In my surfing over the web I have run across a number of sites which have parts and/or shop manuals. Here is a list. I do not host most of these, they are just links to other web sites. If you find a web site with parts or shop manuals on it let me know so I can list it here for everyone.
I usually don't remove any links, once I put them up. I have had some dead links become active again after being gone for as much as a year. If you hit a dead link, try it again in a minute, hour, day or so, sometimes even a week or two or more.
I'm going to try something different here. If I find a dead link I'm going to leave it up as a text URL. If you want, you can copy and past it into the WayBack Machine. I know that many of the text links are in the WayBack Machine Archive but for some reason they are not showing up right now (June, 2011).
Or, if you hit a dead link, right click and then click "Copy Shortcut". Now paste it into the "Wayback Machine". It may be achived there. The WayBack Machine used to work real good then they "Updated" it and now it does not work so good. I have high hopes that it will work better in the future. Oh well, you get what you pay for, right?
If you find something you like, download it as fast as you can. DO NOT think it will be there waiting for you tomorrow. It might not last another hour. Service Manuals links come and go like the wind. Grab it NOW.
Some of these are in Adobe Acrobat. To save these PDF files, right click on them then left click on "Save Target As...". You will need to get the Free Adobe Reader to read them.
You can get it Here.
Here is a FREE PDF Viewer/Printer that works great and is Much smaller than Adobe's
Sumatra. Another PDF Viewer that works good and is portable.
Lastly, if you steal all my work here, as some have done, it is OK. But at least give me a link back. Remember... "What goes around comes around."