Mansley rotary cultivator

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    farmer-bob
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    I have a Mansley rotavator which I am rebuilding, could any one help me I need a manual showing the parts and a diagram would be really useful. Also I need to know which oil goes in the chain case and gear box and how much to put in.

    #20172

    dave
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    I have a Mansley rotary cultivator service booklet here which I will send to you

    if you send me your contact details to djclark89@btinternet.com
    Use SAE140 oil in the chain case and gearbox .Approx 3/4 to 1 pint
    in the chain case and sufficient oil in the gear box to cover the teeth at the
    bottom of the bevel gear. Dave Clark.

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    expeatfarmer
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    I had a very interesting meeting at Malvern with a Mr Mansley who was the son of the inventor, hos cousin still runs Gregson and Monk who made the machines in Preston although they have now diversified. I wonder if they could still make spares? He showed me photos of the prototypes and variations including a twin head version for cultivating either side of strawberry plants.

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