Click to Call 1.866.586.0949


DIY Repair Manuals is your trusted source for authentic agricultural manuals. Our comprehensive collection of Repair Manuals, Owner’s Manuals, Electric Wiring Diagrams, Parts Catalogs, and Hydraulic Schematics are designed to cater to the needs of modern farmers and agriculture enthusiasts. Whether you’re a seasoned farmer or just starting in the field, our factory-original manuals empower you with the knowledge you need to thrive in the world of agriculture.

Related Questions

What is in a Service Manual?

A Service Manual will provide you with the information needed to repair your equipment. From regular maintenance, to breakdown repairs, a service manual will guide you through troubleshooting a problem, to diagramming and step-by-step instructions on making the actual repair. That is why it is so important to get a Factory Original Service Manual, that was written specifically for your model.

What is the difference between an owner's manual and a service manual?

An Owner's manual is a reference book that comes with the purchase of your equipment, and gives you detailed information on operation, features, and general maintenance. A Service Manual, aka Service Repair Manual, or just Repair Manual, gives detailed Specifications, and technical information, along with detailed repair step-by-step instructions.

What is an OEM Service Manual?

An OEM Service Manual is published by the original manufacturer of the vehicle. These are the manuals the dealerships use to do repair work. They are the most accurate repair manuals, as they are model specific.

Do I need an OEM Service Manual, or will a third-party manual be fine?

We also recommend Factory original Dealership Manuals. They are the most complete, and accurate service manuals. They are make and model specific, and are always going to be your best bet. The bottom line is the Dealership manuals are the most comprehensive and complete manuals you can get.

"Agriculture is our wisest pursuit, because it will in the end contribute most to real wealth, good morals and happiness." – Thomas Jefferson

Contact Us