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where is the cheapest place to buy a manual. My twins are getting bikes for Christmas this year and I want to have the manual ahead of time. Picked up one bike this week for $500 that came with a full set of gear. Now just need to find a second one.

Man what am I thinking..my garage will now have RM250 (me) KX65 (8yr old son) KTM50JR(6yr old son) and 2 PW50(twin boys!).

Last week was thanksgiving and Christmas is coming on fast. I have alot to be thankful for! Not to mention a wife who puts up with all this motorcycle crap (I think her bike is coming next year :lol: )

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most bikes shops i've been to have clymer manuals, those are pretty much infinite knowledge on bikes, they're not to expensive either, i think they're like 40ish around here! got one for our 57 panhead and i'm pretty sure i could build the bike in my sleep now!

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Buy the Clymer if you are going to work on it. The Yamaha manual doesn't tell you how to do anything, really.

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Forgot to add, you can't print the PDF (well, you can if you crack it, but not worth the effort). If you really need to bring a page with you out to the shop, you can do a screen shot, paste into M$ Paint (on every Window$ machine since 3.1) and print that instead.

For stuff like torque specs (not sure how in-depth the PW50 version is), just write them down on scratch paper.

Good luck.

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