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triumphrider600

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manuals

Whilst chasing some other forums to gain info for one of the threads on here I came across this site. They seem to have workshop manuals for pretty much everything on 2 wheels, downloadable for free too.

http://www.carlsalter.com/motorcycle-manuals.asp

Tom

 

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  • Posted 5 years ago (22 March 2010 10:24)

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johns0n

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johns0n says:

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Bloody good post! :winkie:

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triumphrider600

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thanks

couldn't believe it when I found it.

 

Tom

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johns0n

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johns0n says:

haha

Took me a good hour or so too find a working link for the rotax 122 engine manual!

So this is a very good find :ph43r:

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triumphrider600

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good luck

with the gearbox.

Post when you get it apart.

Tom

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