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Hi,

I have few manual for Yamaha XT's collected from other sites, and uploaded to my site (which is hosted on my home server, so it's slow) Index of /josip/manuali/yamaha
Most notable is XT600E manual from dtr125 site, but I have OCR'd that big PDF, and now its 50MB smaller and it's searchable.
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Thanks for that link, I will put a link on the first page for you.

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Ive tried to download the xt600 manual a couple times but it seems alot of pages are blank.. The 140mb sized pdf has only blank pages from page '90 and up.

Anyone tried this pdf lately? is this just my computer or is the pdf actually missing some pages?
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Ive tried to download the xt600 manual a couple times but it seems alot of pages are blank.. The 140mb sized pdf has only blank pages from page '90 and up.

Anyone tried this pdf lately? is this just my computer or is the pdf actually missing some pages?
I can guarantee that this PDF is OK (107 MB)

http://togs.biz/josip/manuali/yamaha...T600Manual.pdf
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Just added that link to the first post on this thread.

Remember if YOU know of a FREE PDF version, let the rest of us know about it by posting here on this thread. That way none of us will ever be forced to line the pockets of others selling the same data.

I'm happy to update links as appropriate.

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Index of /josip/manuali/yamaha

http://togs.biz/josip/manuali/yamaha...T600Manual.pdf

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I can guarantee that this PDF is OK (107 MB)

http://togs.biz/josip/manuali/yamaha...T600Manual.pdf
This keeps timing out for me. Is it still available?
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It was Okay for me but took ages to download (it's a huge file size). My broadband speed (Talktalk) is only 3.5 MB.

This may help - I Suggest you bin Adobe Reader which has got too bloated and use free version of FOXIT reader instead for all PDF files. Foxit is superb and very quick to load up (compared to Adobe Reader). Adobe Reader is full to the brim with spyware reporting on all movements etc...

Foxit is recommended by many UK computer mags including Computer Active my favourite.

Delete Adobe Reader before installing Foxit.

Remember to set your PC to open ALL future PDF's with FOXIT (tick the box for future downloads). I have used this little gem for years now and it's never let me down (unlike Adobe bloat/spy ware).

Foxit is here - Foxit Software - Foxit Reader for Windows



If anyone knows of any more FREE XT downloads please let us ALL know here by posting a link here. No links to pay sites please...
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yes this is what i was looking for thanks a lot mait.

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Free downloads of a YAMAHA XT600E Service Manual in PDF format -

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Index of /josip/manuali/yamaha

http://togs.biz/josip/manuali/yamaha...T600Manual.pdf

If you download these manuals for use on your own site, please credit the original source back to Andalucia.com.

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New find - TT600RE

Yamaha TT600RE Service Manual

I have updated page 1 of this thread accordingly.
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FREE downloads of Service Manuals!

YAMAHA XT600 (most versions)
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XT550
http://togs.biz/josip/manuali/yamaha/xt550/
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If anyone knows of other links to FREE manuals please PM me the details so I can update this page for the benefit of all others. Please don't send me or post here paid for manuals.

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hello, I have a 1989 XT 600 Ténéré 3AJ
I downloaded already following manuals (thanks a lot folks)
owners manual(pdf)
service manual (book for professionals)(pdf)( only explosés and technical data
microfiches parts manual (pdf)

I do have a "service manual for the XT 600 E (don't have the bike anymore)
BUT this extensive book is like a service manual for dummies, (explaining how to proceed to dismantle a assembly the whole bike, with a lot of pictures
I would like to have the same service manual for the Ténéré (3AJ )
can anybody help?
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Parts catalogue

if you want a PARTS catalogue with exploded diagrams and all parts numbers on a .pdf file, for an XT600 2KF 1988 then email me martynbiker@gmail.com and i will email you one, also wiring diagram, which you will need as the wiring looms are now all out of stock and they make them no more.....
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Hello , THnX
But this is a different bike , yours is an XT600 2KF 1988, mine is a 1989 XT 600 Ténéré 3AJ
Will this book help me ?
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Hello Svakak & Kentfallen,
i am new here and just picked up a 1997 XT600E (chassis / engine #'s start with 3TB) in Hong Kong. Searching for the service manual i downloaded the link Svakak posted (107mb). On page one it references XT600 A/AC. Appears not to be my bike. Like many others I can find links (purchase) etc to 84-89 and 90-96 *. however nothing 1997 XT600E specific. IS there such a service / maintenance manual out there available for down load (free) ? if all else fails I'll search and buy one. look forward to your feedback.
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In all honesty there really shouldn't be too much difference. You should be able to fathom things out using one of the other model's manuals. The engines are pretty much identical.
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