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Re: Haynes Manuals

[QUOTE=chuffer690;1393522]Is it just me or have Haynes manuals got worse over the years, they don't seem to be so straight forward to read anymore.QUOTE]

The quality of the paper is worse too, the old workshop manuals had lovely white paper and clear photos but the modern Service & Maintenance Books have the nasty thin recycled quality paper which 'yellows' quickly and the photos are like looking through 'steamed-up' glasses.
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