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For men and women who have the will to service their own bikes and lack only the know-how, this book has it all: basic, easy-to-use information about repairing and maintaining pushrod V-twin motorcycles from someone who really knows the nuts and bolts. Sara Liberte's primer begins with the fundamentals-from wheel size and tire pressure to knowing your shop manual and the tools you'll need-then moves on to the basics of maintenance. Changing oil and other fluids, replacing gaskets, gauging normal wear and tear, inspecting chains and belts and adjusting tension: these are just a few of the topics Liberte covers in complete and clear detail. She also discusses the charging system, battery charging, terminal maintenance, and simple wiring techniques-and, critically, troubleshooting, whether on the road or at the shop.
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Since graduating from Montserrat College of Art in 1997, Sara Liberte has been a professional photographer specializing in motorcycle/automotive and portrait photography. With a background in fine art, Sara has concentrated primarily on "image fusion," a signature technique she uses to combine images. Her works have been exhibited at several prestigious galleries, including Mingo Art Gallery in Beverly, Massachusetts; Blue Ruin Gallery in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; and Just Jennifer Gallery in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Her photos have appeared in numerous ads, marketing materials, and annual reports as well as in leading publications like EasyRiders magazine, In the Wind, Hot Bike, Street Chopper, IronWorks, and Cycle Source. Official Website: www.saraliberte.comReview:
American Iron, July 2006 (circ.: 133,914)
”What a great time for a book like this to be published. With more riders owning a one-off custom V-twin motorcycle, there’s a need to learn about the repair and maintenance of that motorcycle. Sara Liberte is one of the few female wrenches who really knows her stuff. Gender aside, those who have the desire to roll up their sleeves, set up a serious motorcycle garage and get some grease on their hands will have fun applying what’s taught ...
“Riders with some technical brain-power will appreciate the 21 project descriptions that include how to change a tire, how to install an upgraded starter and how to install a performance exhaust. Riders like me, who’d rather leave it to the experts, will still learn a thing or two from this book about the workings of their motorcycles.”
Thunder Press, June 2006 (circ.: 100,000)
“Sara makes her knowledge your knowledge in easy-to-understand language. If you’ve never changed a spark plug before reading this book, you will have an understanding of what spark plugs do and what their condition can tell you about your engine after reading the ‘Change Your Sparkplugs’ section. This gal knows what she’s talking about – and knows how to tell you ...
“I couldn’t find anything but good advice in this book. If you’re new to motorcycling or just need a good place to begin your learning curve, this is the book for you.”
Easyriders, June 2006 (circ.: 222,380)
“Finally a basic motorcycle repair and maintenance manual for the masses. Sara Liberte, a female motorcycle artist and bike shop owner has given us a concise, photographic and common sense guide to owning a motorcycle. Although Liberte is every bit a woman, this is no ‘girly’ motorcycle handbook. Liberte has cut her teeth in the hot rod and motorcycle world.”
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Book Description Motorbooks, 2006. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110760323542
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