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    Any fluent Spanish speakers who could translate a technical document for me, please?

    As above, I have been given some instructions (in a pdf file) on how to service a Scott rear shock - however, it's all in Spanish and that is not one of my languages....

    I've tried Google translate but because it's a tech doc with tech terms, the translate doesn't work very well.

    Could anyone help out, please?

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    I can't see the text or file.
    Just try to be happy and smile every day.

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    If you or anyone can help me then I'll send the pdf file!

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    You may want to try posting on the Mexico forum.

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    I'm fluent in spanish since I was the first in my family not born in Peru. Never tried reading though. This could be interesting. Pm me a link and ill give it a whirl tomorrow night.
    There's something about those long grueling climbs that gets my front end all stiff... And I'm not talking about lockout...

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