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Parts book 5 months 1 week ago #30085

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Yes I know there’s a downloadable pdf file available on this site but being a “certain” age I like looking at paper books and manuals etc. as my printer is comprehensively fooked I can’t print it out myself. Can I buy a parts book anywhere or can someone print it for me in exchange for the requisite amount of beer tokens please? No need to worry about binding I can sort that. 
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Parts book 5 months 1 week ago #30089

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Honestly, the online parts suppliers are awesome. Partzilla is my go to. I set up an account long ago along with several 'want lists', one for each of my bikes. As I come across a part that I need I simply look it up on the parts fiches and add the part to the proper list. At some point, I just go in and order a wack of parts using the lists and generally have a big enough order that there's free shipping (doesn't take much these days). It's easy to save links to particular parts diagrams that need frequent referrals.
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Parts book 5 months 1 week ago #30090

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The factory issued parts books do appear on eBay from time to time.
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