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Hurth HBW 50 repair manual

Hello,

I am proud new owner of a 1974 Cal 29 with a Universal 25 and a Hurth 50 transmission. I am wondering if any of you have a copy of a repair manual for a Hurth 50 transmission. I have found the operation and maintenance manual, but that is not what im looking for. I am looking for a manual that will assist me in rebuilding my transmission.

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Hi, I Am In Thailand With A Seized Gearbox, The Result Of A Salt Water Leak Getting Into The Gearbox And Then Too Much Time Ashore. Have You Had Any Luck Getting A Repair Manual For The Box. Mine Is A Hbw150 But I Believe It Is The Same As Yours Just Older. No Incline On The Drive. Would Be Delighted To Here From You.
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Hi Troy,

The model numbers of the transmissions have been changed after the product line was acquired. Your HBW 50 is equivalent to ZF-5M. So if you look for the info on ZF 5M you will get the info you need.

Hope that helps some.
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