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Old 13th March 2007, 07:15 AM   #31
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i'm building an aleph P 1.7 and i would like ...and i'm going to.....build an Aleph X.

Anyways....for the Aleph L's service manual....don't worry i'll send it to you.....just send me an email....i'm going to send you an email through this forum....just reply me and you will receive your manul

have a good day...
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i'm building an aleph P 1.7 and i would like ...and i'm going to.....build an Aleph X.

Anyways....for the Aleph L's service manual....don't worry i'll send it to you.....just send me an email....i'm going to send you an email through this forum....just reply me and you will receive your manul

have a good day...

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