Motorcycle Maintenance Techbook

Servicing and minor repairs for all motorcycles and scooters

Motorcycle Maintenance Techbook
$45.95
Format: Paperback / softback, 256 Pages
ISBN: 9781785210471
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Description

Motorcycle maintenance made easy:

-- Aimed at the DIY mechanic and students embarking on courses in motorcycle engineering

-- Service tasks are described in detail and illustrated with over 900 color photographs

--Information on how to build up a toolkit and keep service records

--Tools, testing and measuring equipment, oils and workshop equipment

--Using a service schedule and keeping records

--Engine: Oil and filter, valve clearances, compression test, air and fuel filters, carburetor balance, coolant, spark plugs, clutch and exhaust system

--Chassis: Chain, sprockets, tires, disc brakes, drum brakes, wheel bearings, front forks, steering head bearings, rear shock, handlebars, swinging arm bearings, cables, footrests, stands and bodywork.

--Electrics: batter, fuses, bulbs, horn, switches and wiring

--Accessories: twin horns, fork gaiters, top box and drive chain oiler

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Format: Paperback / softback, 256 Pages
ISBN: 9781785210471
Size: 8.5 in x 11 in x 0.5 in / 215.9 mm x 279.4 mm x 12.7 mm
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