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    We are now offering PDF Service Manuals for VIP Members. We received a big donation of manuals from 1984 thru 2004 from a member of the site. If you would like to access these manuals you will need to be a VIP member. We will be adding more manuals to this area as new VIP members pay it forward to other VIP members. They are listed in the VIP General section. At the moment we are in the process of uploading the manuals and can add a manual as needed and on a daily basis per your request.

    To become a VIP member please follow the link below.

    $15 per year

    http://www.totallyamaha.com/Totallyamaha/Store/vip.htm

    I know that many of you have PDF manuals that you would like to share and/or pay it forward. I am not trying to stop you from doing so. It would be nice if we could try to use this as a tool to help us get more VIP members and give those that are members more for their membership. So please lets try to keep the sharing of PDF Service Manuals to a minimum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrSled
    We are now offering PDF Service Manuals for VIP Members. We received a big donation of manuals from 1984 thru 2004 from a member of the site. If you would like to access these manuals you will need to be a VIP member. We will be adding more manuals to this area as new VIP members pay it forward to other VIP members. They are listed in the VIP General section. At the moment we are in the process of uploading the manuals and can add a manual as needed and on a daily basis per your request.

    To become a VIP member please follow the link below.

    $15 per year

    http://www.totallyamaha.com/Totallyamaha/Store/vip.htm

    I know that many of you have PDF manuals that you would like to share and/or pay it forward. I am not trying to stop you from doing so. It would be nice if we could try to use this as a tool to help us get more VIP members and give those that are members more for their membership. So please lets try to keep the sharing of PDF Service Manuals to a minimum.
    This was a needed sticky thread, sorry for the misunderstanding before!
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    Quote Originally Posted by LaPorte429
    This was a needed sticky thread, sorry for the misunderstanding before!
    No problem. I just need you to know what was going on. Thanks for understanding.
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    as an additional "plug" for this,
    you are not just getting access to the PDF manuals as a vip. you are also contributing to (in my opinion) the best snowmobile forum on the internet. your $15 a year will help keep this wealth of knowledge up and running. i have yet to see a question go un-answered on this site, no matter how teqnical the matter. you also have the weekly trivia that you can play along in, and i garentee some of those prizes go for more then $15. you also have the classifieds area, where you may post items/sleds for sale, and this site tries to stay very aware of buyer/seller history and is quick to alert users of shady sellers/buyers.

    so when you really sit down and think it over, no matter how you plan to use your VIP access, it will (in my opinion) pay for itself in a matter of months, which means, in a sence, you are really getting free time as a VIP!!!

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    ^^^^ well said tippmanator!

    lets keep the ball rolling!

    i as well cant think of a more informative site with straight, no bs answers.

    for those that want some comparison, weed through the crap at other sites like arcticchat and dootalk.

    hands down this site is the best brand specific place to obtain info and there is alot of knowledge spewed that is spot on.

    for those that take time from your lifes to share your knowledge, and although many times it seems thankless, i remind you that it is not, and it does not go without appreciation.

    i would make a list, but for fear of missing one or two of you, i will just say that you know who you are, keep up the great work, and for those that dont say thank you enough, i will offer one massive THANKS! for those times when others forget to say so.

    for all: keep up the good work and thanks for contributing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowdad4
    ^^^^ well said tippmanator!

    lets keep the ball rolling!

    i as well cant think of a more informative site with straight, no bs answers.

    for those that want some comparison, weed through the crap at other sites like arcticchat and dootalk.

    hands down this site is the best brand specific place to obtain info and there is alot of knowledge spewed that is spot on.

    for those that take time from your lifes to share your knowledge, and although many times it seems thankless, i remind you that it is not, and it does not go without appreciation.

    i would make a list, but for fear of missing one or two of you, i will just say that you know who you are, keep up the great work, and for those that dont say thank you enough, i will offer one massive THANKS! for those times when others forget to say so.

    for all: keep up the good work and thanks for contributing!

    x2 and thank you snowdad for all the manuals! That's what its all about!
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    I am unable to find the pdf service manuals in the vip general section, are they somewere else?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sxr1000
    I am unable to find the pdf service manuals in the vip general section, are they somewere else?
    This should help.

    http://www.totallyamaha.net/forums/s...ad.php?t=82470
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    I don't see a link to the manuals anywhere????

    I'd like the links for the 2 stroke and 4 stroke manuals if they're available.

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Exciterfan
    I don't see a link to the manuals anywhere????

    I'd like the links for the 2 stroke and 4 stroke manuals if they're available.

    Thanks.

    Exciterfan
    got it, pm sent

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