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Offline sean

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A 10 factory workshop manual ?
« on: 17.08. 2014 00:26 »
hi
Did BSA produce a factory workshop manual I have the Haynes but want something more detailed for my 1962 super rocket
Thanks
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Re: A 10 factory workshop manual ?
« Reply #1 on: 17.08. 2014 00:53 »
Yes, they were called service sheets.

In the early days they came as individual pages in a sort of binder that you could remove or add pages but later on they changed to a book format.

They are probably available as a download somewhere if you spend enough time searching or else keep an eye out on evil bay. Might also be available as a reprint.

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Re: A 10 factory workshop manual ?
« Reply #2 on: 17.08. 2014 01:22 »

 Kim the CD man in Melbourne. I bought one of these and it has been totally invaluable (once I 'figured' how to navigate it).
 Has heaps of service sheets for most models in /Service Data.
 It's actually a DVD, because of so much info.

kimthecdman@techinfo.com.au

 http://www.classicstyle.com.au/cdmanuals/default.htm
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Re: A 10 factory workshop manual ?
« Reply #3 on: 17.08. 2014 01:46 »
Maybe some of interest in this section > http://www.a7a10.net/forum/index.php?board=17.0

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