|06-12-2012, 03:11 AM||#16|
Ran when parked!
Joined: Aug 2009
Location: Danville, Il
I use the Clymers some folks have both. Great bike I love mine. Lots of info on this forum.
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|06-12-2012, 08:38 AM||#17|
Joined: Mar 2011
Location: Silver Spring, Md
You will do best to accept the fact up front these manuals are not available for free on the internet. That is probably related to the fact that they are still in print and still copy righted.
I'll say either one because I have both. I sometimes hear more criticism about the Clymers I think but I don't really see that much a problem with it. There are mis-prints in all the manuals is the main problem I think. In Clymers I've found a couple of places in the dialog where I didn't like how they said something but it usually comes down to you should know what you are doing anyway.
You might find either one of these used on Ebay but the dealers overwhelm most searches to find the used stuff because they want you to buy new. They are not cheap either.
As much as we can complain about Clymer's manuals they are better reading I think.
I also have the BMW /6 shop manual. It is recommended but expensive. It's not really for everybody. But the info is right on. It's the most boring of all three to read but whadaya expect, it comes from the Father Land.
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