Digital 34-36 parts book

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24 Nov 2019 23:31 #38900 by yorkgulch
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Has anyone ever put the 34-36 parts book in an excel spreadsheet? I'm trying to inventory my parts. I couldn't find anything with a forum search.
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25 Nov 2019 06:28 - 25 Nov 2019 06:29 #38903 by johnmereness
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You just get use to using the parts book over time - the reason it probably has not been made into an Excel spreadsheet is that not only does it cover thousands upon thousands of parts, but it is pretty detailed too in its descriptions of each part and that turns out to be quite useful to assembly of a car- I was using it over the past few weeks in figuring out sizes of bolts and if each has a washer (and their size, a lockwasher, and ...).

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25 Nov 2019 16:06 #38906 by yorkgulch
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John, your right the book is amazingly useful and I add notes to it regularly. Your example of nuts and bolts is probably the most useful in spreadsheet format. I'm trying to keep track of what I have enough of and what I still need. I was hoping someone had taken the time to do it all. It will probably require an excel workbook format with many associate spreadsheets or an Access database. I really need to do parts of it so I have an easily undateable inventory.
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26 Nov 2019 13:35 #38912 by Curt Schulze
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Then you get into the 35-36 supplement & supercharged supplement
I have the fasteners in Excel, put that is a section of our inventory list. which is proprietary.

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26 Nov 2019 17:41 #38920 by yorkgulch
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I'll probably just finish a couple of sections and see how long it takes.

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27 Nov 2019 01:59 #38922 by Curt Schulze
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Craig, you will be way ahead hiring a stenographer

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