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Help with Technical Literature - Super Tomahawk Chipper Shredder

Posted by carlcooper 5 (My Page) on
Tue, Mar 27, 07 at 11:54

I have just obtained a used Troy-Bilt 8 HP Super Tomohawk Chipper Model # 15016 / Ser. # W845854 made by Garden Way Mfg. Inc. for Troy-Built in 1986. Great unit and runs like a top but I need to get my hands on .pdf or other links to Operation, Service / Maintenance and Spares Manuals. Can anyone help me with this.
I would be most appreciative if someone could assist.
Many Thanks in Advance.
Sincerely
Carl


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RE: Help with Technical Literature - Super Tomahawk Chipper Shred

Hello,

For a quick parts breakdown, try this link:

http://www.partsandservice.com/html/TroyBilt/cs/cs15016.html

I too am looking for owner's manuals for 2 Super Tomahawks, models 11087 & 11478. Both 8 hp made in 1987 & 1989. If anyone has the manuals and would be willing to photocopy them, I'd gladly pay for the expense. Please let me know.

Cheers!
John


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RE: Help with Technical Literature - Super Tomahawk Chipper Shred

I have a manual for a tomahawk model 11087 if your still looking


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RE: Help with Technical Literature - Super Tomahawk Chipper Shred

I know this is way late but I found the manual in PDF format at the following sites and also a source for parts. http://www.brentchalmers.com/
http://www.custompartsinc.com/


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RE: Help with Technical Literature - Super Tomahawk Chipper Shred

Try going to www.brentchalmers.com they have a listing of many of the TB manuals for download.


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RE: Help with Technical Literature - Super Tomahawk Chipper Shred

I BOUGHT A USED SUPER TOMAHAWK RUNS GOOD BUT I THINK I NEED SOME NEW BLADES. THE MODEL IS 15016 ANYONE GOT AN IDEAS?


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