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Old 01-29-2013, 02:34 AM   #16
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These bikes do take a nice long ride to appreciate their charms. The gearbox is interesting and the front brake can be somewhat marginal, but if you take the time you will fall in love.
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Old 01-29-2013, 07:47 AM   #17
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Clymers Manual

Originally Posted by disston View Post
There is a Haynes Manual and a Clymers manual. Either one has regular scheduled maintenance and trouble shooting of major systems. Either manual or both and the Internet are usually all everybody needs for most stuff. Some operations are beyond most riders and the availability of a dealer or other Airhead friendly service can also be a big help. You also have a large and active local group in and around Atlanta.
I got both a Clymer and a Haynes manual with my 1979 R100RT from PO. I would recommend the Clymer over the Haynes.

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