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HONDA WORKSHOP MANUAL 1974-1977 TWIN CYLINDER 5 & 6 SPEED CB250, CJ250T, CB360, CL360, CB360T & CJ360T
Author: Floyd Clymer
VP Book ID: 20166
Dimensions: 8 1/4" x 10 3/4"
Description: 170 pages and more than 450 illustrations and charts, size 8.25 x 10.75 inches. This workshop manual is a compilation of 4 original Honda publications. It includes a reproduction of the original 250cc and 360cc twin cylinder 1974 factory workshop manual for both the disc brake and drum brake models, plus 3 factory supplements that cover both the 5 and 6 speed variants, which extends the coverage of the original manual through 1977. The models covered are: CB250, CJ250T, CB360, CL360, CB360T and CJ360T.
Many of the earlier Honda motorcycle models were often introduced at different times and in different countries using different model names or designations. For example, the CB 250 was predominantly sold in the European market and not officially available in the USA. However, the 360cc models were available in both Europe and the USA.
Unfortunately, this often leads to difficulty in selecting the correct workshop manual and owners of this series of 250cc and 360cc twins are subjected to considerable confusion surrounding the appropriate selection from the multitude of OEM publications that have recently flooded the on-line marketplace. This confusion is compounded by the fact that Honda used both 5 and 6 speed transmissions within the 1974 to 1977 production run of the 250/360 series.
Owners of the 1968-1973 twin cylinder 5-speed 250cc and 350cc models are directed to our Honda factory workshop manual, ISBN 9781588502612. Owners of the 1961-1968 twin cylinder 250cc and 305cc C72 & C77 series will require our Honda factory workshop manual, ISBN 9781588500731.
Finally, please note that the text in the original Honda Factory Workshop Manual was translated from Japanese into English. Consequently, some of the phrasing, grammar, punctuation and word usage may be subtly different from that commonly used in the English language. However the information, as presented, is readily understandable. In addition, while we have done our best to identify any anomalies, errors and incorrect spelling that may have occurred during the original translation process, we are certain that we will have missed one or two and we request your indulgence in ignoring them...$34.95 USD