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Filed Under (Harley-Davidson) by admin on 19-10-2015
Whether you’re building a bike from scratch or adding a 300 tire to a factory Softail, the instructions and photos contained in this new chassis book will help with the project.
The frame chapter includes a discussion of rake and trail angles, as well as a listing of various frame types currently on the market. Bike owners looking to upgrade wheels or brakes will discover a full chapter devoted to each topic. Is a six-piston caliper really that much better than a four? And how are the best billet wheels manufactured? Additional chapters cover forks, shocks, sheet metal, wiring and tires.
Two hands-on chapters cover the assembly of both an Evo Softail and a Twin Cam Bagger, from bare frame to rolling chassis complete with the drivetrain
Filed Under (Harley-Davidson) by admin on 20-10-2015
started in the 1990s when a few people decided to build Softails from aftermarket parts—because they couldn’t buy one at their dealer—has evolved into a full blown industry. Today, every small town has a custom bike shop and every motorhead wants to build a Bobber like the ones they see on TV.
Wolfgang Publications and Tim Remus were there at the very beginning of the trend with their Ultimate V-Twin Motorcycle book. Today they’re back with their new book, Advanced Custom Motorcycle Assembly & Fabrication Manual. Part catalog, part service manual and part inspiration, this new book offers help with planning the project, getting the right look and actually assembling that custom bike you’ve been dreaming about.
Filed Under (Harley-Davidson) by admin on 21-10-2015
foundation of any custom or scratch-built motorcycle is the frame. The length, the look and the handling are all determined by the chassis. In ten chapters author Timothy Remus presents an overview of frame dimension & design, a buyer’s guide of the most popular frames on the market, and the analysis of the best forks, shocks, brakes, wheels & tires.
Shops tours take the reader into the shop of Arlen Ness and MC Specialties where frames are fabricated and then assembled. Side-bars cover the pros and cons of mild steel vs. chrome-moly, the nuts & bolts of motorcycle assembly, speedometers (electric or mechanical), powder-coating and drive-line ratios. Part Buyer’s Guide and part Assembly Manual, this book is filled with info useful and necessary to anyone planning to build a V-twin motorcycle from scratch
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 08-02-2011
NOTE: When the battery is disconnected, the clock will need to be reset, the four AM and 8 FM station memory presets Do Not need to
be reset. 1. Disconnect the battery ground cable (14301). 2. Use the two piece Radio Removing Tool T87P-19061-A to pull the radio chassis (18806) out from its mounting position so the antenna and the electrical connectors are accessible. 3. Disconnect the antenna lead and the radio chassis electrical connectors from the radio chassis. 4. Remove the radio chassis. Installation To install, reverse the removal procedure. Check the radio chassis for proper operation.
Filed Under (Mercedes-Benz) by admin on 28-08-2009
Factory 163 ML-Class Chassis Service Manuals Includes:
* Engine Manual (for all engines shown in chart) – Fuel system diagnosis, Engine removal & rebuild, tune-up, torque specifications
* Electrical Troubleshooting Manual – Wiring Diagrams, Electrical Component Locations, Electrical Diagnosis, Pin-out Data
* Climate Control Manual – Complete Heater & A/C system service & diagnosis, fan & heater core replacement
* Body & Chassis Manual (for all chassis shown in chart) – Body assembly instructions, panel alignments, transmission & driveline repair, brakes, suspension, steering, exhaust, wheel alignment, torque specifications
* Maintenance Manual – Provides all Scheduled Maintenance Procedures
* Owners Manuals – All Models
Models Year Chassis Engine
ML430 1999-2001 163.172 113.942
ML55 AMG 2000-2002 163.174 113.981
ML320 1998-2003 163.154
ML350 2003-2005 163.157 112.970
ML500 2002-2005 163.175 113.964