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Old 07-09-2005, 09:04 PM
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Chilton's manual 87-96 pickups / bronco

Anybody need a slightly used Chilton's repair manual for 87-96 pickups and bronocos? Includes wiring and vacuum diagrams. Do not need it myself as I have gotten rid of my 88 and do not plan to have another. The only thing it might cost is a cold one or two. If you need it, let me know! Live in OKC area

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