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Where do I got to buy a decent but not over priced manual for an 05 RM250. If you google it about 95% of what you get is download this or download that and register this register that. Im not looking for a freebie and I am willing to pay for it. I looked on suzukis site and they wanted I think $70+ for one. It better have foldouts for that price. Just want a decent manual with parts break downs and torque specs.

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Where do I got to buy a decent but not over priced manual for an 05 RM250. If you google it about 95% of what you get is download this or download that and register this register that. Im not looking for a freebie and I am willing to pay for it. I looked on suzukis site and they wanted I think $70+ for one. It better have foldouts for that price. Just want a decent manual with parts break downs and torque specs.

 

Tried egay?

 

Thats where I find manuals for POS's that I buy.

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Best and often, only legal source, is through a dealer or authorized parts retailer.

 

Punch in the manual part number in Goodle, you may find a cheap on line price.

 

It costs money to make them and they do not have a lot of volume, hence the high price.

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