Cockshutt Tractor Repair Manuals

Save time and money when you perform do-it-yourself Cockshutt tractor repair using our selection of invaluable Cockshutt tractor repair manuals. Published by reliable tractor repair experts I&T Shop Service, which is now a division of Clymer Publishing/Haynes North America, these guides will help you service and maintain multiple Cockshutt models without the help of a professional. The Motor Bookstore carries Cockshutt manuals for Cockshutt 20, 30, 35, 40, 50, CO-OP E2, E3, E4, E5, 40D4, 1550, 1555, 1600, 1650 and much more.

All I&T tractor manuals include component and system disassembly and reassembly procedures with photos and illustrations that show the home mechanic the steps necessary to perform the tasks in the correct order. Additional tractor repair manuals cover the carburetors, clutches, generators, regulators, relays and more on your Cockshutt tractor. Have other tractors that need repaired? The Motor Bookstore surely has a tractor repair manual covering your specific model.
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Cockshutt - Farm Tractors from Canada

Founded in 1877 in Canada by James G. Cockshutt as the Brantford Plow Works, the company name was officially changed to Cockshutt Plow Company in 1882. Best known for its quality designs, Cockshutt became the leader in the tillage tools field in the 1920s, but since the company did not have its own tractor, it made an arrangement with Allis-Chalmers and United in order to enter the market, and years later, the company took over the Oliver tractor line. After a successful decade manufacturing its own line of tractors, Cockshutt was taken over by an investment firm and the farm equipment division was sold. For several years, many models of White and Minneapolis-Moline tractors either replaced or shared badges with Cockshutt, which was eventually discontinued in 1977, which marked the end for this prestigious brand.
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