I have not looked again but when I needed chamberlain shop manual for the back end of my tractor I found a museum in Western Australasian on line who for a donation would send a copy of the bitS of the manual you needed. I got excellent service cant rember the nAmerican, will search . Later.
Does John Deere still have the factory in Welshpool?....might be a factory historical collection..........someone said to me the other day.....youre talking about a 1970 model like it was made yesterday...it was fifty years ago......funny ,doesnt seem like it.
Have used that Historical mob in WA over the years. Was $10.00 for a CD copy of almost any manual you needed. Can't think of them right now, but will try to locate one of my old CDs to get the name for you. Might take a day or two, but I think it starts with Ma????? a or similar.
There is a WA Chamberlain restoration group,with hundreds of restored tractors on road runs ,if you look at the pics..................however ,you have to join to get any further ,like information.......which I dont need .....However ,they dont use the Chamberlain name......JD is obviously still the owner .
Thanks Wouldyou and Sarge, that's the mob I dealt with. I see now the CDs have gone up to $15.00 but still very good value. If I was called to work on a tractor that I was unfamiliar with, I'd get the CD before starting so as to be clued up at the time. Saved me wasted hours and the customer money.
Having it on CD, I could download it onto the computer, print off the pages needed and have them in the workshop when I needed a refresher. CDs take up a lot less room than the hard copy manuals.