Kawasaki KX80, KX85 & KX100

KX80 1991-2000, KX85 and KX85-II 2001-2016 and KX100 1989-2016 - See more at: https://www.clymer.com/clymer-manuals-kawasaki-KX80-1991-2000-KX85-and-KX85-II-2001-2016-and-KX100-1989-2016

Kawasaki KX80, KX85 & KX100
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Format: Paperback / softback, 352 Pages
ISBN: 9781620922361
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Kawasaki KX80 1991-2000, KX85 and KX85-II 2001-2016 and KX100 1989-2016


Clymer motorcycle repair manuals are written specifically for the do-it-yourself enthusiast. From basic maintenance to troubleshooting to complete overhaul, Clymer manuals provide the information you need. The most important tool in your tool box may be your Clymer manual, get one today.

TROUBLESHOOTING

LUBRICATION, MAINTENANCE AND TUNE-UP

ENGINE TOP END

ENGINE LOWER END

CLUTCH AND EXTERNAL SHIFT MECHANISM

TRANSMISSION AND INTERNAL SHIFT MECHANISM

FUEL, EMISSION CONTROL AND EXHAUST SYSTEMS

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

COOLING SYSTEM

WHEELS, TIRES AND DRIVE CHAIN

FRONT SUSPENSION AND STEERING

REAR SUSPENSION

BRAKES

BODY AND FRAME

COLOR WIRING DIAGRAMS

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Format: Paperback / softback, 352 Pages
ISBN: 9781620922361
Size: 8.27 in x 10.63 in / 210.06 mm x 270 mm
Published:

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