Working on your own motorcycles doesn’t just save you money, but it helps you get better acquainted with your bike and become a better rider as a result. Clymer has just introduced manuals for the latest Harley-Davidson Sportster and Dyna lineups. If you’re a late model Harley owner (or any year model), a Clymer manual is a must have. The same goes for every other type of bike as well.
NEWBURY PARK, CA, April 13th – Clymer, the long preferred source of service manuals for owners of Harley-Davidson motorcycles, announces the introduction of two new titles covering the latest Sportster and Dyna models. Unlike factory service manuals, Clymer’s manuals are written with the DIY mechanic in mind, and include easy to follow procedures, accurate, clear, and concise test procedures, as well as hundreds of photos.
The Harley-Davidson FXD Dyna was one of the best handling cruisers when introduced and has gotten consistently better every year. The new Clymer manual M255 covers all recent Dyna models from 2012 to 2017, powered by the Twin Cam motor. Specific models covered are:
The Harley-Davidson Sportster is a versatile, long-running favorite, having been raced in every discipline, and ridden on every continent and every terrain. The new Clymer manual M256 covers all Sportster variations since the brakes and electrical update in 2014. Specific models covered are:
The Dyna has been the best performer in the Harley big twin lineup since its introduction in the 1990s, with lighter weight and better handling. The Sportster has introduced countless riders to the Harley lifestyle and is a genuine modern classic. These new manuals join Clymer’s coverage of earlier Sportster and Dyna models, as well as the Harley-Davidson’s V-rod, Softail, and Touring series.
Every Clymer Manual is based on teardown and reassembly of the actual machines covered, so the warnings, notes, and instructions are from first-hand experience. The hundreds of pictures, diagrams and illustrations are the genuine article and produced just for these books, not recycled factory stock photos. When possible, Clymer even includes shortcuts and instructions for making your own versions of expensive factory tools. Also included in every Clymer Manual is a full-color wiring diagram to make troubleshooting easy and adding electrical accessories foolproof. All of these features and more are also in the online edition, accessible via smartphone, tablet, or computer.
Clymer Manuals, now part of the Haynes Manuals Publishing Group, has been dedicated to helping the motorcycle community since 1945. Floyd Clymer started as a motorcycle racer and automobile enthusiast before WWI, eventually publishing many books and magazines devoted to his passion. Clymer manuals have been used by generations of riders, and are the bible of DIY service. The current Clymer catalog includes coverage for motorcycles, ATVs, snowmobiles, personal watercraft, outboard motors, and more.
Haynes, world-leading publisher of automotive and motorcycle repair manuals, is renowned for teaching owners how to carry out routine maintenance and repairs. For over 50 years, Haynes has been dismantling vehicles and putting them back together. John H. Haynes began writing manuals this way in 1960 and, as Founding Director, is still a member of the Board of Directors.
For more information or to place an order, call 1-800-4-Haynes or visit our website at www.clymer.com.