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Old 07-12-2008
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Until I can figure out exactly how to store the factory manuals on the forum that I have ( 83 of them with 650MB of data) I am willing to send individuals a copy of any manuals you need. I have both owners manuals and parts manuals for all coaches from 1963 thru 2007.
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Hello Tom

I would like to obtain a copy of the 1994 Parts Manual.... IF you send a hard copy I will scan it into a PDF and then it can be posted in the Library.
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Ed they are already in PDF form but there is not enough room on the forum to install them. And Ed I dont have your email address?
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Anybody have a parts list for the s60? I'm looking to find the right size bolts for an auto tensioner. I have the parts but the kit is missing the bolts. I can re-use the bolts for the covers and the pulleys but I need bolts to install the tensioner.
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Anybody have a parts list for the s60? I'm looking to find the right size bolts for an auto tensioner. I have the parts but the kit is missing the bolts. I can re-use the bolts for the covers and the pulleys but I need bolts to install the tensioner.



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After further research I think the tensioner uses M10x1.5x30MM and M10x1.5x85MM based on the auto belt tensioner kit and the service manual (picture)

I hope I can re-use the bolts for the pulleys and the cover plates.
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