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Quick (newbie) question:

I bought a service manual the other day, thinking it was for my custom (2010 900 Custom SE). According to the Kawasaki website, if I order a manual it will be part number 99924-1373-02 (actually, now it says 99924-1373-04). The manual I received is 99924-1373-03. Is this the correct manual or do I need to get the 02 (or even 04) one?

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99924-1373-01 Covers 2007

99924-1373-02 Covers 2007-2008

99924-1373-03 Covers 2007-2009

99924-1373-04 Covers 2007-2010 and is the most current copy. But, there may not be any changes in the 2010 model. I think you're all set with the copy you have.
 

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$64.65 at repairmanual.com for the 06-09 manual.
 

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mc_dsm, thank you very much for the info.

I will post this here (but mods feel free to remove it if it violates board rules), but [email protected] has quoted me a price of $35 for the manual. That's for the actual manual and not a download. You can contact him if you wish.
 

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Thanks for the price and source!

I always buy the service manual - from a legit source when I can. My HD manual was only $50 from the stealer ...
THEN...I "obtain" a PDF copy (with extreme prejudice) which allows me to print out individual pages to put greasy paw prints on. I figure if I BUY the BOOK - then I have a "license" of sorts to make a backup of said book.
Yeah...I know. It's still illegal, but that's how I roll.

I haven't got the paper manual for my LT yet, but will SOON. Usually...the factory service manual will be the BEST $50-75 you will ever spend on your scoot - besides maybe those first few tanks of gas. :D

RIDE SAFE!!!
 
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