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The following is available on e-bay, but being a virgin I don't know how to go about bidding or simply buying it for the asking price of £4.99.

If this has the same information as the hardback official generic workshop manual which I was quoted £83 for from a Honda dealer, it's a real bargain.

Views, advice comments all welcome

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Honda-ST1300-ST11 ... dZViewItem

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It will come to you as a PDF file.

I presume you know what that means?

If you need to buy it I will happily do it for you and we can sort the money later.

If you want to do it yourself you have to register on ebay and then click buy now.

Quite simple really.

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ach all depends on your computer or if you like running.

Pdfs are great, even better if youve got a laptop that you can place by your bike (maybe get a clear keyboard cover thingy) or youve got 15 ink cartridges that need using.

I like paper versions but yeah Ive got used to reading pdf manuals now, same offer as above, I can buy it and you buy buy us a pint in return if youve not got an account.

If youve got a desktop pc upstairs at least it'll keep ya fit between pages lol

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Thanks for that chaps - I clicked on the ST forum and opened a preview of a jobsheet which would have run to 28 pages of download!

I might chase a copy of the book itself, there might be a cheap one out there somewhere :?

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