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Hi all, Just thought id share with you what I believe a good source of the above. Was a bit sceptic at first but they delivered good.
Put and end to days of searching for me.

http://sudoremont.com.ua
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Hello.
Great link, they seem to have a vast list of manuals,
How do I tel which one I need,
I'm after the manual for my 801'
How do I know what model my machine is?.
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Hello.
Great link, they seem to have a vast list of manuals,
How do I tell which one I need,
I'm after the manual for my 801'
How do I know what model my machine is?.
You already said you have an 801 !!
Chassis number stamped on front behind king post.

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You already said you have an 801 !!
Chassis number stamped on front behind king post.
His issue is his is a very early example Tim, Has a different undercarriage to most.
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Rory he said it's an 801, so he knows the model. It has a serial number, a call to a dealer should help surely ?. You don't need a book for running gear he can measure components if any are needed.

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Hello.
Great link, they seem to have a vast list of manuals,
How do I tel which one I need,
I'm after the manual for my 801'
How do I know what model my machine is?.

http://www.plantkeyshop.co.uk/epages...e%20Manuals%22
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Hi
I have tried links above.
Can anyone help with a manual for a 99 benford pt6000?
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