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Old 08-17-2007, 05:31 AM
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Hi,

other than whats on the gasgas website does anyone know of a workshop manual that would suit a 2002 ec200? Something with more info like the Clymer ones????

If there is nothing, would a Clymer Honda 2-stroke manual be my best bet?

Can't find anything on the web?

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There's absolutely bugger all in the way of decent manuals for GasGas's. Saying that, they're pretty simple beasts to work on. I stripped mine down making sure I had my cameraphone handy and took pictures of everything as it came off. Have a nice, clean workspace to lay things out on and you shouldn't find it too difficult.

the official gasgas website does have exploded diagrams for download, but they're not really that much help.
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