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In his third and final book on building V-twin motorcycles, author Tim Remus discusses the pros and cons of various frame designs, the right frame for the reader's use and budget, and the best equipment for the type of frame chosen.
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Before choosing sheet metal or suspension components, a motorcycle builder must first make critical frame decisions. Whether the rider opts for hard-tail, soft-tail, or twin shock, the choice affects the bike's cost, appearance, and use.In his third and final book on building V-twin motorcycles, author Tim Remus discusses the pros and cons of various frame designs, the right frame for the reader's use and budget, and the best equipment for the type of frame chosen. Photos illustrate the latest offerings from the aftermarket and how builders are using and equipping the latest frame designs.Chapters address topics such as frame design and construction material, triple trees and fork tubes, shock absorbers, brake components, wheels and tires, and motorcycle electronics. Hands-on sections teach the reader about drive-train alignment, squaring the frame, and going from a bare frame to a rolling chassis with an installed engine.
Dan Baum is a gun fanatic.
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Dan Baum is a gun fanatic. He is also Jewish Democrat who grew up in suburban New Jersey. In Gun Guys, he takes us on a guided tour of gun stores and gun shows, shooting ranges and festivals, contests and auctions, trying to figure out what draws so many of us to guns in the first place. Is it just part of being American? Introducing a wide cast of characters, Baum shows both sides of the gun culture in America, bringing an entire world vividly to life, and in doing so helping to find a middle ground in the gun debate, where actual conversation can take place.
Choppers can be elegant; witness Mark Hannah's Panhead. likely to get some extra chrome, a longer front end, flashier ... Jammer was around in the 1970s and they're back with some cool old school parts, accessories and rolling chassis.
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Incredible Choppers and Outrageous Bobbers!&break;&break;They're motorcycles almost beyond the imaginations. Raked, chromed, rebuilt and repainted, assembled from assorted parts and pieces, these creations become works of art on two wheels and outrageous rides that are fun to see and even wilder to ride.&break;&break;These amazing machines are Old School versions of Harley-Davidson, Indians, Ariel Square Fours and more. Each was a vision. Many were dreams that talented builders brought to life. Bobbers were motorcycles that were stripped and changed to fit the rider's needs. Choppers were customized to the max, often by some of the most creative gearheads around.&break;&break;"Motorcycle guys cannot leave well enough alone," writes author Alan Mayes. "It's some kind of genetic fault we all share."&break;&break;You can share in all the fun as you go back to Old School. Don't miss one exciting chapter of these best of this exciting breed of choppers and bobbers.