JCB Backhole Loader 3C Mk3 (1977 onwards) Owners Workshop Manual.

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JCB Backhole Loader 3C Mk3 (1977 onwards) Owners Workshop Manual.

JCB Backhole Loader 3C Mk3 (1977 onwards) Owners Workshop Manual.

Author: Carder J.

  • 9781785210723
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  • Out Of Print (No Stock)
  • 09/2016
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The JCB Backhoe Loader is the iconic yellow digger, variants of which have now been in production for over 60 years. This manual focuses on the classic 3C MkIII Backhoe Loader, which first appeared in 1977 revered by enthusiasts, and the machine that took JCB from leading British Manufacturer to a global player. The book is produced with the full cooperation of JCB, to coincide with the company's 70th anniversary, and makes use of the extensive JCB archive, featuring a wealth of photographs and behind-the-scenes detail. The yellow JCB has become a generic term for plant machinery, and in particular the Backhoe Loader distinguished by its shovel/bucket at the front and rear backhoe attachment. This manual tells the story of the Backhoe Loader the bedrock of the JCB business and provides fascinating insight into how the 3C MkIII was built, developed and used, in addition to looking at how an example is maintained and operated today. Published to coincide with the 70th anniversary of JCB. The story of JCB - the origins and evolution of the JCB company from one man in a garage to a global player. Anatomy of the 3C MkIII - full details of the components and systems fitted to the 3C MkIII. 3C MkIII attachments and accessories - a listing and explanation of each of the wide range of attachments and accessories available for the 3C MkIII. The owner's view - owning and operating a 3C MkIII. The designer's view - an insight into the design and development of the iconic JCB Backhoe Loader The mechanic's view - operating and maintaining a 3C MkIII Appendices specifications, identification, parts availability and useful contacts.

Publisher: Haynes Publishing

Status: Out of Print (No Stock)

Number of pages: 160

Colour images: 250

Black & white images: 50

Binding: HDB

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