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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-10-2019, 03:57 AM Thread Starter

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2008 Workshop Manual, binder?

Since yesterday I am proud owner of the 3 part Workshop Manual. Bought it in US, came pretty fast to Germany.
Great info for my Bullitt.
But I have one question: The books are very thick and heavy, and two of them have three holes for a 3-ring binder. Unfortunately there is no shop over here selling such binders. How do you store your books? Without binder? Or is there any idea where to get such binder at a reasonable price?

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Most people just buy the CD/DVD from Ford. Available for $186 US. But, I like a nice book myself. We used to have a whole wall of service books where I worked before the advent of CD's and online services like Alldata, or Mitchell.


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Well, I bought a CD too, for only 20 $, not knowing that it did not contain the complete workshop manual. I.e. list of all connectors was missing. So I thought the only way to get the complete manual is to buy the books.
Anyway, I like the books and want to take care of them.
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Hello Ewald

bought the same books last week... Books are much better than CD or what ever stuff.

Greetings from Duesseldorf
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...forgot to give you an advise / idea Ewald

why donīt you buy some thin aluminum tube... at the "BAUHAUS " or "Hornbach ". then you can build yourself such a support. Bent the tubes the way they can support the books . As a base you can use a good piece of wood - or so.
Drill 6 holes ...and route the 3 aluminium tubes bended with a 180 degree curve into them....
Just an Idea

Greetings Juergen

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