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Old 11-26-2009, 09:25 PM   #61
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Originally Posted by warewolf

dwayne, I think I'd rather have the KTM parts book in my hand, with the occasional error, than not.
true, but I'd rather not have to reorder a con-rod because they list two engines on one page.

Most Japanese parts digrams work much better than the KTM ones, and incorrect parts diagrams lead DYIers no end of frustration, and many weird issues such as noted with the carrier bearings. While having a parts diagram is an improvement over not having one, a correct, logically laid out one is even better.
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