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BMW R50/5 Through R100GS PD: 1970-1996 (Clymer Motorcycle Repair)

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R50/5 (1970-1973), R60/5 (1970-1973), R60/6 (1973-1976), R60/7 (1976-1978), R65 (1978-1985), R65/85 (1985-1987), R65LS (1982-1985), R75/5 (1970-1973), R75/6 (1973-1976), R75/7 (1976-1977), R80/7 (1978-1980), R80G/S (1980-1986), R80ST (1982-1984), R80RT (1


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R50/5 (1970-1973), R60/5 (1970-1973), R60/6 (1973-1976), R60/7 (1976-1978), R65 (1978-1985), R65/85 (1985-1987), R65LS (1982-1985), R75/5 (1970-1973), R75/6 (1973-1976), R75/7 (1976-1977), R80/7 (1978-1980), R80G/S (1980-1986), R80ST (1982-1984), R80RT (1

35 review for BMW R50/5 Through R100GS PD: 1970-1996 (Clymer Motorcycle Repair)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Richard

    Excellent. I've owned two airheads and ridden them exclusively for over twenty years now. I don't do much of my own maintenance, but when I do this is the manual I turn to. I also own the Haynes manual, but it simply doesn't compare. Of course, both my manuals are not the most recent editions; but considering they stopped making BMW Airheads well over a decade ago, I find it hard to imagine that much changed. Probably just color photographs. The more recent edition is here. Excellent. I've owned two airheads and ridden them exclusively for over twenty years now. I don't do much of my own maintenance, but when I do this is the manual I turn to. I also own the Haynes manual, but it simply doesn't compare. Of course, both my manuals are not the most recent editions; but considering they stopped making BMW Airheads well over a decade ago, I find it hard to imagine that much changed. Probably just color photographs. The more recent edition is here.

  2. 4 out of 5

    ba

    This is the definitive book for folks of any skill level who want t work on their bike. If I wasn't such a spaz, I would have used it more, but even for the few simple tasks I've attempted, this manual has been quite useful. This is the definitive book for folks of any skill level who want t work on their bike. If I wasn't such a spaz, I would have used it more, but even for the few simple tasks I've attempted, this manual has been quite useful.

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