Thats why I need one.......come next winter my raider will not be much more than a shell of a bike. Lots of stuff to do and this makes sure i out it back together right. Although as a friend once told me the sign of a good assembler is that they have parts left over for the next job. :icon10:Blue Angel said:Having the service manual is useless, Unless you want to take this bike apart and only if you are experience in repairing the bike, Owner's manual would do the job.
Sorry dude but don't blame me it was just an opinion.. I am sure if you hold out you will find one and won't have to spend a whole $50 and have the hassle and stress that comes with finding a place to store a big book. :desertraider said:Boy bummer. It's really too bad that you let that guy from NH make you feel guilty!!!
Shit, Every other bike 4M has the thing posted for everyone to use.
That thing just needs to be in PDF format. I don't want another big book laying around. With a PDF I just go to the computer, print off the page I need and go down and work on the bike.
Oh well, one of these days
Thanks anyway :-\
Hey Brian,brian4bes said:Where do you get the manual for $50? The yamaha site has it listed for $92. It doesn't matter how much we pay for our bikes, that is way over priced. I can see $25 - $40. Anyway, where did you get yours?