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Dont change gears i need repair the gear box but dont have de manual

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  • doromata Jun 18, 2009

    i need manual for gpz 500 1989

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Are you a Technician, and have sufficient tool to complete the task? If yes then you dont need any manual as it is by experience you can manage to repair the Gear Box.

Posted on Jun 17, 2009

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