Any REALLY good manuals?

Anonymous

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Hi,

I have the following:

1. Clymer Service Repair Manual, 750-850, 1961-1975
2. Norton Triumph Workshop Manual (8.5"x11" Yellow)
2. Norton Triumph Parts Catalog (5"x9" Yellow)

All three are very inadequate as far as good detailed blowups and breakout diagrams :? In many cases, they have exactly the same thing.

Is there something better out there? I want more than a cursory sketch of the outside of a piece. I need a complete parts breakout diagram.
 

Ron L

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Dana,

In 30 years of Norton ownership, I have found nothing better than the factory books. I also have the CD with several factory manuals on it. It sometimes shows different angles, but they are all basically the same. In fact, I find Norton manuals much better than the older Triumph stuff and any Ducati manuals.
Now finding parts or service manuals for the P11 range is impossible!
I'm afraid you're stuck with what you have and advice from forums such as this and INOA or NOC.

Ron L
 
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Norvil has the factory manuals and parts books at very reasonable cost. They are as Ron said the best. Order them and you'll have delvery in about a week. I can't get parts for my Honda that fast.
 
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