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U.S. Army Maintenance Manual - Mitts & Merrill (G & E)

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Reeltor

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Here is a link to an Army maintenance manual from 1981 on Mitts & Merrill shapers. It is my understanding that Mitts & Merrill bought G&E. I don't know how true it is, with that said I was told that many of the design features were carried over to the newer machines.

There is a nice oil cross reference sheet on page 3 of the attachment, between the old style S.S.UV 100F and new readily available lubes. this is a new link for the manual, it appears that the first section is for hydraulic shapers then the numbering system starts over with the manual machine.

http://www.liberatedmanuals.com/TM-9-3418-201-14-and-P.pdf



Is this something that I should upload to the "download" section?

Mike
 

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Yep

Cheers Phil
 

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G & E provided some of the finest machines made IMO. Easily repaired. Quite robust. Ran and repaired many of their gear hobbers.
 

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The manual down load is for a Rockford Hydraulic shaper, no relation to a Gould & Eberhardt. I have not heard of Mitts & Merrill being associated with G&E, M&M made keyseaters. I owned a M&M keyseater and still own a G&E shaper.
 
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