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Clymer Honda Motorcycle Repair Manual

J&P Cycles Part Number: ZZ16001

Manufacturer Part Number: M231

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Description

Description for Clymer Honda Motorcycle Repair Manual

• Includes color wiring diagrams and hundreds of illustrations and original photographs developed from the complete disassembly of the machine

• Chapters include general information, troubleshooting, lubrication, maintenance and tune-ups, engine top and lower ends, electrical, wheels and tires, front and rear suspension, brakes, body and exhaust, clutch, transmission, fuel and emission control systems and more

• Don't start your bike projects without your Clymer manual!

Product Specs

Product Specs for Clymer Honda Motorcycle Repair Manual

Manufacturer Part Number:
M231
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Warehouse Part Number:
1043870
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Compatible Models

Honda Models

  • VTX1300C : 2004–2009
  • VTX1300R Retro : 2004–2009
  • VTX1300S Spoke : 2003–2008
  • VTX1300T Tourer : 2008–2009
Customer Reviews

Customer Reviews for Clymer Honda Motorcycle Repair Manual

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aviator_35

Just used this manual to remove the carburetor, rejett, and re-install. Step by step with pictures was great! A must have tool for the classic shadetree mechanic!!

Morripa

This manual has been a lifesaver! Well illustrated, and very thorough instructions. Whether your experience or new to doing you own work, a manual like this is an essential tool in your shop!

josephgagnondesign

Every aspect of the workings of your bike from the inside out. Indispensable for those intending doing engine rebuilds, transmission rebuilds, drive train work, electrical and coolant systems. I've rebuilt and restored vintage bikes for years, and you absolutely need a manual of this type to proceed. Though I've only glanced through it so far, it appears to have all the info you will need; torque specifications, tolerances for things like big ends, correct assembly protocols and things like that. It also tells you how to change oil and fluids, plus routine maintenance. Hundreds of times better than the manual that came with the bike. If you're an enthusiast, or just liken to be very well informed, this book is for you.

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