In case you haven't found one yet - many can be had on Ebay. I have seen
both paper manuals and CD ROMs. I assume you want an original factory
manual (the best in my opinion.) Also, the publisher, Helm, Inc. sells them
online at www.helm.com - new ones aren't cheap, tho...
Some folks have posted here that the service manuals are on CDROM, and are
reissued periodically. The old ones are said to be available free from
some dealers, or on EBay.
I asked my dealer and he said that they don't use CDROM, that the manuals
are live on the internet. I don't know if I believe that completely, but I
didn't get a CDROM ;-(
Clarence A Dold - Hidden Valley (Lake County) CA USA 38.8,-122.5
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