• HOW TO RESTORE TRIUMPH TRIDENT T150/T160 & BSA ROCKET III

    Written by an enthusiast with many years’ experience of working on classic British motorcycles, this book covers the complete dismantling, refurbishment, and rebuilding of two Tridents: a 1973 Triumph T150V and a 1975 Triumph T160. This immensely helpful book covers all parts of the rebuild in great detail; parts that other manuals gloss over, leaving the restorer confused and frustrated.

    From the simplest of jobs, such as removing the fuel tank, through to detailed explanations of rebuilding the engine and carburetors, this manual is an absolute must for any enthusiast contemplating working on their Triumph or BSA triple. Over 650 color photographs and detailed text descriptions clarify every stage ... engine, gearbox, clutch, electrics, frame, wheels, forks, swinging arm, brakes, instruments ... the whole bike!

    Highly readable and entertaining, the author readily admits to the various pitfalls and mistakes he makes in order for others to avoid them. Designed to sit alongside existing workshop manuals, this book is intended to help the owner complete a full restoration of their beloved triple. Essential garage literature!

    Item: 10938

    Author: Chris Rooke

    Format: Paperback

  • HOW TO RESTORE KAWASAKI Z1, Z/KZ900 & Z/KZ1000

    Kawasaki Z1, Z/KZ900 & Z/KZ1000 is for all owners and enthusiasts of the legendary Kawasaki Z1 900, Z/KZ900 and Z1000 built between 1972 and 1980. The book covers the complete restoration of a 1976 KZ900, from the sourcing of the bike to its completion as a fully restored machine. Every area is covered starting with advice on the different models, spares availability, and where best to source a bike to restore. Every area of the restoration is then covered in full detail including the engine, frame, gearbox, wheels, suspension and forks, brakes, ancillaries, bodywork and electrics, accompanied by hundreds of clear color photos to illustrate the text. Additional work on a 1974 Z1A model adds complementary information. What really sets this manual apart, however, is the style in which it is written: not as some dull and distant workshop manual but in a friendly, humorous manner by an enthusiast of many years who is able to involve and entertain the reader, as well as guiding them through the restoration process. This is the third restoration guide from Chris Rooke, whose previous works have been a massive hit with mechanics, enthusiasts and restorers throughout the world.

    Item: 10916

    Author: Chris Rooke

    Format: Paperback

  • TRIUMPH TRIDENT & BSA ROCKET III 1968-1976

    Having Triumph Trident & BSA Rocket III in your pocket is just like having a motorcycle marque expert by your side when you're shopping for one of these classic Triumph motorcycles.

    Benefit from Chris Rooke's years of experience with Triples, learn how to spot a bad bike quickly, and how to assess a promising one like a professional mechanic. Get the right bike at the right price! Packed with good advice - from the difference between models and which is the right one for you, through assessing the engine, paintwork, frame and what are original or aftermarket features - this is the complete guide to choosing, assessing and buying the Triumph Trident or BSA Rocket III of your dreams!

    Item: 10834

    Author: Chris Rooke

    Format: Paperback

  • HOW TO RESTORE NORTON COMMANDO

    This How to Restore Norton Commando manual is aimed at owners and enthusiasts of the legendary Norton Commando, and covers all areas of restoration from the sourcing of the bike to its completion as a fully restored machine. Starting with advice on the different models, spares availability and where best to source a bike to restore, the book then covers the complete dismantling and restoration of the bike. Describing the engine, frame, gearbox, wheels, suspension and forks, brakes, ancillaries, bodywork, and electrics. Plus, the text is illustrated with hundreds of clear color photos.

    What really sets this manual apart is the style in which it is written: not as some dull and distant workshop manual but in a friendly, humorous manner by an enthusiast of many years who is able to involve and entertain the reader, as well as providing a thorough and detailed restoration guide. This is the fourth restoration guide from Chris Rooke whose previous works have been a massive hit with mechanics, enthusiasts and restorers throughout the world.

    Item: 10286

    Author: Chris Rooke

    Format: Paperback

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