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Is there a repair manual something similar to a vehicle’s chilton manual but for bikes? I hav me an ‘03 Dyna lowrider


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The $150 or so it costs for the service and electrical manual is a minimal cost as compared to 1 trip to the stealership.
On top of that, many dealers don't even want to work on older bikes.
 

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Chilton is a excellent fire starter.
 

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I had a Haynes/Clymer manual for an old 79 sporty I had years ago. It had some neat performance up grade suggestions in the back of the book (stroker/big bore stuff) that the Harley manual didn't however the harley manual had things the off brand books did not have.
 

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I had a Haynes/Clymer manual for an old 79 sporty I had years ago. It had some neat performance up grade suggestions in the back of the book (stroker/big bore stuff) that the Harley manual didn't however the harley manual had things the off brand books did not have.
Junk also.
I would not purchase one for info on normal maintenance little on trust it for performance tips.
There are much better sources for those too.
 

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Factory parts manual is pretty useful also. I like being able to know the exact part number or sub assembly.
 

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A Chalmers And Haynes manual are a waste of money . If you Have a Harley Davison Service and Parts manual you don't need anything Else Check Ebay or Amazon for manuals
 
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