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I have been watching to see when the Street shop service manual came live for ordering.

The shop manual is now in stock and being delivered in the USA through the dealerships.

Part number for quick easy ordering is 99611-15.
 

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What will this manual talk about? no manual comes along with Street 750?
 

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I have been watching to see when the Street shop service manual came live for ordering.

The shop manual is now in stock and being delivered in the USA through the dealerships.

Part number for quick easy ordering is 99611-15.
WOW! This is a great piece of info. Thanks mate :)

Btw, is it possible to order it online? If so, can you let me know the URL?

Thanks in Advance.
 

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What will this manual talk about? no manual comes along with Street 750?
Sunny, the one comes with bike is Owner's Manual. This one is Shop Repair Manual where there will be clear instructions on how to do periodical service/maintenance on the bike. We can do the repairs ourselves if we have proper tools with the help of this manual.
 

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I personally think the shop repair manual is a "must have". A very good investment. Much more detail than the owners manuals.

I get one for every vehicle I own, and they have all saved me problems and headaches many times over.
 

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I personally think the shop repair manual is a "must have". A very good investment. Much more detail than the owners manuals.

I get one for every vehicle I own, and they have all saved me problems and headaches many times over.
I completely agree, I own the shop manual on every machine I own. From tractors to chainsaws to motorbikes and trucks and cars.... makes mechanic better so ice cold beer can be enjoyed while wrenching, instead of being frustrated trying to figure out disassembly and reassembly.:D
 
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I personally think the shop repair manual is a "must have". A very good investment. Much more detail than the owners manuals.

I get one for every vehicle I own, and they have all saved me problems and headaches many times over.
That it is, these things basically pay for themselves with the money you save, it's worth it, is basically works out to be free.
 

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Thanks bbally :) am from India.
Juz checked the url and guess they can di international shipping. Will give a try :)
If they won't let me know, I will order another one locally and ship it to you. I can take a credit card if they won't do it for you.
 
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I am also interested to purchase this repair manual . It will be specific to street 750 or other street models as well?


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Devender Singh Brar
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It covers both models.

OK if the Latus Harley won't do them from you I will order a stack and send the DHL or USPS International to you folks.
 
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Thanks Bbally, 'cause it doesn't come up on Harley's website.
Never does for a while... have to be a Type A personality old Jarhead when searching!
 
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Bbally, does the Service Manual mention anywhere what the diameter of the fork tubes are? Are they cartridge damper forks or plane old damper rod forks? Also, does belt replacement require swingarm removal and, if so, how big a job is it? I don't see a removable frame section on the left like Buells have to facilitate belt changes. I wonder if you could withdraw the swingarm shaft from the right a bit, twist the belt 90 degrees and slide it through the gap between the frame and swingarm if necessary?

I am also curious if it will be easy to put a Sportster rear wheel on one of these things. I see the Street uses a 68 tooth rear pulley like Sportsters, and Harley pretty much uses only one bolt hole pattern for brake rotors, V-Rods being the sole exception naturally, so I am thinking it might not be such an engineering exercise to make a wheel swap as it was to put the XR-1200 rear wheel on my Street Rod. I think you can see where this is going, heh, heh, heh. What is your take?
 
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