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Clymer Collection Series - Vintage Japanese Street Bikes

Clymer Collection Series - Vintage Japanese Street Bikes

Description

The Clymer Collection Series - Vintage Japanese Street Bikes was written specifically for the do-it-yourself enthusiasts.

Features

  • Basic Maintenance
  • Troubleshooting
  • Complete Overhaul
List Price
$36.95
Your Price
$25.73
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Models Covered

Honda 250 & 305cc Twins (1959-1969)

  • Honda C71 Dream Touring (1959-1960)
  • Honda C72 (1961)
  • Honda C76 Dream Touring (1959-1960)
  • Honda C77 Dream Touring (1961-1964)
  • Honda CA71 Dream Touring (1959-1960)
  • Honda CA72 Dream Touring (1960-1966)
  • Honda CA76 Dream Touring (1959-1960)
  • Honda CA77 Dream Touring (1960-1969)
  • Honda CB72 Hawk (1961-1966)
  • Honda CB77 Super Hawk (1961-1968)
  • Honda CE71 Dream Sport (1959-1960)
  • Honda CL72 Scrambler (1962-1965)
  • Honda CL77 Scrambler (1965-1968)
  • Honda CS76 Dream Sport (1960)
  • Honda CS77 Dream Sport (1960-1963)
  • Honda CSA76 Dream Sport (1960)
  • Honda CSA77 Dream Sport (1960-1963)



Kawasaki 250-750cc Triples (1969-1979)
Kawasaki 900 & 1000cc Fours (1973-1978)

  • Kawasaki H1 with CDI
  • Kawasaki H1 with disc brakes
  • Kawasaki H1E
  • Kawasaki H2
  • Kawasaki H2B
  • Kawasaki KH250A5 KH250
  • Kawasaki KH250B1
  • Kawasaki KH400A3 KH400
  • Kawasaki KH500A8
  • Kawasaki KZ1000
  • Kawasaki KZ1000 LTD
  • Kawasaki KZ900
  • Kawasaki S1 (1972-1973)
  • Kawasaki S1A (1972-1973)
  • Kawasaki S1B (1974-1975)
  • Kawasaki S1C (1974-1975)
  • Kawasaki S2 (1972-1973)
  • Kawasaki S2A (1972-1973)
  • Kawasaki S3 (1974-1975)
  • Kawasaki S3A S3 (1974-1975)
  • Kawasaki Z1
  • Kawasaki Z1-R
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Clymer Collection Series - Vintage Japanese Street Bikes M305 Collection Series - Vintage Japanese Street Bikes
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