Ownership of a modern American motorcycle - no matter how good it is - requires certain mechanical skills. This book covers all the skills needed to do basic maintenance and repairs on your V-twin powered motorcycle, at home to save you money and give the satisfaction of knowing you can do this. From adjusting the clutch cable to installing brake pads, oil changes, brake pads, and more this book explains in both words and photos how to safely do your own work. Instead of taking the bike back to the dealer or shop where you bought it, roll it into your garage and get out the tools. Written by Mark and Paul Shadley, long time owners of the Shadley Brothers shop, this guide to basic repair explains not only how to repair and adjust various parts of the motorcycle, but how stuff works. Colour photographs explain the brake hydraulics and the best way to adjust the primary chain, and there are 400 colour images to accompany each of the step-by-step projects and instructions. Additional chapters include fork overhaul, installation of shock absorbers, and alignment and adjustment of the final drive. The brothers even cover your choice of tools and any special equipment needed along the way, making this a valuable reference and 'how-to' manual for riders and mechanics.This book covers all the skills needed to do basic maintenance and repairs on your V-twin powered motorcycle. Illustrated with over 400 color images.
|Title||:||How to Fix American V-Twin Motorcycles|
|Publisher||:||Wolfgang Productions - 2009-06|