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Where is a good place to get a paper service manual? not a cd. Thanks. Also what tools do I need for rear wheel service? Sockets etc it appears that I need some kind of spanner wrench to adjust the chain. What would be a good place for these also? I saw some on ebay but would prefer to buy from a sponsor here.
 

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Hey dude, refer to this link.

It will also advise you of tools.

http://my.agusta.us/

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Thanks!! Great site but I would really like to buy a manual. I have no computer when I get off this rig, computer at work only. I have very limited bandwidth out here......very slow so it might take forever to download anything.
 

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I hear your problem bud, maybe one of the other Texans could print it and mail it to you ?
 

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Pick a manual up in Varese!
 

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Where is a good place to get a paper service manual? not a cd. Thanks. Also what tools do I need for rear wheel service? Sockets etc it appears that I need some kind of spanner wrench to adjust the chain. What would be a good place for these also? I saw some on ebay but would prefer to buy from a sponsor here.
Can't help you with a paper manual, if you do manage to download it, it's not that big, put it on a CD and when you hit dry ground, take it to a News agent or Office supplier and they can print it for you, it cost me about $40 for the whole 440pg manual binded etc.
Also, the site sponsors sell the 55mm socket you need to remove rear wheel.
http://www.designcorse.co.uk/Wheel_Nuts_and_parts/Billet_machined_rear_wheel_socket_
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http://www.e-securedsite.com/gutsyperformance/myProducts.cfm?parentcategoryid=40|MV Agusta Store&CategoryID=324|MV Agusta Tools&collection=40|MV Agusta Store
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http://www.motovationusa.com/mvstore/scripts/prodView.asp?idproduct=1081

You will need a 1/2 drive socket set and Hex socket set too. Probably 2 torque wrenches, one for low +/- 10-80nm and one for higher +/- 40-240nm settings.
If you got the tool kit with your bike then the tool for rotating the hub is in there.
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Can't help you with a paper manual, if you do manage to download it, it's not that big, put it on a CD and when you hit dry ground, take it to a News agent or Office supplier and they can print it for you, it cost me about $40 for the whole 440pg manual binded etc.
Also, the site sponsors sell the 55mm socket you need to remove rear wheel.
http://www.designcorse.co.uk/Wheel_Nuts_and_parts/Billet_machined_rear_wheel_socket_
or
http://www.e-securedsite.com/gutsyperformance/myProducts.cfm?parentcategoryid=40|MV Agusta Store&CategoryID=324|MV Agusta Tools&collection=40|MV Agusta Store
and
http://www.motovationusa.com/mvstore/scripts/prodView.asp?idproduct=1081

You will need a 1/2 drive socket set and Hex socket set too. Probably 2 torque wrenches, one for low +/- 10-80nm and one for higher +/- 40-240nm settings.
If you got the tool kit with your bike then the tool for rotating the hub is in there.
Cheers

Thanks, I have a large selection of tools, I do the majority of all my work. I have no experience with a single sided swingarm though and will need to get the correct sockets and such.I do need a small trq wrench, I read where the trq settings on the pinch bolts are critical.
Thanks Donsy!! Cheers :smoking:
 
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