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May I advise any person who has bought a Goldwing and plans to work on it themselves, to purchase either one or both of these manuals. Don"t have to be new and they will save a lot of frustration and possibly a mistake that could cost you your life...just think about it........:)
 

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There are many errors in some of the manuals so be sure to get both if you get one. And check them both when you do critical work.
It's like handloading. You never go by one manual alone.
 

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The Honda manuals usually have a lot more information, more and better quality photos and wiring diagrams. Probably less errors in Honda manuals.
 

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You can also download free here. Back to the main forum page and go down to the Reference menu.:waving:
 

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Yes, the Clymer is the one I have, and several procedures I have followed, were definately out of proprer sequence!:X This,(if I had done it per the manual), would have made things nearly impossible to do.:gunhead: I want a Honda Manual, too! jimsjinx
 
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