Honda GL1000 & 1100, 1975-1983

Honda GL1000 & 1100, 1975-1983
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Format: Paperback / softback, 304 Pages
ISBN: 9780892872381
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Description

Each Clymer manual provides specific and detailed instructions for performing everything from basic maintenance and troubleshooting to a complete overhaul of the machine. This manual covers the Honda GL1000 and 1100, model years 1975 through 1983. Do-it-yourselfers will find this service and repair manual more comprehensive than the factory manual, making it an indispensable part of their tool box.

The author

Haynes Publishing is the worldwide leader in automotive and motorcycle repair, maintenance and customizing manuals. Every manual is written from hand-on experience based on a complete teardown of the machine, which is the step-by-step procedure of dismantling a particular vehicle part-by-part. This is followed by the detailed rebuilding of the model. Hundreds of photos accompany each manual's step-by-step instructions.

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Format: Paperback / softback, 304 Pages
ISBN: 9780892872381
Illustrations: 664 photos
Size: 7 in x 10.1 in / 177.8 mm x 256.54 mm
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