1968 - 1978 Care, repair, maintenance (LONG POST)

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1968 - 1978 Care, repair, maintenance (LONG POST)

Post by Michael »

Hi all.

I hope someone benefits from this manual. If its helps you out... you can buy me a drink sometime.


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How do you like that...a VW brochure showing aftermarket blade bumpers! :o
"Understeer is when you hit the wall with the front of the car, and oversteer, the rear.
Hp is how fast you hit the wall, and Torque is how far you take the wall with you."
sled wrote:well obviously the UK is wrong.

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1968 - 1978 Care, repair, maintenance (LONG POST)

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Hi Merlin,

Take note it can be done now what about that T3 manual you got. Me and Blitz will buy you two --no make it three beers for it.
cheers Baron

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Post by Merlin »

I have a Type 4 manual? :o

That's news to me. :D

I don't drink. ;)

I have a split manual, the usual Haynes bug, and a 411/412 manual.

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"Understeer is when you hit the wall with the front of the car, and oversteer, the rear.
Hp is how fast you hit the wall, and Torque is how far you take the wall with you."
sled wrote:well obviously the UK is wrong.

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Post by Michael »

Post them pls
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Post by Merlin »

*lol*

I'm not scanning a few thousand pages. :D

N.
"Understeer is when you hit the wall with the front of the car, and oversteer, the rear.
Hp is how fast you hit the wall, and Torque is how far you take the wall with you."
sled wrote:well obviously the UK is wrong.

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Post by Michael »

I used a kick-ass Gestetner at work. Printer/scanner/copier/fax/coffee-maker/PA/translator etc. Scanned the whole book in about 5 minutes
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Post by ZeroAxe »

Thanks Michael,

Now safely 'backed-up' locally for you to recover, if needed, in future ;)

Next time we visit SA and you are around, I will buy you a round ;)
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Hey Michael could you pls e-mail me that manual I got one but would be nice to use the pc bugger[at}telkomsa.net :D :D :D
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Bugger wrote:Hey Michael could you pls e-mail me that manual I got one but would be nice to use the pc bugger[at}telkomsa.net :D :D :D
The file is more than 25mb. Why don't you just right click on the pictures and save as? Then you can save them on your PC as you would receiving them in an email.
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Alternatively, do as I did. Wait for the page to finish loading. Then go to , File, Save Page As...

And hey presto, all is done in one go ;)
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Post by ladybug »

thanx helpful. marguerite

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Post by bugspray »

Schweet thankz man. Hey would you maybe have the haynes in a pdf format or scanned, i wana score a beetle manual so i can go at it myself. Brand new its kak expensive hey.
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Post by Bugfan »

Micheal

Thanks For That, to a wet behind the ears Outjie like me it is gonna come really handy.

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Post by kiwigurl »

Great book - thank you. By far the most straightforward procedure for steering box adjustment I have seen.

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