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Dumper Repair Manuals on Net

Post #1 by XS650 » Fri Jul 17, 2009 9:48 am

If you go to the Winget Ltd website ,parts and service, operators manuals,

http://www.winget.co.uk/UserGuide.aspx

There are PDFs of operators and service manuals going back to 1960s for all their range (including tractors!) and manuals for Villiers engines, Lister Petters , Hamworthy axles , Newage Transmissions etc.etc, as many old dumpers shared common parts these may be useful
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Re: Dumper Repair Manuals on Net

Post #2 by Site Admin » Fri Jul 17, 2009 9:55 am

Wow! That is what I call a useful resource!
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Post #3 by Julian » Fri Jul 17, 2009 3:16 pm

This is a handy little site too:

http://www.diggers-dumpers-plant.co.uk/

If you click around you'll find the full engine data sheets and manuals for the Petter PH1 engine (as pdf file) .

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Post #4 by tonystamp » Wed Feb 10, 2010 1:52 am

Hi Great manual for widget make any idea if simular for benford 1200 dumper aprox middle /late 80s chassis plate unfortunately damaged can read TS2 and ends I think in 5t.
Unit has inboard brakes hydolic tip with pump on lister ph1000 9.00 bhp at 2000
New to this dumper world any help with identifing model and information would be great.

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Post #5 by Julian » Wed Feb 10, 2010 9:48 pm

tonystamp wrote: with pump on lister ph1000 9.00 bhp at 2000
New to this dumper world any help with identifing model and information would be great.

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I've an idea that you've got mixed up with your engines. PH is a Petter model to the best of my knowledge I think the 1000 is probably a 1 as in one (single) cylinder.

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Re: Dumper Repair Manuals on Net

Post #6 by tonystamp » Thu Feb 11, 2010 1:27 am

Hi Julian
It has proper looking plate on engine and actualy says lister then 3600958 ph1000 then under neath has 9.00 bhp 2000 I asumed it was a ph1 engine from that but no idea why got lister plate yes a single cylinder and not easy to start single handed.
Need a cheap electric starter system any ideas

Thanks for reply

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Re: Dumper Repair Manuals on Net

Post #7 by Julian » Thu Feb 11, 2010 7:09 pm

tonystamp wrote:Hi Julian
It has proper looking plate on engine and actualy says lister then 3600958 ph1000 then under neath has 9.00 bhp 2000 I asumed it was a ph1 engine from that but no idea why got lister plate yes a single cylinder and not easy to start single handed.
Need a cheap electric starter system any ideas

Thanks for reply

Tony


OK, it's not an area that I have too much knowledge in.

If you goto this site:

http://www.oldengine.org/members/diesel ... chdata.htm

You'll find all the engine data for dating Lister Diesels, and there's a page for the later Lister Petter range.

http://www.oldengine.org/members/diesel ... Years1.htm

The above page seems to list every Petter, Lister and Petter Lister obsolete models ever made. I wonder if it helps you decide what you've got there?

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Re: Dumper Repair Manuals on Net

Post #8 by BulldozerD11 » Thu Feb 18, 2010 5:25 am

XS650 wrote:If you go to the Winget Ltd website ,parts and service, operators manuals,

http://www.winget.co.uk/UserGuide.aspx

There are PDFs of operators and service manuals going back to 1960s for all their range (including tractors!) and manuals for Villiers engines, Lister Petters , Hamworthy axles , Newage Transmissions etc.etc, as many old dumpers shared common parts these may be useful


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Excelent selection of stuff pity no pictures next to item for initial identification of product, could spend days looking through that lot trying to work stuff out.

The last one is a history of the firm produced for 50 year aniversary some years ago.

heres the linjk http://www.winget.co.uk/document/WINGET%20PRELUDE%20TO%20THE%20NEXT%20FIFTY%20YEARS.pdf

I'd seen it before some were but interesting read. Does any body knoe of any similar for other firms ? - I have a JCB one also for 50 years.

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Re: Dumper Repair Manuals on Net

Post #9 by gowy » Fri Feb 19, 2010 9:25 pm

the reason it has lister on the plate is because lister/petter amalgamated in 1984 and ph1 is from the petter brand i spent my first 3 years as an apprentice at seddons plant & engineers overhauling lister /petter engines happy days


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Re: Dumper Repair Manuals on Net

Post #10 by gowy » Fri Feb 19, 2010 9:28 pm

also seddons took over wingate in 1986 and still manufacture in bolton


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