So, you have a motorcycle that's been sitting in your garage for years or, you've been given a motorcycle by a friend or relative and
it just needs a little TLC to run again or, you found a motorcycle at a garage sale that you picked up for a song. But it
doesn't run. And the local motorcycle dealership won't work on it because it's too
old and the shops that WILL work on it want a small fortune to make it run. So, what do you do?
Well, you have three options. You can pay the shop that WILL work on it, and spend hundreds, or thousands of dollars getting it running and putting it in reliable working order. Or, you can say
To hell with that! I'll just junk it Or, you can buy this book and learn how to make your motorcycle run yourself. Yes, you can! With this how to manual, along with the service manual for your particular, year, make and model of bike, you can make your motorcycle run!
We explain how to make your motorcycle run in easy to understand non-technical language, and we even explain how to get a service manual to use for free. With service manuals costing in the neighborhood of $20.00 to $50.00,
that's a valuable piece of information we pass along to you.
Now the reason we've written this book, is because over the past twenty years of owning our own repair shop, we've answered literally thousands of questions from people just like yourself explaining
how to procedures. A lot of times we've given customers enough information over the telephone so they could get their bikes running well enough to drive into our shop for further work.
The reason most motorcycles have to have a make-run procedure done, is because they've just been setting too long without being run. Hey, if you
don't use it, you lose it!
Section I. Of this manual will take you step by step through the three secrets of getting your motorcycle up and running. Section II. Will cover all of the other problems motorcycles have that are caused by prolonged setting. Remember - use it or lose it! Section III. will teach you how to keep your motorcycle running so it will always start. We will also explain the winterizing steps you need to follow so your bike will start and run in the spring.
Now, let's get down to business. Let's get that bike of yours up and running, and we'll see you on the open road!
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