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post #1 of 3 Old 09-11-2018, 05:22 PM Thread Starter
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5 Reasons To Use a Professional Manual for DIY Motorcycle Repair

Clymer Manuals are an ideal addition to your DIY motorcycle repair kit.

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Motorcycles are often ridden as a hobby or passion on special trips and voyages and are typically used to unwind and relax on the open road Ė either alone, or with a group of like-minded enthusiasts.


For millions of riders, motorcycles are a way to access motoring enjoyment on a higher level than with a daily-driven car, truck, or SUV. As such, when itís time for a ride, the last thing the rider wants is a setback caused by a broken or worn part or some other maintenance-related issue.

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I think i still most if not all haynes/clymer books for just about everything i have ever owned.
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There was a day that I restored vintage motorcycles and I was glad to have the authority of Clymer to help me through and make that hobby truly enjoyable. I don't think I ever encountered a restoration that I couldn't find one of their manuals. Today, I lean on the manufacturer's service manual for my more contemporary motorcycles. However, I think the points in the post would still apply.
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