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    PM sent for bodywork

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    Quote Originally Posted by MJP1 View Post
    The only issue I see after having it completely apart for service; belts fluids, etc., etc., is that the brass threadserts where the conveyer attaches to the body have fallen out. Seems that the fiberglass won't keep them seated. Anyone have a good fix for this???
    Mine did the same, I got some new ones that still came loose so I used Araldite in the end. Not sure yet if they will stay put though. What's that about Corse rearsets? Yes please.
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    Default Anyone with the 888 Strada Workshop Manual

    I am looking at a 93 888 and the link on this thread errors out. Anyone got a copy to share?

    Thanks.

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    Anyone want the '89-'90 851 Manual in English only? Made it for myself to avoid all the unnecessary pages and finding the correct language.

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bwa...ew?usp=sharing

    It's all collated and uses page numbers instead of sections for easier navigation.
    Centre aligned vertically where possible for note space where you might need it.
    Slightly offset to the right, for left-hand binding when printed.
    I didn't quite straighten everything from the original scans so it still looks a little drunk in places

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