Ladies and Gents, while readily available, they can not be posted here on the forum...it puts Bert in a very precarious position, to the point of shutting the whole thing down...now would you be wont of that?
Unlike other manufacturers Harley's hard copy manuals are reasonably priced. Same for aftermarket manuals. One additional source might be your local public library. Mine has a pretty fair inventory of manuals and the Liberian was open to getting additional models and years. She preferred to get Clymers as they tend to cover more years per manual. Certainly a good source for casual tune ups and general maintenance.
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I was involved in a project while I was at SGI working with HD. They wanted to put all their manuals online with great detail. You could basically drill down to each component and then sub component until you went from a birds eye view of the bike all the way down to the specific part like a wrist pin (kind of like google maps for a harley). Clicking on the part would pull up all information including part numbers and availability. The next step in the project was assembly/dis-assembly. Right clicking on an assembly would bring up a menu and you could select "remove or install" and you would see an animation of how to remove or install a specific part or assembly.
I will check on what happened to it, but last I remembered, none of the dealers wanted it so the project got canned.
One of the large boat manufacturers has the same thing. Click on the engine and watch while it disassembles itself. Pretty cool stuff and at the time it was 3D (using glasses and specific monitor).
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