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Huber Road Maintainer Model M-52 Parts And Instruction Book Huber-warco Manual on 2040-parts.com

US $54.00
Location:

Sparland, Illinois, United States

Sparland, Illinois, United States
Condition:Used Type:TRACTOR ROAD MAINTAINER HUBER ROAD MAINTAINER PARTS:HUBER ROAD MAINTAINER PARTS CATALOG Country//Region of Manufacture:United States VINTAGE CONSTRUCTION MANUAL:VINTAGE CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT MANUAL

 Up for auction is a technical manual CM Manual No. 113 Parts and Instruction for HUBER-WARCO ROAD MAINTAINER Model M-52


Good Condition Disclaimer: These manuals have been stored in a garage and may be dirty, dusty, have notes or pencil/pen marks, or otherwise may be otherwise damaged as would be expected from a used garage manual.

Really nice addition to your library or  collection and a great resource for original part numbers, diagrams and schematics. Please view photos for more detailed information. I will answer any questions about the item to the best of my ability. Please view my feedback and bid with confidence. Also, view my other auctions. Thanks for looking and good luck bidding.

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