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06 yfz450 manual????

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Does any 1 know of a paper back repair manual for a 2006 yfz450??? cant find it anywhere:aargh::aargh::aargh:....Please help!!!!! Thanks guys

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Does any 1 know of a paper back repair manual for a 2006 yfz450??? cant find it anywhere:aargh::aargh::aargh:....Please help!!!!! Thanks guys

Yamaha has an online setup that is nice: My Yamaha Prompt - Owners Manual

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