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Workshop manual
« on: November 12, 2020, 08:43:19 PM »
Hi, does anyone know the link for downloading the workshop manual for the 6x6 tipper?

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Re: Workshop manual
« Reply #1 on: November 13, 2020, 10:02:29 AM »
I've never seen the actual workshop manual for any of the 6x6's. I'd really like to get hold of one to scan so I could upload it here.-> https://remlr.com/forum/index.php?topic=5176.0

All we have is the RPS parts list and the User Handbook. There is a Service Manual for the MK3's, which share a lot of the same parts, to a point.
The user Handbook covers the 6x6 GS and the tipper, but not with regards to repairing them.

If anyone has any of the original manuals that we don't have on that page above, and is willing to let me scan it so we can all access it, please let me know.

Greg.

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Re: Workshop manual
« Reply #2 on: November 13, 2020, 01:10:24 PM »
There would have to be some out there?
I'm looking for information on the 6x6's clutch so I
Can source one.

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Re: Workshop manual
« Reply #3 on: November 13, 2020, 08:09:05 PM »
The clutch plate itself appears to be from International. If this is the part you are after, give your local Iveco dealer and ask them to look up part number 859328R1.
The part number in the RPS is 47961 and was originally made by Girlock Ltd.
If the plate isn't the part you are after, let me know what you need and I'll look it up. The army workshop manuals are more of a "How to fix it" thing. They don't list the part numbers.

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Re: Workshop manual
« Reply #4 on: November 13, 2020, 08:48:42 PM »
It's for my mates truck, what I want to know it if the same
Clutch assembly was used from the mk3 mk4 to the F1 etc because they had the bigger gear box.

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Re: Workshop manual
« Reply #5 on: November 14, 2020, 03:58:20 PM »
No the 6x6 had a 13" clutch ,4x4 was 12",spline size and throwout the same .........the clutch was the same as used in conventional IHs of the period.......and as the flywheel was interchangeable between trucks ,some were drilled for both 12 and 13 pressure plates.......i would also add ,there is no reason a 12" clutch wouldnt  be quite satisfactory in a 6x6.,or a 13" in a 4x4......Repco made all the 13" clutches ,IIRC,but they are interchangeable with standard clutches the same size and type.

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Re: Workshop manual
« Reply #6 on: November 14, 2020, 07:07:52 PM »
Cheers John, he had the tipper delivered but the lowloader could not make it up his hill, another mate in a Mack dump truck towed him up cause it had no brakes....only problem is the guy in the tip truck took off before he was ready and when he let the clutch out in 6x6 low range 1st gear the clutch went boom after 5metres.

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Re: Workshop manual
« Reply #7 on: November 15, 2020, 07:24:22 AM »
I dont have any 13" plates.....still got a few 12s......however ,no need to go to Iveco,any truck brake&clutch place will fix you up with a new disc,.....may be a different style,but provided its a 13 x 1 1/4 spline ,you are good to go.Est cost be $150-200.