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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.
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It shows how to do the job right!
from Detroit, Mich
Comments about Clymer Manual Honda CB900-1100 Fours, 1980-1983 (Manual # M325):
If need to know what the specifics are for working on your bike then this is the one to get
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Very good manual
By Fast Freddy
When buying an aftermarket manual there are always some errors. I've had other manual brands and for my purposes (restoring old bikes) I think they are the best on the market.
I have several different Clymer manuals for different machines. This one seems to be good too.
Helpful-sometime, sometime not
from Parkesburg, Pa
I was a Honda factory trained mechanic. For the most part this is a good book. It has some glairing flaws. I purchases this book to repair the rear air socks. Bikes did not have air shocks when I stopped working them. The rear shock section said to clean the shocks and look at them (examine). As to repair, it said take it to the dealer...NO HELP THERE. There are no referances to checking rear shock air pressure (which should be done on the main stand)My bike has a fairing. Fairings are NOT mentioned except for front tire pressure.
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