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Old 08-01-2006, 01:36 PM
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guy's this is a great deal on these manuals as compared to what i've found every where else. >>poke me<< $180 dont sound to bad. unless you know some where cheaper let me know.

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Those are the factory shop manuals, and IMO if your seriously gonna do your own work, the shop manual and EVTM (wiring diagram) IS A MUST. the only thing those books dont do for you is diagnose drivability concerns (check engine light).......
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i just bought the ford dvd shop manual for 10.00 on ebay
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i got one of those cd's to and i hate it. id rather look it up in a book. so you think its a good deal marc? and are those easy to use like a chiltons or haynes? or do i need a translator? lol
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they are a bit more technical, and WAY more precise and in depth than chiltons or haynes.....but you can understand them and they are MORE than worth the money IMO, thats a pretty dang decent price!!!
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i just called these guy's. they are super nice over there. the $180 is for both book's. i thought maybe they would pull a fast one and and sell you one even thou there's a picture of both. any how, i'm ordering next week. he said it'll take about a week and a half to get.
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re: manuals

If it saves you just one trip to the dealer, you will more than pay for them.
There is no telling what I saved by having them for my 95. One thing I like
about the Ford books is that it will give you the basic part numbers which
helps a great deal in locating parts. There is alot of parts guys that have trouble with diesels.

Jim
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