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April 25, 2003, 03:34 PM

I was able to download the Shop Manual and Technican Training Manual for the Mille.

Since many of the components are similar it should be quite useful.

I have them on CD in PDF format. Kinkos was able to run me off a copy of the Shop Manual for about $32. Much cheaper then the $147 that Aprilia wanted.

I am willing to burn off a copy of the manuals onto CD for anyone who is interested.

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May 3, 2003, 12:16 AM

i have 2000/2001 Mille and Falco parts lists with part numbers. PDF format. Jsut PM me and i will send it your way.


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June 21, 2003, 04:43 PM

I don't need the manual, but what's the socket size for the Falco rear axle? I'm changing the gearing, but I don't have the right socket. Thanks!


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July 1, 2003, 04:59 PM

you should have the tool in your tool kit. it is the big round one. be sure to use teh flat/hollow extender with the tool. if hte nut wont budge (probably wont) try palcing the tool on the nut and standing on it.


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