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Offline tommyhnavix

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Mc Culloch Service Manuals List
« on: January 31, 2012, 08:25:11 pm »
If you are looking for or collecting old McCulloch service manuals this may be of some help.
 

OLD Shop service manual part number
 59614 BP-1
103677 33B, S33, 35, MAC35, MAC35A, 39, 47,73,99,1225A, 3-25, 4-30, 4-30A, 7-55
 
Newer
 Shop Service manual part number
 63084
 63829
 83323
 93561
 211456
 222951
 223181
 223621
 223622
 
SI 27
 SI 35
 SI 136
 SI 138
 
I think if one has all these publications they should have the whole set of factory service manuals.
 If you know of others please post them.
 
This link to Mac Bob AUS lists some of the saws they cover, mostly older ones.
 
McCulloch Chainsaw models ............................
 
It would be great if everyone pooled their resources and made free access to all these manuals possible for all us McCulloch saw lovers and fixers.
  Thanks
Tom

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Offline Al Smith

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Re: Mc Culloch Service Manuals List
« Reply #1 on: January 31, 2012, 10:07:07 pm »
I've got them on micro fitche .Now the problem is I have no way to copy them  because I've tried . To find a micro fitche printer is like looking for a hens tooth .

I've tried the local library ,no go .The ones that have them want 2 dollars a page --nope .Lawdy the time I got them all copied I could buy a new lincoln at that price .

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Re: Mc Culloch Service Manuals List
« Reply #2 on: February 01, 2012, 07:38:28 pm »
I have them all on micro fiche cards also. I bought a new Kodak Z981 digital camera. It has a text mode. I have not tried it yet, but I am going to set it up on a tripod in front of my large screen card reader and try to shoot some images of the screen and save them to PDF. May be a quick and cheap way to convert them. Hope it works. The scanners or having someone do it is a lot of bucks!!

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Re: Mc Culloch Service Manuals List
« Reply #3 on: February 01, 2012, 07:48:52 pm »
I tried that too with a camera but they didn't do so well .

I've got the Stihl stuff too on micro but also have the IPL's on paper as well as some of the manuals on Cd-rom .Same with the Mac and Homelite stuff ,some Husqvarna too .

Truthfully though on the Mac stuff it's all about the same with few exceptions depending on what it is .Nice to have the info though no doubt about that .

More times than not on most forums if someone is in need of some specific stuff somebody else will step up to the plate and send it to them .


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Re: Mc Culloch Service Manuals List
« Reply #5 on: April 05, 2013, 05:38:01 pm »
I tried that too with a camera but they didn't do so well .

I've got the Stihl stuff too on micro but also have the IPL's on paper as well as some of the manuals on Cd-rom .Same with the Mac and Homelite stuff ,some Husqvarna too .

Truthfully though on the Mac stuff it's all about the same with few exceptions depending on what it is .Nice to have the info though no doubt about that .

More times than not on most forums if someone is in need of some specific stuff somebody else will step up to the plate and send it to them .

Well Al you do need a microfiche reader our local library hd one and yes it is expensive i had to print each page then rescan it when i got back home the complete manual plus the spare parts book along with the BP 399 twin cylinder IPL are on my CD

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