We have recently been making significant changes to the website's format within the Document Archive sections.
We used the "Wheelhorse Interchange-ability List" and compiled a complete list of every tractor, kit, and attachment made between 1955 and 2000.
The Tractors sections have also seen significant changes. The model years have been broken down into smaller year-spans so that more information could be placed on each tractors line item. All machines are sorted by year of manufacture, and contain information as to tractor model number, common tractor name, number of drive speeds, the engine HP and Model-Spec numbers, the transmission/drive unit, and the applicable WH Manuals for that machine.
The Kits and Attachments in turn were broken down into like-kind groups and sorted alpha-numerically by model number. The applicable manuals are listed to the far right side, again all RED links are manuals we possess, plain black text are ones we need.
We will also be linking to any applicable Service Bulletins, but due to the amount of time this will consume this aspect is planned to be started in the future.
All of the documents, which are contained on this website, will be seen as a RED hyper-link in each pages listings. Anything displayed in plain, black text indicates the manual is known to exist, but we do not have a copy as yet.
In the coming weeks we will be scanning additional documents into PDF format. Should anyone have documents which are not yet displayed in RED, please feel free to scan them and post them to the "Upload (Post) a Document" section in the Forums.
One request when scanning documents:
Please scan the documents in at 360-400 DPI (Dots Per Inch) and in Black and White (DO NOT scan in color), and save the scanned images as PNG (preferred) or in TIF image formats. Doing so produces the clearest, and smallest file sized, renderings when they are converted to PDF format.
We prefer you send us the scanned images of the manual pages in a ZIP archive, so that we can correct and clean the images prior to making them into a PDF file. Just ZIP the PNG of TIF images together in a single ZIP file archive and post the ZIP file to the "Upload (Post) a Document" forum. Don't forget to tell us what manual name and document form number you are posting.
If you are capable of optimizing and converting the images to PDF yourself, by all means please do so.
Thank you all for your interest and document contributions.
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