BSA A50 & A65 Twins Owners Workshop Manual

499cc ~ 654cc. 1962 to 1973

BSA A50 & A65 Twins Owners Workshop Manual
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Format: Paperback / softback, 88 Pages
ISBN: 9780856961557
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With a Haynes manual, you can do it yourself…from simple maintenance to basic repairs. Haynes writes every book based on a complete teardown of the motorcycle. We learn the best ways to do a job and that makes it quicker, easier and cheaper for you. Our books have clear instructions and plenty of photographs that show each step. Whether you’re a beginner or a pro, you can save big with Haynes!
• Easy-to-follow photos
• Complete troubleshooting section
• Valuable short cuts
• Color spark plug diagnosis

Complete coverage for your BSA A50 & A65 Twins for 1962 thru 1973:
• Routine Maintenance
• Tune-up procedures
• Engine, clutch and transmission repair
• Cooling system
• Fuel and exhaust
• Emissions control
• Ignition and electrical systems
• Brakes, wheels and tires
• Steering, suspension and final drive
• Frame and bodywork
• Wiring diagrams

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Format: Paperback / softback, 88 Pages
ISBN: 9780856961557
Illustrations: 211 Ill.
Size: 8.5 in x 11 in x 0.25 in / 215.9 mm x 279.4 mm x 6.35 mm
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