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Motorbooks Special Tools for Harley-Davidson: Where To Get Them and How To Use Them Book

Special Tools for Harley-Davidson: Where To Get Them and How To Use Them Book
Special Tools for Harley-Davidson: Where To Get Them and How To Use Them Book Special Tools for Harley-Davidson: Where To Get Them and How To Use Them Book Special Tools for Harley-Davidson: Where To Get Them and How To Use Them Book
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    by Mike Arman and Kurt Heinrichs

    Working on your Harley-Davidson? Here's a listing of every special tool you'll need, with photographs, detailed instructions, where to get them, and how much to pay. Save yourself time, money, and upsetment.

    Covering all the pullers, gauges, reamers, lappers, drivers, and other trick tools that you need, it also warns you about the ones you don't need and shouldn't buy, and even shows you some you can make yourself for almost nothing.

    Here are the tools for the top end, bottom end, transmission, chassis, drive line, and non-specific tools as well. 63 clear photos, names, addresses, instructions; the works! This book has it all!

    5 1/2" by 8 1/2", 64 pages, 63 photos, softcover

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    SKU000849
    MakesHarley-Davidson
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    All in all a useful... Review by AMFshovelheads
    All in all a useful book. However it's a publication from the 80s or so and the chapter where to get those tools is mostly obsolete. Take this book as a reference which tools you need and search online where to get them (JIMS makes good tools for HDs) (Posted on 3/1/2013)
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    As of yet, I... Review by Michael Forrester
    As of yet, I haven't owned a scooter newer than 1980, so this book is right up my alley. the locations given for tool purchases are, for the most part, out of date, given the age of the publication. but with this new-fangled inter-web thing-a-majig, just look up motorcycle tools or other such information and VOILA! magic happens! There is plenty of excellent tips & info, evenhow to make your own tools. Back in the early 1970`s when I was a younger buck, I changed my wrist-pin bushings by 1. freezing the bushings, 2. heating the connecting rods(with a torch), 3.and my special tools were a 1/2" carridge bolt, a 1/2" nut, a 1/2" fender washer, and a 1/2" drive x 1"socket. Synopsis: freeze bushings(overnight), heat connecting rod(s) have a bro fetch a bushing for ya, place 1" socket onto carridge bolt,(1'2" lug on inside of bolthead fits neatly into 1/2" drive socket, imagine that) insert bolt with socket through rod, slide bushing onto bolt, followed by 1/2" fender washer & 1/2" nut & hand tighten,(make sure new bushing is lined up EXACTLY with old bushing & bushing oil hole is in same position as connecting rod oil hole),and CAREFULLY push new bushing into rod & old bushing out into 1"" socket.The last special tool you need is a 2 stone brake and a mixture of laquer thinner & oil to lube the hone, wash away brass debris, and keep down heat. Make sure to check wrist pin fit in rod every few minutes with a feeler gauge or you will be repeating steps 1-4 again, believe me, I know ! Sorry, got off track there. Nice little book for old scoots, old schoolers, and even you young bucks with old school attitude ! (Posted on 3/25/2014)
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    The price was right... Review by G.T. Hof
    The price was right and since I love all things Harley Davidson I purchased it...Probably will never need or use any of the tools but still informative. (Posted on 4/27/2014)
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