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I am currently a student at MMI to become a motorcycle tech. With the courses I am currently enrolled in, I have about a year until I graduate, assuming I don't add on any additional manufacturers. I would like to start to build up my tool collection during the time I am still...
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Below I have some pictures of a bike I wish to rebuild, but I'm not exactly sure how I should go about doing it. Can anyone give me some tips and/or a part list that it needs?
Thanks in advanced!
New to the motorcycle repair world, I had to pick up my first multimeter. With so many options online I had no idea what to get. Usually when it comes to buying tools I like to spend the extra cash and get something that I know is a great product. But I know I dont need an extravagant multimeter...
So I just got a 2007 Yamaha V star 1300. I would like to do a good amout on the maintenance work myself, such as changing the spark plugs, changing the oil and filter, installing my own accessories, and any needed tune ups. My first question is, what kind of tool should I get, I was seeing...
Hey, I was wondering if anyone knew about building choppers from a kit. Like, what kind of tools would be good to have around? Also what are some good places to purchase the kits from or what are some thing to watch out for?