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Harley Davidson Touring Service Repair Manual CD 2013 | eBay

Has anyone ever used a disc like this, are they any good.
 

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It should be just like the manual only in a pdf file. I like the one I have.....My bad didn't know they did not make them...little embarrassed..
 

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i broke the link...
As Bob pointed out it is an illegal copy, and per our rules posting or linking copy-write protected manuals is not allowed.
 

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Personally a hard paper copy wont crash you can mark the pages you need for the Service your doing . you can write notes on the pages you doing service on . I put post-it markers on key pages of info for quick reference . I read it anywhere I need too. , It don't break if it fall on the ground . Greasey finger prints gives it character. Besides It's good reading in the Office while your sitting on the Throne........:laugh..:laugh
 

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I have a CD based service manual for a Honda I once owned. Very clumsy to carry a computer out to the garage to work on the bike. If you need a hard copy of a page you can print it first. Not the best way to work.

Buy the official H-D service manual.
 

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I have taken my manual and scanned and printed it. Then I put each page in a plastic sleeve that go in a 3 ring binder. That way the greasy finger prints wipe off and it stays dry and the factory one looks new
 

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I just use my scanner to print off the specific pages I need for something too involved to remember, or if I need to ride my bike someplace (friends etc) that has the specific tools needed (that I don't have) to do the job.


Added bonus, I can fold the printout and put it in my back pocket.
 

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I have taken my manual and scanned and printed it. Then I put each page in a plastic sleeve that go in a 3 ring binder. That way the greasy finger prints wipe off and it stays dry and the factory one looks new
You must have some spare time banked up LOL , I didn't do the whole manual but I did the wiring diagrams so there easier to work with , just pull them out of the binder and lay them out.

My 2014 touring manual has nice color diagrams , my 2001 Softail one didn't.
 

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You must have some spare time banked up LOL , I didn't do the whole manual but I did the wiring diagrams so there easier to work with , just pull them out of the binder and lay them out.

My 2014 touring manual has nice color diagrams , my 2001 Softail one didn't.
Its those long cold winter nights up here in the frozen north that gave me the time to get that done.
 
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