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Old 10-20-2017, 11:29 AM
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Congratulations on the save.

If you need the TC-120 Parts catalog or the GSS-1417 Service manual I have both that cover the 55, 75 & 95. I got them when I bought my 95. I have hard copies as well as PDFs of them thanks to the late great MC Bounds. They don't cover the 85. It came out after the 95.

I also have a 95 rolling chassis. Some of the parts may (or may not) be interchangeable. I'd rather give it to you than have it sitting around forever, or junking it. The parts list shows what part number and then what model it's used on.
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Congratulations on the save.

If you need the TC-120 Parts catalog or the GSS-1417 Service manual I have both that cover the 55, 75 & 95. I got them when I bought my 95. I have hard copies as well as PDFs of them thanks to the late great MC Bounds. They don't cover the 85. It came out after the 95.

I also have a 95 rolling chassis. Some of the parts may (or may not) be interchangeable. I'd rather give it to you than have it sitting around forever, or junking it. The parts list shows what part number and then what model it's used on.
I will pm you my email, if you could send me a copy of the manuals that would be great.
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Tim,
If you go here, there are some operators manuals for your recent bathtub procurement.

http://manuals.mtdproducts.com/mtd/P...0051&langId=-1
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If you take the tires and everything heavy off, will they float?
I bet Tim has some good fiberglass repair skills. Maybe he could make the first "Amphi-Cub"? Hey its been done with a car, so.......
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I bet Tim has some good fiberglass repair skills. Maybe he could make the first "Amphi-Cub"? Hey its been done with a car, so.......
I'm leaning towards air boat. That way I could play with it in the snow too.
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I'm leaning towards air boat. That way I could play with it in the snow too.
Hmmmmm, I think you are going to need more power, Tim.
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You need help my friend.
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Is that an offer? I could definitely get more done with some help
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Tim my friend, you came to the wrong place for help. My signature says it all.
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You don’t need an intervention. You’ve done great !!!
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