Tractor-Manuals-Downunder.com provides digital downloads for manuals of tractor workshop, service, operators manuals and tractor parts catalogs. All digital downloads are delivered through PDF file format and file size can vary. Tractor-Manuals-Downunder.com is also committed to providing exceptional customer service by putting our customers first!

It was founded by Mister Don in 2005 where it started as a reprint book shop. Mister Don reprinted the manuals and sold it as physical and CD copies. He unfortunately became ill and was unable to sell the books as physical and CD copies; and so, he decided to sell them as digital downloads. Since then, all manuals are sold as digital downloads.

Mister Don was unable to recover from his illness and passed away in 2021. The current admin would like to continue his legacy by keeping the website running and providing digital downloads for manuals of tractor workshop, service, operators manuals and tractor parts catalogs. The website was re-opened and revamped on the 7th of March 2021 which featured a new purchasing system.

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A message from our late founder [?]

Welcome Australian tractors & farm manuals, is dedicated mainly to the farm tractors of yesteryear. Call these tractors what you like! Veterans …Vintage…Antique… or just plain old workhorses, that is up to you. This is my website where I can talk about the old wheeled horses; the machines that served their owners faithfully for many a long year. These well known agriculture tractors can often be seen slowly rusting away out there, under a tree; or in some corner of a abandoned collapsing shed. Some of them are luckier then others; they command a better resting place, perhaps a dry shed with a cover over the exhaust and some rags stuffed up the air inlet pipes. Some of us may even say “they” have had their day…that “they” are obsolete… better to leave them as they are? But people like you and I know better! Think of the excitement of locating that prize you have been looking for all this time. Is it that little “Grey” Ferguson you remember with passion from your childhood? That little tractor must have been one of the first that had the safety feature, whereby if you were in a gear then you couldn`t actuate the starter motor. Or is the prize a “sit up and beg” Fordson { that is what it was called when I was a lad} that was new when you helped out with the harvest in 1950? Or can you remember when you lay in your warm cosy bed, on a cold frosty moonlit night and could hear the thumping of the old Lanz Bulldog, or was it the neighbours McDonald? as it was going around and around seeding for summer’s harvest! Perhaps those days mean nothing to you? Perhaps your love for the “Chamberlain 40K” stems from the picture you have of your dad driving the old girl when he was a lad? Or perhaps you lost your heart to the “Cub” you saw at the local show, as many others did. It doesn’t matter why you are here, gazing at what I am writing… what matters is that you are here. You are reading this because you have an interest in tractors of yesteryear. On the following pages of this website, I am going to talk about farm tractors used mainly from 1915 up until the late 1990`s; especially on farms here in Australia. Most agriculture tractors of that time, that were used here in Oz came from the USA, or the UK. There were a few exceptions mainly from war torn Europe and just a few that were locally made. One well known Australian company was “The Chamberlain tractor company from WA” It became well known for its “Champion” models. and famous for “Tail end Charlie”. Prior to WW2 most tractors in this country were of North American manufacture. Supplemented with notably The Ford or Fordson from Ireland or the UK. Although the German Lanz Bulldog made inroads within the wheat growing areas. After WW2 Australia was swamped by numerous makes; you will read about some of them in later pages. Please feel free to absorb and enjoy. My manuals & books are in the main copies of tractor workshop, service, operators manuals and tractor parts catalogs that come from a period ending in the 2000`s. Most are hard to find as an original, or if original are expensive & snapped up by collectors. I do not sell these manuals for collectors to hoard, but so anyone can read how to repair and look after their own treasured tractor. I have now well over 450 manuals & books on subjects related to the rural scene and farming.

– Don, 2006
Tractor-Manuals-Downunder.com Founder

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