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Offline dtrego

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I'm interested as well!

Offline RTV

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I would be interested in a hard copy that I could handle with my grease gloves instead of getting muck all over my phone.

If you cover the 2013 XC and you would ship to ROI,  I'm interested.

Offline ducatiparts.110mb

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Morning guys,
As there is still some interest in this book, but not really enough for me to commit to a print run, I've decided to offer it as a digital download.
If you'd like a copy, its available at 10 from my website, www.marksmotorcycleparts.co.uk
Thank you, Mark

Offline Londonglide

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Just bought mine, and downloaded it.

Its not going to set the world alight, and is specific to the older Tigers, BUT, Its a very handy and comprehensive guide to the day to day maintenance and operation of the bike, and I am happy with my purchase.

Please quote Londonglide21 for a 0% discount.
Pay the 10 you tightwads....

Offline Guyver

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*Originally Posted by Londonglide [+]
Please quote Londonglide21 for a 0% discount.
Pay the 10 you tightwads....
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Offline Abramsgunner

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I just purchased one as well.. thank you!
'14 Tiger 800 XC ABS, '09 Kawasaki KLX331S

 


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