Reproduced Original 1958 Ernest Holmes 650 Wrecker Operating Manual
36-Page Holmes wrecker 650 operation manual dated 1958, reproduced from the original using highest
quality digital scan and print. There are sections on operating instructions, recovery, maintenance,
lubrication chart, transmission dismantling, cable care, mounting 650 wrecker. propeller shaft
installation, parts list, etc.
**All reproductions were reproduced under agreement with Miller Industries and cannot be.
reproduced without written permission from Miller Industries and TowCo-Op.com**
**A donation is made to International Towing and Recovery Hall of Fame
and Museum in Chattanooga TN with the purchase of each reproduction. **
Looking for a way to relive the past of the towing industry? Look no further than this Reproduced Original 1958 Ernest Holmes 650 Wrecker Operating Manual. This 36-page manual, originally published in 1958, has been reproduced from the original using the highest quality digital scan and print technology, ensuring that you get the most authentic experience possible.
Inside, you’ll find detailed information on how to operate and maintain your Holmes 650 wrecker, including operating instructions, recovery techniques, maintenance procedures, and a lubrication chart. There are also sections on dismantling the transmission, caring for the cable, installing the propeller shaft, and a parts list to make sure you have everything you need to keep your wrecker running smoothly.
Whether you’re a collector of vintage tow trucks or a tow truck operator looking to keep your fleet in top condition, this manual is an invaluable resource. Not only does it provide you with detailed instructions on how to operate and maintain your wrecker, but it also gives you a glimpse into the history of the towing industry and the evolution of tow truck technology.
All reproductions of this manual were created under agreement with Miller Industries, ensuring that they are of the highest quality and accuracy. Additionally, with every purchase of a reproduction, a donation is made to the International Towing and Recovery Hall of Fame and Museum in Chattanooga, TN, helping to preserve the history of the towing industry for generations to come.