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Where is the best place to get Factory Manuals for older bikes ?

Specifically a 1984 GL1200 Aspencade.:stumped:
 

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Check with the Honda dealers, or Ebay.
 

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do you want the download version or do you want hardback
 

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Sometimes you can get lucky at www.repairmanuals.com They sell new & used manuals for almost everything. Their inventory varies daily, so you can check every week or so [they also buy good manuals].

I got a new factory manual for an 86 bike I had once,good service &fast delivery.
 

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try e-bay i found one for mine and it was a factory manual from a shop he said he was a retired honda mech:baffled:.
 

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I got one from a dealer for my 83 for $40 and the ones I have seen on ebay have been a lot more than that. You can get them from Helm inc. also. I would post the link if I had it handy but you can just do a google search.
 

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Never, ever buy a manual from ebay without checking out the HelmInc site listed above. Likely the manuals on ebay came from Helm at a 200-400% markup.

Buyer beware!
 

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Thanks for the help guys
 
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