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Anyone have a Workshop Manual on hand for a '01-'03 750
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Anyone have a Workshop Manual on hand for a '01-'03 750 - February 1, 2012, 10:46 AM

Hey guys, just wondering if there was a chance that somebody might have the actual Workshop Manual for the K1-K3 750. I have the PDF version but I guess I have not caught up with the times and I still prefer being able to physically flip through the pages.

I'd like to borrow it for a couple of days only while putting the bike back together. (I'll give a cash deposit if necessary to prove that I don't intend to keep it or "lose it")

Just took the engine out last night and I'd like to do some work on it while it is taken apart, plus when putting it back together I want to get everything back on perfect and to specs.

It's a long shot I know, but figured I'd ask. Thnx
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February 1, 2012, 10:52 AM

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Hey guys, just wondering if there was a chance that somebody might have the actual Workshop Manual for the K1-K3 750. I have the PDF version but I guess I have not caught up with the times and I still prefer being able to physically flip through the pages.

I'd like to borrow it for a couple of days only while putting the bike back together. (I'll give a cash deposit if necessary to prove that I don't intend to keep it or "lose it")

Just took the engine out last night and I'd like to do some work on it while it is taken apart, plus when putting it back together I want to get everything back on perfect and to specs.

It's a long shot I know, but figured I'd ask. Thnx
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December 27, 2012, 08:38 AM

pm me the pdf file link and i can print it for you. the only thing is you gonna have to get it from me in downtown DC.

sorry didint realize how old this thread was.
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