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Mc Bob MAC info
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UPDATE : GOT IT

Is the Mc Bob data posted some where ? I would like to get a copy of the page with the Models and production dates. Thanks

update : GOT IT , Thanks
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#2
Chris,
Go here and scroll down for Bob's old data.

http://www.vdm46.com/mcculloch.html

t
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#3
Morning Chris,
We haven't talked in a while. give me a call when you get bored.
Later Mike
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(01-09-2020, 08:07 AM)Terry Sullivan Wrote: Chris,
Go here and scroll down for Bob's old data.

http://www.vdm46.com/mcculloch.html

t

Thanks for the link , there is a lot there but not all of Bob s data. I am looking for the  page that listed all the models and production dates  ( months and years produced  ).  If I remember correctly that was all that was on that page and it was laid out vertically with the differant models on the left side of the page and the month or months range maufactured with the year beside that.
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#5
See attached, for the Standard Series, retyped by Dan Reed.


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.pdf   McCulloch_ID_Charts_DanReed_2017jan01.pdf (Size: 424.95 KB / Downloads: 25)
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#6
Thanks all, someone sent me what I was looking for .
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#7
man,,,sure mis that site,,,got much information off that site years ago...thank God I saved it too!!!!!


GW
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#8
i've heard that mcbob passed away. 
if he did bless his soul he was a good guy.

his site died because he had to pony up 650.00 a year to keep it open.
something about australian taxes or rules never understood the costs he had. 
 
had i known before he closed it we would've taken over hosting it and moved the addy to the usa where it is far cheaper to host.
 he did give us permission to take and save whatever we could from wayback.
 will be a new mission for me now that i have alot of spare time on my hands.
d Cool
Dave L.
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(01-09-2020, 10:29 PM)David Luciani Wrote: i've heard that mcbob passed away. 
if he did bless his soul he was a good guy.

his site died because he had to pony up 650.00 a year to keep it open.
something about australian taxes or rules never understood the costs he had. 
 
had i known before he closed it we would've taken over hosting it and moved the addy to the usa where it is far cheaper to host.
 he did give us permission to take and save whatever we could from wayback.
 will be a new mission for me now that i have alot of spare time on my hands.
d Cool
that site site helped me and many...bring back or refresh the memory bank,,,,,so many good things on there,,,,

maybe you should try and recreate it,,,yer a smart guy......

gw
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(01-09-2020, 08:42 AM)doug tenney Wrote: See attached, for the Standard Series, retyped by Dan Reed.

Was there a second page that had the 49's and the 101?  I sure would like to have that to see just which cranks were left hand and also woodruff key size.  

Jim D
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