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    Doghead,
    Just downloaded -20. It worked. Look through the different downloads. I uploaded a -20 and it still works. The second "More Gamagoat Manuals" holds the -20
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gamagoat1 View Post
    Doghead,
    Just downloaded -20. It worked. Look through the different downloads. I uploaded a -20 and it still works. The second "More Gamagoat Manuals" holds the -20
    Mike,

    That's the -20-1 and it does work but is pretty much just PMCS and the LO. The other volumes have more of the maintenance guidelines we've been looking for. I have a complete set ordered and hopefully can upload the others when they arrive.
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    The one I uploaded is 500 pages, a little more than PMCS. I just checked it again and it works fine
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gamagoat1 View Post
    The one I uploaded is 500 pages, a little more than PMCS. I just checked it again and it works fine
    I'm seeing 1 -20 and 2 -10s (-10-2 and -10-3) on the page you have listed. If there is something else regarding the -20s could you post a link here?
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    PM me an email and I'll send you the TM9-2320-242-20
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    Hey Joe,

    i just bought an 1971 M561 Gama Goat and lost brakes on highway after doing 50 down 91 S in CT for 40 mins and front drivers side tractor drum stated smoking. I took it apart and cannot bleed any fluid from any wheel cylinder...do you have ant ideas? Am I missing something like a valve under the baby somewhere. I will also say the master cylinder had two different color fluids, 1 was brown and 1was red, I've read that is pretty common. My plan was to drain and bleed all the lines and put all new dot 5 in....although I can't get a drip out of any thing...any help would be greatly appreciated.
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    Assuming there is fluid in the reservoir , a good place to start is the front wheel that was dragging, only reason they drag is if the extended slave cylinder fails to return fluid and the shoes stay extended pull the brake drum, cinch a thin cargo strap around the shoes , tight, loosen the bleed screw on the slave cylinder and have some some one pump your brakes down , hold tighten bleeder, pedal up . loosen the bleeder, pedal down, repeat, ensure you keep fluid (dot 5 ) in master cylinder, repeat until you get fliud ( slave cylinder is likely bad) . rubber flex hoses are likely originaly , they sometimes collapse check each wheel

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    Thanks, I'll be under her tomorrow morning...
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