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Clymer manuals are the most user-friendly repair manuals available today. They are written for the do-it-yourselfer as well as the experienced mechanic by industry experts. Step-by-step instructions based on the complete disassembly of the machine. It is this level of detail, along with hundreds of photos and illustrations, that guide the reader through each service and repair procedure. Using a Clymer repair manual is an inexpensive way to keep you vehicle working properly. Troubleshooting and electrical service procedures are combined with detailed wiring diagrams (color on select titles) for ease of use. -Handy thumb-tabs put the chapter you need right at your fingertips -Detailed sub steps expand on repair procedure information -Notes, cautions and warnings throughout each chapter pinpoint critical information -Numbered instructions guide you through every repair procedure step-by-step -Bold figure number help you quickly match illustrations with instructions -Detailed illustrations, drawings and photos guide you through every procedure -Enlarged inset helps you identify and examine parts in detail -Numbered table of contents…easy to use so that you can find the information you need fast
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More Than Pleasantly Surprised
from SW Colorado
Comments about Clymer Manual Honda 100-350cc OHC Singels, 1969-1982 (Manual # M315):
I wasn't sure what to expect but decided to take a chance because I purchased a 1976 Honda 175xl and wanted to know how to reconnect the lights, etc. After going through the maintenance section of the manual, I would love to take the bike apart and put it back together. The diagrams are clear and the explanations are simple. (This coming from a 50-year old woman who has no mechanical skills). But the manual is so simple and complete I really believe I can handle some of the maintenance on my own.
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I wasn't disappointed in my purchased but if I was I could return it for a full refund. I'm going to explore your site more!
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Exactly what machanice ordered!!!
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My '74 XL175, payed $200.oo for it. He could barely start it, let alone keep it running.. With my CLYMER MANUAL specs for Valve gaps, Ignition point gap, Carb adjustments, I now ride a well running machine. Well, the cluch slips. But with BIKE BADITS connections to parts and my CLYMERS MANUAL, thats this weekend project!! NICE MANUAL, good & throu seperation of engine size and years...
fast and fare shipping,, live operators, wide selection...
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from Brooklyn, NY
So far so good, have not done anything crazy on my 1975 xl 250 mechanically yet but what I have noticed that I like about it is that it provides measurements and such as far as wear and tear on everything from the cylinder to the hubs so you could potentially check all miniscule details on the bike to be sure something is not too worn. Has handy wiring diagrams as well, I don't know what that other fellah was saying about it not having anything about the magneto unless he doesnt realize the terms are rotor and stator. Explains entire electrical system and has test voltages to see about the charging system and so forth. BESIDES THE WIRING DIAGRAMS AND PARTS DIAGRAMS I THINK YOU WOULD BE HARD PRESSED TO FIND ANY OF THE REST OF THE INFO IT PROVIDES ONLINE.
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Info spread too thin
from Martin Co, Florida
I got this manual to help resurrect 1970's Honda XL250 MotorSports. It's a very useful manual, but lacks instructions on some proceedures. I came accross a few times where it said to remove one thing or another and not give enough information (if any at all) on how to do it. But if you are machanical minded you should be able to figure it out on your own. And if you're not, you shouldn't attempt to work on them, anyway...
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