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and im sure i could find the part numbers in that case. i said good find cause its an interesting diagram. so get off my back im thankin the guy for posting something that could be potentially useful for somebody
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yeah, cause part numbers for stuff you might have to order sometime in the future will never come in handy. Good call.
and you must not pick up on sarcasm to much.
I tried finding them, but these pics in themselves are hard to find anyways to the average person. My understanding is that Bosch keeps a pretty tight hold on who has access to their diagrams and all that crap. Guess you have to be a authorized Bosch dealer. These are the actual Bosch diagrams though.
I tried finding them, but these pics in themselves are hard to find anyways to the average person. My understanding is that Bosch keeps a pretty tight hold on who has access to their diagrams and all that crap. Guess you have to be a authorized Bosch dealer.
Thank you for realizing sarcasm. Ill post up numbers later.
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