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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 10-03-2006, 07:55 PM Thread Starter
 
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Kawa Service Manual Part no. 99924-1054-18

I was wondering if anyone has a VN750 Kaw shop manual... part no. 99924-1054-18 ? Ron Ayers wants 61.00+ to ship one to me and the price on Kaw.com is 59.99.

I can't pay that price, especially after buying the Clymer.

Thanks, Kait
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That's all I got, whaddaya need?

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If one is good two is better, no?

I understand that some things that are not explained well in the Clymers are done well in the Kawa service manual... and vice versa... kait
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Ebay has a ton of them.
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Yep-- E-Bay!! You can get your choice of the book or CD-ROM
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Other Links:

Link to VN700/750 Service Manual in PDF format (WARNING 117MEG file) click here
Right click the "here" and "save as"

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Thanks, Dianna, I forgot about that.

YEP! Who needs a shop manual when you have one online?

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Thanks, Dianna, I forgot about that.

YEP! Who needs a shop manual when you have one online?

That would be me... I like to hold it in my hand, and get it dirty and greasy.

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If it's a matter of physically handling the pages, select the pages you need and just print them out. That way you can get them as greasy and oily as you want to, toss them afterward and print a fresh set for next time. Or, if you've marked them up and they are still legiable, put them in an indexed binder and keep them that way. You really won't need all the pages in a printed manual anyway for the most part. That and the PDF file makes replacing pages easy if something happens to the paper copies. I wish I had known about the online version before I bought the Kaw manual.

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Okay, here's the deal. Yes I like to hold the book, take it outside, get it dirty and greasy, but the big secret is I read them like novels... I read my Clymer's each night before I go to bed. And there is something really nice about reading, say, a description of pulling my carbs and then putting a nice bookmark in place and gently falling asleep... yes, I know I am extremely weird and need a life and a lover, but for now, I just have my motorcycle and I really want the actual book. But thanks to all for the suggestions... I have ordered it from my mechanic friends at the Ducati dealership (who, I am sure, have decided I am quite mad as I hang out there and help with the bikes for fun not profit).
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