Sorry they are sideways………..
Thank you Ed, I will keep an eye out for some of these types of manuals.
As to the parts catalogs I have the one for 1930 models. Sitting in my country as lonely wolf the catalog has help me in thousands of times restoring my Pierce. Many times I have enlarged the the drawings 3-4-5 times to get the details.
I have the parts list for my ’31 but there are no illustrations, which would really be helpful.
Randy, the 1930 parts list was the last one with illustrations, so you might want to obtain just the illustrations from the 1930 parts list. We can advise you what’s different: carb, air silencer, distributor (for Model 43–same as 1930 for Models 41 & 42), axle shafts, and a few others.
In a similar vein, the last Owners Manual with mechanical adjustment info is 1929, so 1930 and 1931 owners are well advised to take a free download of the 1929 OM.