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Thread: Get those manuals organized - Tip

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    Default Get those manuals organized - Tip

    While cleaning up the other day, I wasn't surprised to stumble accross a crap load of manuals. There's everything from full kit manuals to instruction sheets on binding TX/Rx's, waranties...

    Thought this would be a better solution, thought I'd share
    Get those manuals organized
    Grabbed a large binder and 100 pcs of clear covers.
    Now all I have to do when finished is save the important cut aways and diagrams for future reference. Also now there will be no more greasy finger prints!

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    i have done something similar. although i bet i dont hvae quite as many as you do to organize, but i used a small 1 inch binder and punched holes in them all and skipped the page protectors all together. i figure if i need to replace a page, i can just print it out again from my computer. i am certain that once i increase my collection more i'll need a bigger binder

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    It works pretty good, especially for stuff like programming instructions (I always forget em)
    With kit manuals probably can just take out th ebasic stuff and store the transmission and axle assemblies in here to save a bit of room.

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