If you’d like to get more ‘hands on’ when it comes to working on your own motorcycle, but are unsure where to start, this book provides a terrific amount of information on standard techniques used when repairing, overhauling, and fabricating parts. Everything from the use of common hand tools, to precision measuring techniques, and the methods used for disassembly and reassembly of complex mechanisms found on motorcycles is covered here. An excellent publication that belongs in the workshop of anyone who wants to know more about processes and methods used by mechanics, as it clearly demystifies and explains how things are done. Stop reaching for that bigger hammer and see how it’s done properly. By John Fidell and Pete Shoemark. Hardbound. 8.25"×11". 143 pp. b/w illus.