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    Factory Manual

    Hi All,
    does such a thing exist? Would anybody happen to have a copy as a .pdf or sumsuch?
    I'm thinking of the one that details how to rebuild the engine etc. and gives tolerances, torques and so on.

    Thanks,
    Marc

    #2
    i have a full manual but its 114 meg in pdf!

    pm me your full address and ill post ya a copy!


    cheers
    Robs

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      #3
      rob
      I live in New Zealand and would also be interested in this pdf. If I was to find an online file storage would you be willing to up load.

      Pm me if you wish
      Linux the cure for Microsoft Boot Sector Virus

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        #4
        Kiwi,
        I just got the PDF from Rob.
        Having checked with him first I should be able to upload it somewhere if you can host?
        PM me with the FTP details and I'll get it going.
        If you can open the server to the rest of the peeps on the forum that would be cool.

        Marc

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          #5
          brewsy thanks for the offer but its in the post and I owe rob a donation at his favorite taven (now to buy those airline tickets to england
          )

          I will how ever post the details of that online file storgae area
          heres the list (Maybe the site admin may wish to copy and paste these into a new thread and sticky it)

          http://www.freewebspace.net/guide/diskstorage.shtml

          this is the one I was going to use

          http://www.verzend.be

          It still doesnt get over the limitations of Dailup though
          Linux the cure for Microsoft Boot Sector Virus

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            #6
            Factory manual online

            There is a good deal (but not all) of the manual online at this link:

            http://hawkworks.net/manual/

            The guy working on it ([email protected]) is a real treasure trove of hawk info--you can probably find his site through Google or HawkGT.com, where he is a veteran contributor. Here is a links page he provides:

            http://hawkworks.net/links.cgi

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