owners manual which includes the 4D so you better have that aswell eh! If you let me have your e-mail address I'll get them off to you
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Old 07-02-2011, 11:59 AM
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Hi Mark , I think Gary won't be able to PM you until he has 10 or 15 posts up his sleeve . He should be able to leave visitors messages though , so he could either get his bum into gear and wack up a heap of posts ,or leave you a visitors message with his email address and you can then delete the message to keep his address private . Ian .

Mark , I just had a look and you can send Gary an email through the forum ,and then he will have your email address to be able to email back .Or i see on your profile he can also email you direct .

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HJi Gary , Welcome to the forum . A mate just emailed me a photo of the wyvnhoe dam , at 190-% . Bloody scarey .. When i was still on the gold coast ,went up to esk a couple of times with my dads boss to get loads of Cypress logs .. Your JCB wasn't a Ebay pick up was it ? . Seen a few older JCBs going through lately . If your after parts ,Rouse hill Tractors in sydney are a great mob to deal with . Guys that know what their talking about and Much easier on the pocket than CEA . I am up just south of Gladstone QLD . Ian .PS keep an eye on ebay for manals ,Looks of things popup there from time to time .
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Hi Mark , I think Gary won't be able to PM you until he has 10 or 15 posts up his sleeve . He should be able to leave visitors messages though , so he could either get his bum into gear and wack up a heap of posts ,or leave you a visitors message with his email address and you can then delete the message to keep his address private . Ian .

Mark , I just had a look and you can send Gary an email through the forum ,and then he will have your email address to be able to email back .Or i see on your profile he can also email you direct .
Yeah, sorry Ian, got my head up bloody ass this morning Mark
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Hey Mark Did not spot it myself until after i posted .Lot of people don't put the email link on , so good on the pair of you for doing it . To be honest , i don't know if i have an email link .. Ian .
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Old 07-02-2011, 02:25 PM
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Here's one with side shift believed to be a prototype. Has a six pot Leyland in
I read I stole these photo's from somewhere else Mark
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Hi Mark, wasjust going to ask if you had any 4D pictures but your a step ahead of me!
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