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Type:2002 YAMAHA XVS1100 V-STAR 1100 MOTORCYCLE
Make:2002 YAMAHA XVS1100 V-STAR 1100 MOTORCYCLE
2002 YAMAHA V-STAR 1100 MOTORCYCLE GENUINE ORIGINAL FACTORY OWNER'S MANUAL IN GREAT CONDITION. THIS OWNER'S MANUAL COVERS 2002 YAMAHA V-STAR 1100 CLASSIC XVS1100P(C) AND V-STAR CUSTOM XVS1100AP(C) MOTORCYCLE MODELS. INCLUDES 2002 YAMAHA V-STAR 1100 FEATURES, SPECIFICATIONS, CONTROLS & INDICATOR OPERATION, MAINTENANCE & LUBRICATION, ACCESSORIES MAINTENANCE, MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE, AND TROUBLESHOOTING. THIS HEAVY 100 PAGE OWNER'S MANUAL MEASURES 8-1/4" BY 6". THE TOP IMAGE IS FROM THE COVER AND THE BOTTOM IMAGE IS FROM AN INSIDE PAGE.
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