Item description for How-To: Advanced Custom Motorcycle Chassis by Timothy Remus...
The chassis is the foundation for the motorcycle. Thus, picking a chassis, or deciding on any modifications, must be undertaken with care. This book is a guide to frame styles, and quality. Bolted to the chassis are some very important componets. Items like the fork assembly and the shock absorbers. Motorcycles Chassis includes a thorough discussion of how suspension components work and how to pick the best one for your particular motorcycle. The brakes represent the other group of very important components that are bolted to the frame. Again, Motorcycle Chassis analyzes the different types of brakes and offers advice as to which caliper or caliper and rotor combination are the best value for a given bike or style of riding. There are no other books on the market that deal specifically with the chassis of American V-Twin motorcycles. As part of the Advanced Custom Motorcycle series, this book is written for the individual who is either building a custom bike from scratch of modifying an existing Harley-Davidson of V-Twin powered bike.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.94" Width: 8.43" Height: 0.31" Weight: 0.97 lbs.
Release Date Jun 1, 2006
Publisher Wolfgang Publications, Inc.
ISBN 1929133375 ISBN13 9781929133376
Availability 0 units.
More About Timothy Remus
Long time motorhead Timothy Remus is the author of over thirty titles - everything from lifestyle books like Bean're, Motorcycle Nomad; to how-to books like Cheap Chopper.
As president of his own small publishing company, Wolfgang Publications, the former auto mechanic also publishes five to ten books each year for other authors.
Tim reports that the twin responsibilities of writing and publishing leave him with limited free time for the really important things like riding motorcycles and working on projects in the garage.
Timothy Remus currently resides in Stillwater. Timothy Remus was born in 1949.
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A 'must' for any collection catering to motorcycle hobbyists. Aug 9, 2007
Motorcyclists involved in either building a bike from scratch or adding to a factory chassis will appreciate the photo-packed, project-oriented "How To: Advanced Custom Motorcycle Chassis", which discusses upgrades, frames, assembly specs and more. Over 400 color images accompany details on what to buy and how to assemble all kinds of parts, including sidebars of information from industry leaders. A 'must' for any collection catering to motorcycle hobbyists.