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manuals etc on cd-rom?

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Post Thu Jun 15, 2000 3:30 pm

Posts: 67
Location: Australia
i was lookin' at all my old manuals,specs-sheets,parts books,love letters/hate mail etc, all torn & oil stained & beer stained; & got to thinkin' (seein'how we all use computers) how great it would be if ya could get this stuff on cd-roms or dvd's or whatever. i could just refer to the screen or print it out if needed! Does Victory or anyone else make manuals on cd?(more shelf space for the 90 proof too!!)

Post Fri Jun 16, 2000 11:37 pm

Posts: 146
Location: Utah,USA
Harley has there parts manuals on CD. But you got to be a dealer to access them.

Dont know about service manuals??

Post Mon Jun 19, 2000 1:39 am

Posts: 382
Location: Hill City,Kansas
You just gave me a hell of an idea.A friend of mine that works at a harley dealership was telling me about how he has been printing up all these tech tips that ,just as you had said only harley people have access to on the internet,and getting a pretty good sized book going .I think I'll have to talk to him about storing them on floppies so I can put them on my computer.The only problem is it will probably only have evo crap. I'll have to ck it out.

Post Thu Jun 22, 2000 12:55 am

Posts: 268
If I had all the data I could burn yas a CD, as I am set up to do so. I back up stuff on CD ( like mp3s and the like),though with 20+ gigs of hd space room is no bother. Floppys don't hold much especially when it comes to illustrations.

Post Mon Jun 26, 2000 2:51 am

Posts: 382
Location: Hill City,Kansas
Yeh but I could transfer them to mine I have the room on my hard drive also and I don't think he has a zip super disc or rewriteable cd just the old floppy.

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