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How to Build Advanced Motorcycle Chassis


How to Build Advanced Motorcycle Chassis

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    Available in PDF Format | How to Build Advanced Motorcycle Chassis.pdf | English
    Doug Mitchell(Author)
Written for the person starting from scratch and for the advanced builder this is an invaluable guide to building a motorcycle the way you want it to be, with all the projects you need to successfully complete your chassis. Each chapter contains full information on it's subject - the Frame chapter discusses rake and trail angles, listing the various types on the market. Current owners looking to upgrade wheels or brakes (adding a 300 tire to the back of a factory Softail, for example) will find a full chapter on each subject, with methods, advice, and step-by-step instructions fully illustrated. Containing the answers to many questions - is a six-person caliber better than a four-person, and is it worth the extra money? - and a listing of products that is invaluable. The two mock-up assemblies move, stage by stage, from bare assemblies to complete frames with drivetrain, wheels, and complete sheet metal installations - in short everything you need to build your very own, individual motorbike.
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  • PDF | 144 pages
  • Doug Mitchell(Author)
  • Wolfgang Publications (8 July 2013)
  • English
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  • By Big Hairy biker on 18 April 2009

    I bought this along with a few others for a little research as I was studying motorcycle engineering, though I wasn't expecting to much technical detail. Saying that I was still recommend this book to someone that was interested in learning a little more about the very basics of Chassis components.....Just don't expect to much if any information on trail and rake, building materials and so on.

  • By A Jones on 9 January 2010

    The product synopsis is fascinating: is a six-person caliber better than a four-person? Is a four-berth clipper better than an two-foot dinghy? Is brake-dancing as good for all intensive purposes?I think I'll go and crash out on my featherbed.

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