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Hi all,

I just picked up a 73' CL350 and was wondering if anyone knows where I can find a service manual for it that I can download online. I found some for the CB350 at hondatech.info but they were just part lists and assembly drawings. I was hoping for something like a Haynes manual.

Thanks for any help.
Nick
 

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rapairmanualclub.com has a ton of old honda stuff

There is the right way, the wrong way and the british way to do anything!
 

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Very very cool server.... I love ftp.
However...can't seem to get it to accept mulitiple ftp connections from a single IP. Not that it really matters...can still download stuff....just wanted to really use some bandwidth baby. Could be a setting on my end.
JohnnyB

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I say again....freakin WOW. I owe you one for this link. I'm Dl'ing all the manuals I need but don't have. Now I have to find out what I have that they don't and upload as payback. Lots of people have done lots of work to put that site together...wonder who pays for the bandwidth....couldn't get the contact info file to open.

PSS. Got the contact info open. Got a second ftp connection...allows two per IP.




Edited by - jbranson on Feb 01 2007 12:22:37 AM

Edited by - jbranson on Feb 01 2007 12:41:47 AM
 

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unbelievable!! I just downloaded and printed out the service manual for my 1966 YAMAHA YL1 TWINJET 100CC two stroke, and it has service bulletins with info for porting the cylinders AND a diagram with measurements to make HOT expansion chambers for the bike. Cool. A little slow, but I'm going back for MORE.

THANKS AGAIN.
 

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You can convert with a free program www.pdf995.com/

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Kevin
 
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