There - we have just shared a beer.
Now you can go out and have another when you get your manual on Disc.
Do you think this has anything to do with the amount of $$$$$$$$$$ we have spent in the past year on these things as to why we got this? Could it be because we ride em hard, and REALLY give em a test and a run for the $$$ (Just remember we ARE the first ones to break the H1 10 days after we bought it - Thanks Dave - which required new engineering and parts.....hey what can we say?!?!?!) We like our toys and Dave is GREAT with them and seeing as the newest one we just bought #5 Arctic Cat for the youngest ones, will soon look like the rest of the Cat Family Toys, we gotta share with you all.
By the way, Ask Dave about his IPOD he was given on Saturday.....LOL the man knows his Cats I will tell you that.
Good luck to all with you new "reading" we look forward to helping all.
How about paypal where we send you a few $ for a copy, we would need your paypal address to send the cash to but it sure would speed things up, say $5/cd for a nice round number, Let us know as I would send the cash as soon as you bless this idea.
Dave I sent you a letter for a copy of the upgrade of the Arctic Cat service manual today . Inclosed are a couple of blank disk and $1.00 to cover shipping. There is a shipping lable in the letter you can put back on the CD mailer for easy return.
In the Mile High City
Mile High Outlaw.
Sure is a nice gesture of you though. Not worthy: :chug:
I've seen a lot of pirated Cat service manual CDs on e-Bay before too. Doesn't anyone get in trouble for this stuff? Or is there just no action taken at all? Anyone know? Maybe it's not worth Arctic Cat's time & laywer costs to go after every instance?