In Reply to: Club members posted by Larry Johnson on November 02, 2017 at 00:22:04:
Go to NTC Manual Libary and scroll down about half way. "parts" and "Service" are on the left menu. Open the page and scroll half way down or so. Has all the parts and service manuals are there by year. About forty IIRC. All very clear and in PDF. Parts price lists etc...
Even though the printed manuals only cost about $25-$30 I like the PDF files on my computer. Depending on the quality of paper and the ability of your printer the pages will be really clear.
You can print out the pages of the unit you are working on, take them to the shop and when you spill that can of drain oil on it you haven't damaged a twenty five buck manual. Same for having to be careful not to get greasy paw prints on the pages. It's also worth it as you can expand the drawing and see exactly where that giz you took off last week really goes and what its orientation is.