Join Date: Apr 2006
Location: Concord, NC, USA
+1 on the Clymer manual. It has everything from routine maintenance to complete overhaul information.
+2, It will frighten you with its detail and complexity - which it should because there are things on these bikes that are engineered differently. Reading the manual first, even a skim, can save you a lot of $$'s putting right 'accidental' damage. You can even get a little ahead if you need the stealer to do work.
Last edited by voxmagna; May 29th, 2007 at 1:59 am.