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Old 09-11-2018, 06:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
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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 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 its 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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A little disappointed in the article. Would have been really helpful to compare those versus the official OEM service manual.


I've been using Clymer and it's usually been good, but occsionally, the pictures aren't really good enough and I had to tear most of the pages out so that I don't have to flip all over the place when doing more involved procedures.
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