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Old 05-23-2008, 05:04 AM
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I'm Roger. I've had a couple of people interested in copies of this CD I bought. They have PM me their addresses and I will send them a copy. I told them if they wanted they could send me a couple of dollars to cover postage and the CD cost, after they received the CD. A few comments have implied that I am doing the wrong thing. I thought I was helping. Ironhorse went under and left a lot of us without information. If I knew how to do it I would just post this CD for everyone. Just thought I was helping
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Old 05-23-2008, 05:40 AM
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Roger, I don't believe you are doing the "wrong" thing.
The guy selling them on Ebay appears to be selling copies of an original AIH shop manual. From his name on Ebay, quite probably a former (is there a current?) AIH dealer. They are obviously not originals.

Let's see... I could buy a COPY from him for $50, or I could buy a COPY from you at less than $50. HMM, what shall I do....?

Thanks, Roger....I appreciate it.
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Old 05-23-2008, 05:53 AM
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I'm Roger. I've had a couple of people interested in copies of this CD I bought. They have PM me their addresses and I will send them a copy. I told them if they wanted they could send me a couple of dollars to cover postage and the CD cost, after they received the CD. A few comments have implied that I am doing the wrong thing. I thought I was helping. Ironhorse went under and left a lot of us without information. If I knew how to do it I would just post this CD for everyone. Just thought I was helping
Nothing wrong from my point of view...................to the "haters".....FUCK OFF!!
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Old 05-23-2008, 10:16 AM
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Thanks for the info ........ I agree ...... To all the HATERS - FUCK OFF !!!!!!

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If anyone wants a copy just PM me. I'm not trying to make any money on this but I would appreciate a little to help me recoup the cost. That way everyone can have a copy for a very little amount
Bump,,,,,, so bb can recoup his fift y........
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Old 05-24-2008, 06:56 PM
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If I can help anyone with any information off the CD, just ask and I'll look it up for you.
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Received the CD today. It has the shop service manuals, parts list, wiring diagrams and owners manuals for all 2004 - 2007 models but nothing on the 2007 Slammer.
Hi, I see this is an old thread, but i am wondering if you can make a cd burn or a pdf file of your cd. I would like to buy it from you. I have a AIH Outlaw 2006
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looking for a full electrical wire harness diagram and all the components in the trap door for a 2006 American Iron Horse Chopper with upgraded ignition TC88A-IH ECM

ALTHOUGH MY INITIAL NEED IS FOR what looks to be a " fused block" it sits between the ECM and main wiring controller does it have 2 wires located on both threaded lugs or ????
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2004 tejas wiring diagram

hello Roger, i emailed you about getting a copy of the CD, thanks Bill
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Also revisiting an old thread. Have a 2004 Texas Chopper soft tail, looking for parts and (if available) service manuals. Would be grateful if someone could email them to me. (I'd take the CD if that's what's available!) Thanks guys.
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Old 11-29-2017, 05:44 PM
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Not sure about other models but, the TX Chopper manual is available for free here: http://www.americanironhorse.org/ind...per%202007.pdf
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