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Technical literature

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Dunno if it'd be a good idea to sticky this. Great site for technical literature, run by our ole buddy Astromens.

http://www.gmtechbooks.com/
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Tried to go to www.gmtechbooks.com/ but I get handed off to https://www.crateenginedepot.com/.
Tried different browsers with same results.
I was hoping to learn more about trannies.
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When a webite is not longer available, or you want to see a historic version of it, always try the way-back machine:
http://www.waybackmachine.org

copy+paste or type in your website, and select a date from the graph.

Here is what gmtechbooks.com looked like in 2016:
http://web.archive.org/web/201602172357 ... books.com/
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