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I Will be doing a complete engine tear down and replacing broken LH case and stator cover in a month or so. So I am looking for a paper/printed service manual for my 1996 Big Bear 350 I recently acquired. I see many different makers of service manuals, from many different years of printing, wondering if there is preferred service manual I should consider? I know I can get a PDF file for around $10....but really like having the paper unit as well.
 

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Your best bet is the factory service manual. I have seen quite a few different manuals from different producers (Clymer, Haynes, etc...), and the factory service manual has trumped them all.

The "aftermarket" manuals are just to vague on certain details, where as the oem factory manual is detailed.

I also personally like a paper copy. So do like did....print it off, 3 hole punch it and put it in a binder. It was alot of work, but I got my paper copy.
 
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I have found that some of the PDF files out there have very poor quality scanning and you can barely read them let alone make out what is going on in the pics....do you recommend a certain seller?
 

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Tradebit.com has most service manuals.
 

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Tradebit.com has most service manuals.
I came across this reference when cruising through the archived threads here on the board, saved in my menu....;).....so the scan quality was good with their files then?
 
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