200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

salukispeed
I typically buy the factory manuals for my vehicles when ever possible . They are usually pricey but worth it when an issue arrives that a aftermarket manual may not be capable. I just picked up a 1994  Extra cab Ford F250 7.3 Turbo diesel with 68,300 miles in pretty nice shape and not much rust I am comfortable with the Manual trans and 7.3 but there are a couple issues with things like cruise and some minor owner changes and additions.  Does anyone have a complete set of 1994 "F" Ford truck manuals they are willing to part with.
Bob
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Joe
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salukispeed
Thanks Joe. I will try a set of reproduced manuals on CD from a company BISHKO on the bay.  I did similar with the manuals for my 2018 Subaru as a down load and they are great. Since Subaru does not sell manuals and only a subscription for a whoping price if you want it for more than a couple days I want a hard copy but at 200+ it is hard to swallow unless these are no good.  
Bob
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I believe Helm produces most maker's manuals.  Over the years, I've bought directly from them for Chevy and GMC, but several other manufacturers are listed.  Not cheap, but they're worth every penny.

http://www.helminc.com

-Jim

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