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tt 600 r manual

hi im after a yamaha tt 600r 2000 reg service manual eother online or book form, does anyone know where i can get one please?
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TT600K whatever that is if any good ?

I tried linking my own but it wouldnt open for me for some reason ?

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hi thanks but nope, i found a service manual for a yammaha tt600r 2004, just wondering whether i can use the fork oil mesurments from that? (oil seals in the forks are leaking need to replace them!)
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Hi Roddney
I got a service manual for Paioli forks it has the oil measrment for the TTR forks. I should be able to get it by next week.
Are you using genuine Yamaha seals if so how much did you pay.
I got quoted £30 a seal from Yamaha dealer, I got a pattern set from a friend who got them from Kedo so hope they will be ok.
The service manual I have is for Paioli Blue Steel forks but Paioli say they are the same as Yamaha TTR forks.
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Hi Roddney

I am also looking for a TTR 600 R manual for a 2000 model. Have you managed to find one yet?
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