Did I loan my EVTM to anyone?

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  1. Off Road SHO

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    Can't find my 1991 EVTM manual and I remember loaning it to someone but can't remember who it was or whether they brought it back.

    I took a memory improvement class once...but I can't remember how I did in it.

    Tom
     
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    Do I remember you asking this once before? :)

    I'm not sure what an EVTM is, but I have two books that I got from Kevin? before he moved to Tennessee. They are green and one is thick and one is thin. I found them when cleaning the garage. I'll see what they are and if one says EVTM you are welcome to it. I'm almost positive they both say 1993 on them though.
     
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    Troy,

    I'll take em if you don't need them anymore but don't you still have an SHO?

    The one I'm missing is the 1991 Electrical and Vacuum Troubleshooting Manual.

    Tom
     
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    Tom, I found that book and it is indeed a 1993 EVTM. And I do still have a SHO, but you are welcome to use it for as long as you need. The book, not the SHO. Though I suppose you could use that too if you wanted.
     
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    Thanks, but I'd rather find my Gen 1 book.

    I even took a memory course once...Don't remember how I did though.

    Tom
     
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    Still can't find my 91 EVTM manual. I have an extra 94 EVTM that'd be willing to trade for a 1st Gen EVTM. Thanks.

    Tom
     
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    I don't know where your manual is, but I just watched your videos, and they are awesome.
     
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    Tom,

    Many years ago I remember sending my 1990 body, chassis, electrical, power train book to a certain someone in Arizona. Do I need to resend it for further use. Lol

    P.S. You did return it to me in case you forgot.
     
  9. Off Road SHO

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    Mike,

    Of course I forgot, I've slept since then. :) But no thanks on the re-send. I need to find mine in the six acres of "neat stuff" that I have stashed around here.

    Tom
     
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    Good Luck. The offer is always open.
     
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    I find this funny, since CRS episodes are a BTDT!! Just figured out a coupla years ago that the fitted leather backpack for my motorcycle is missing because I took it to a leather shop around 1988 to get it restitched, and I totally forgot to pick it up!!
     
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    HAHAHA, Ive done that with a tire I dropped off at Discount tire. God I hate getting old. I even took a memory building course at the local Community College...Don't remember how I did though.

    Tom
     

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