How to Restore Your Motorcycle

How to Restore Your Motorcycle

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Organized by major sub-assemblies like engines, frames, suspension, wheels and tires, brakes, and bodywork, the text and photo sequences featured here outline repair fundamentals and parts sources, and advise owners when to repair and when to replace. Care is taken to offer advice applicable to U.S., British, German, Italian, and Japanese bikes (the latter of which have previously gone largely ignored) in all four-stroke and classic two-stroke configurations. An appendix features a resource list and bibliography. Mark Zimmerman, the technical editor of Old Bike Journal, has also written for American Iron and Classic Bike. Jeff Hackett's photography and byline have appeared in several MBI tractor and motorcycle books and calendars. Zimmerman lives in Danbury, Connecticut, Hackett in Orange, Connecticut.Organized by major sub-assemblies like engines, frames, suspension, wheels and tires, brakes, and bodywork, the text and photo sequences featured here outline repair fundamentals and parts sources, and advise owners when to repair and when ...


Title:How to Restore Your Motorcycle
Author: Mark Zimmerman, Jeff Hackett
Publisher:MotorBooks International - 2000
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