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im wanting to get a genuine suzuki service manual... where should i get one?
also, i have an '88 samurai... were there any suppliments for that year? ive heard varying arguments

Steve
'88 Suzuki Samurai
2" S/R 30x9.50 M/T's
'99 Toyota Tacoma (Tow Vehicle)
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Texas A&M Off-Road
FTAC of 2003
 
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Got mine at Hawk Strictly Suzuki inorder make sure I got
correct manual they actually had me relay visual info over
phone to them that only a pro would know. Please use link
below and buy manual from one these after market vendors
at izook.com link page, support these pros as it works both
ways you help them they help you.
http://www.izook.com/links.htm
 
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"Well I got mine from petroworks, Best money to spend off the bat."
I couldn't agree more. When ever I buy a vehicle I get the Factory Service Manual right away. Have yet to have had one not pay for itself.


Scott Whitmore
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dont worry, i got a service manual from NCO
that place is great

anyway, ive actually always thought that my haynes manual was pretty good, so i cant wait to see this thing after all the good things ya'll have said about it.

Steve
'88 Suzuki Samurai
2" S/R 30x9.50 M/T's
'99 Toyota Tacoma (Tow Vehicle)
[email protected]
Texas A&M Off-Road
FTAC of 2003
 

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You are in for a shock, the service manual is 100 times better than the Haynes. Haynes evan has you
set up the timing belt wrong. Boneheads...

Glenn
87' Zook Spoa,M/L 33's, 4.16 tcase,4.62 gears Camo,Header,2"exhuast, Cam.
Lockers, 8klb winch, -Wildweasel2 NE4WI- club http://www.cs.umass.edu/~glenn/personal.html
 
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