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Does anyone know anything about "Midwest Manuals"? They have the manual for my Rt, but its 744 pages. I assume it would be downloaded to a PDF file. From there can it be put on a disk? Computers are not my thing.
 

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Yes. I just bought one and it does come in PDF format. It's just a file, one that can be put on a disk if you like. Still you're going to need some means of accessing it when you put in on a disk...that would likely be another computer. Good thing is you have a back-up if the computer you download it to fails. :D
 

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It will fit on a little usb flash drive too. If you keep your eyes open others also put the PDF manuals on Ebay for even cheaper, I think I've seen them as cheap $5. You'll need your computer to print any pages you want "to carry to the garage"

I can't believe CanAm has not got after these folks as it is a clear copyright violation, but they seem to just look the other way.... so we can get a $100+ dollar manual for $5!
 

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It will fit on a little usb flash drive too. If you keep your eyes open others also put the PDF manuals on Ebay for even cheaper, I think I've seen them as cheap $5. You'll need your computer to print any pages you want "to carry to the garage"

I can't believe CanAm has not got after these folks as it is a clear copyright violation, but they seem to just look the other way.... so we can get a $100+ dollar manual for $5!
Dose the midwest manual cover the 2010 rt and rts? I got a manual master and it only covered the 2008 and 2009?
 

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more on this

Thanks for all your responses. I just downloaded and burned a DVD. So I am set for that.
Thanks again.
 
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