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Lull 844 644 Owner Operator Manual now avail on pdf

Discussion in 'Forklifts/Telehandlers' started by joestewart, Jul 17, 2010.

  1. joestewart

    joestewart Well-Known Member

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    I scored an owner/operator manual and ran it across the scanner. This is publication #P09980. There's no publication date on it, but this manual is obviously for the earlier model 644 and 844 Telehandlers. The dashboard and controls in the pictures are similar to my machine, circa 1992. 32 pages. Can email it to you in pdf format. J. Stewart
     
  2. Speedpup

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    I'll take it :D Did you get it on Ebay for about 6.50? Thanks!

    How's the machine coming along?
     
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  5. joestewart

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    Yeah, I bought the manual on the online auction. Progress on my 644 has been very slow, mainly because I've been distracted by other obligations. I'm still in the middle of rebuilding the right rear hub and I haven't even started on the leaky hydraulic cylinders yet. I will refocus on it when the heat and humidity subsides and after I dump a couple of other projects. I may have to hire someone to do those hydraulic cylinders. I don't have the tools or experience to adress them.
     
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    Thanks for the manual you sent. Cylinders are not bad to do. Heat is killing me today I was soaked changing a wheel on the Lull and moving somethings in my yard. If I do another cylinder soon I will photo graph it all. Up here in NY they rape you to do a cylinder.
     
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    I am looking for information about a Lull 644 TT 34, and I saw your comments on this site. I am interested in the owner/operators manual that you mentioned, if you still have it available. What I really would like to know is what engine is in this thing. It is a 4 cyl diesel, and I am told that it is not a JD. It has a Delphi injection pump if that means anything to anyone. I am new to this forum, so I would appreciate any help that I could get. Thanks!
     
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    Can you provide a couple of pictures of your machine?
     
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    what year is it or serial number? John Deere Lulls start with JD XXXXX number. They serial number may give you a clue.
     
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    Probably a Deutz F4L912 engine, 230 cu. in. Give me an email address and I'll email the manual to you.
     
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    I have taken some pictures, and I will try to get them on soon. I am not very good at some of that stuff. Thanks!
     
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    I talked with the owner of the machine, and he tells me that the engine is a Perkins. I don't know about the serial number. I have a number that is something like P563NF; it was right beside the model number in the cab.
     
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    644 pictures

    I will try to get these pictures to load.
     

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    I just purchased a 1988 844 Lull. I am so much in need of a manual. I am very willing to buy one. Does anyone know where I can find a manual? Thanks
     
  16. barklee

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    The manuals are all online now
    http://csapps.jlg.com/OnlineManuals/browse.aspx?path=Lull/Lull Telehandlers&title=PDF Manuals&refkey=http%3a%2f%2fonlineexpress2.jlg.com%2fOLEUI%2fQuickLink.aspx%3fqlkey%3dONLINEMANUALS2&link=
    You will need your serial number to know where the numbers break.
    Hope that helps!
     
  17. dgrommet

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    I just bought a 1990 Lull. Would you mind emailing me your manuel. I also need a new seat, tool box door etc, if you know where to look. Thanks Dean

    dgrommet@gmail.com
     
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    try webequipment.com they do salvage on Lulls your 1990 is a B model correct? If so the manual will not be for your machine. There are usually some on ebay
     
  19. 20%nitro

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    new to the forum and noticed the manual offer. i have a 844 tt 34 and would like a manual if the offer is still good. thanks
    my email is wrenchrattler@yahoo.com
     
  20. HillbillieAcres

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    I have recently acquired a 1989 Lull 844 and am looking for Parts / Service / Operator Manuals