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Thread: Wanted Early 3J D2 Manuals.

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    Default Wanted Early 3J D2 Manuals.

    I'm looking for a full set of manuals for an early 3J D2.

    pbloom@ymail.com (661) 343-3691.

    Pete.

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    Pete: I have this mint condition book.
    Time for you to get the tailseat under cover.....
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    Default Ooooohhhhhh!!!!!!!!

    That's a great one!

    I'll take it. That's a good start on the set.

    Planning to get the tail seat back over to home and start going through and evaluating it. Just need to get ctsnowfighter back over to load it for me. He's got the eeeeeeaaaaaasssssseeeeee it over the break point down just right.

    I'm tired of having to jump up off the trailer, run back to the tractor and grab the clutch to disengage after being launched while loading! Does definitely clear the cobwebs from the brain trying to do all that before the tractor runs over you or off the back of the trailer.

    Pete.

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    Don't know if this one meets your standards but it is available

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    Default Catapult Ride! - Missed in Operators Manual

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=erV0hpBMmEw

    Caution comes with "experience" - at least D2 has a hood!
    Tailseat Thirty was wide open, just a gas tank, then that red hot manifold! - Yep - been there!

    Some lessons in life one never forgets, especially those that had a HUGE PUCKER FACTOR!
    Last Cat I loaded - the trucker asked me how steep it would climb - my reply - "I don't know, but steeper than I can sit on the seat comfortably!"

    cts

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    Default Thanks, d2gary.

    I think I've got what I need on the way. Watching the mailbox daily. The mail lady is a little nervous.

    I'll keep you posted,

    Pete.

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    Heh

    Quote Originally Posted by Garlic Pete View Post
    I think I've got what I need on the way. Watching the mailbox daily. The mail lady is a little nervous.

    I'll keep you posted,

    Pete.
    I hope you’re not waiting for me. I was doing a D4e “dangled the 🥕 carrot “ routine. JM

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    Default Carrot . . .

    Oofffffhhhh!!!!!!


    Just missed it!

    Juiceman, I sort of thought that was the case. I think do still need an Operator's Instruction Booklet, if anyone happens to have one lying around. A check of the mailbox in the next few days will confirm, but I don't believe one is on its way.

    Pete.

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