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is a good set of manuals for your particular model...this includes all factory and Clymer.....buy the bike then immediately get these books ....Ebay is a good place to purchase.....read and study them........the second in order of importance is....????
 

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An internet connection so I can come on this forum, and ask you guys whats my problem with my bike...:p:goofygrin:
 

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A forgiving significant other half, who doesn't mind us going and getting covered in oil and playing with our other "babe":goofygrin:

Pete
 

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If I had the money I wouldn't buy a new bike, I'd have a second just like the one I have now. That way it would be easier to work on them, I hate to have my bike down for work when the weather is good. Having one to ride while working on the other would be better for me than a brand new one. Probably no more expensive either.
 

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Tonys96 wrote:
Most important tool...

The one between your ears, directly behind your eyes.

Listen and observe.
Can't get any better than that!:)

Gene:waving::11red::11red::11red::cooler:
 

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So far for me the common flat tip screwdriver has been the most used, aside from that just about everyone (maybe/maybenot) has common hand tools. I would have to say alot of people do not have electrical test lights or meters which really make the difference when trying to diag an electrical problem often found with used cars/bikes!

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