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It's great that many useful manuals are available for free here online....but does anyone know where I can actually buy these? It would be nice to have them available for in the garage or at a swap meet for quick reference. Amazon didn't have much. I'm looking for Service Manual and Parts Manual. I tried printing a particular section that I was working on, from online and that didn't work either.
 

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here in the UK, almost everybody who deals in Triumph parts (Meriden ones!) will be able to sell you a proper plastic ring-binder with the factory manual, and a comb bound parts book.

I'm a big fan of paper and make photocopies of the parts books so I can check numbers when buying, and have clean/dirty copies. Because of works perks I have laminated my WS manual in plastic so it will last forever

http://www.triumph-spares.co.uk/cat_details.php?p_head=Workshop manual

Given the cost of postage, there MUST be a USA supplier.
Also "kim the CD man" is recommended by people here, but you'd need to print your own copy
 

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It's great that many useful manuals are available for free here online....but does anyone know where I can actually buy these? It would be nice to have them available for in the garage or at a swap meet for quick reference. Amazon didn't have much. I'm looking for Service Manual and Parts Manual. I tried printing a particular section that I was working on, from online and that didn't work either.
If you get stuck, try here:
http://www.tms-motorcycles.co.uk/store/products/list.asp?cat_id=137
 
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