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Old 03-29-2018, 09:36 AM   #1
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A blue cover copy of the original service bulletins by Ben Staub on ebay for 6 days. #312097867954. Large format size with cord holding it together. I already have a copy, so go for it.
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Here is a link.


https://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-197...AAAOSwwARavBn-
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Is there a version of this that covers the T?
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That would be nice to have.

How good/bad is the full-size softcover copy currently being sold new? See:


https://www.themotorbookstore.com/1928-1931-ford-service-bulletins-mechanical.html?
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Old 03-30-2018, 06:30 AM   #5
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Chief, my Dad, worked part time @ our small town Dealership & said single pages of "service bulletins" would come in & letters to help them with unusual problems, that they were attacking, by the "seat" of their pants!!! Like changing over the DAMNED Brake System +*&^%#$+=&% And stalling on QUICK Stops!
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Is there a version of this that covers the T?
Search for: "Model T Ford Service Bulletins Essentials"

Snyder's (and others) probably have them.
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Old 03-30-2018, 08:30 PM   #7
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That would be nice to have.

How good/bad is the full-size softcover copy currently being sold new? See:


https://www.themotorbookstore.com/1928-1931-ford-service-bulletins-mechanical.html?
As just for reference, that is the best one to buy. It has all the same information, but printed on paper about like what you see in common catalogs. The one in the eBay auction is an exact duplicate of the original Bulletins, printed on quality paper.
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As just for reference, that is the best one to buy. It has all the same information, but printed on paper about like what you see in common catalogs. The one in the eBay auction is an exact duplicate of the original Bulletins, printed on quality paper.
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Thanks Don.
Who cares whut kind uf paper??? As long as you can read it! MANY things in the bulletins are just BASIC, ELEMENTARY stuff, anyhow! Like, put on the park brake, before you wash your car, WHY, if you have a level driveway????--Will it run away like an Old Dog, when he hears WATER running????
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