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Just curious. I've received my Ody manual from Helm. That thick manual has 3 holes punched at the left side, probaby for use with binder. What did other fellow members do with the holes, did they use the book with a big 3-hole binder or just ignore the holes?
I haven't seen the manual in the service bays of any Honda dealers, I wonder how they handle the big book, I imagine it is very dirty and greasy.
 

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Dirty and greasy is good, because it means they look at it once in a while. The holes are there in case you want to cut the binding off with your bandsaw and make it a looseleaf affair, in a binder......

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You can't ignore the holes. Use them to stick your pen/pencil/screw-driver etc.


On a serious note, you can use the manual without a binder until the pages start coming out. Then you can put all the "escapees" in a binder.


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Just curious. I've received my Ody manual from Helm. That thick manual has 3 holes punched at the left side, probaby for use with binder. What did other fellow members do with the holes, did they use the book with a big 3-hole binder or just ignore the holes?
I haven't seen the manual in the service bays of any Honda dealers, I wonder how they handle the big book, I imagine it is very dirty and greasy.
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Good points, I've never thought about using the holes for pens, screwdrivers...., even though I have been with the book this past few days when I installed my cd changer and Poron system. But I guess because it is still a brand new book, I have been treating it very gentlemanly.
 
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