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Peter, am I missing something on my computer? All the manuals for the early Wings are available but I only see the 1994 Service Manual for the 1500s and the 2001-2005 Service Manual for the 1800s. A lot of Owner's Manuals are not there yet, either. Or am I looking at the wrong place?
 

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Unfortunately, that manual is an "03" The "nav" version seems impossible to find. 06> :shock:
 

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Oregonwinger wrote:
Unfortunately, that manual is an "03" The "nav" version seems impossible to find. 06> :shock:
It seems as thought there was somebody on this site who had offered to distribute the '06-'08 version, then changed his mind. It just takes one person to scan the whole 2" binder worth of pages..... I just bought one when I got the bike, not that expensive.
 

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I have the " boat anchor" version, along with the etm. But, it'd be nice to be able to print out a page every once in awhile, and take the manual along on trip, without lugging the "boat anchor".
 

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Scanning your own book is okay.

The newer versions though, to scan and then put on the internet? Risky from a legal stand point.

If we can afford to buy a m/c in the 15 to 20 to 30 grand price range, why get excited about paying for the OEM manual?
 

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It's too bad they (Helm) don't offer the DVD cheap, when buying the "boat anchor". Surely, most of the cost of the DVD is the material, not the disk itself, and I already own the material.
 
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