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post #1 of 33 (permalink) Old 10-12-2019, 11:25 AM Thread Starter
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Best add on yet.

Not cheap. But save an hour and a half in labor its paid for. With my discount it was $119.00. Money well spent. Go get ya one.

Save the dealer for warranty work .

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Now you just need one more.
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Now you just need one more.
The trike supplement manual? Was planning on getting that in the spring.
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I keep telling myself I need to get one. I am sure that will not happen til one day that I really need it and do not have one.

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It always amazes me how we can spend $20K+ on a toy and then balk at spending $100 on a manual to work on it. I see it with ORV's and other toys.

It is one of the first things I buy when I buy a new toy. Now days I get both a electronic version and a paper version.
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The trike supplement manual? Was planning on getting that in the spring.
I was thinking of the Electrical Diagnostic manual.


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It always amazes me how we can spend $20K+ on a toy and then balk at spending $100 on a manual to work on it. I see it with ORV's and other toys.

It is one of the first things I buy when I buy a new toy. Now days I get both a electronic version and a paper version.
Be glad its not airplanes. Some of them come with their weight in manuals.
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I was thinking of the Electrical Diagnostic manual.
I was thinking electrical. Is that different from what's in the back? Has all the wiring schematics there.


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It always amazes me how we can spend $20K+ on a toy and then balk at spending $100 on a manual to work on it. I see it with ORV's and other toys.

It is one of the first things I buy when I buy a new toy. Now days I get both a electronic version and a paper version.
Considering the last two I bought were $68, I balked at it. Just because the bike was $20K+ doesn't mean I'm not gonna be frugal when buying stuff for it.

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