From a corner of the garage set up for routine maintenance to a dream shop housing precious classic machines, How to Set Up Your Motorcycle Workshop will help you evaluate your work space and storage needs and create a shop layout that matches your budget. The author then addresses basics such as providing adequate electrical power, lighting, and heat and air conditioning. With the workshop design in place, Masi helps readers identify the must-have and want-to-have tools to appropriately equip the space so you can get the job done.
This new third edition of the book includes profiles of real world workshops, from small garage spaces to purpose-built restoration and race-prep shops, and features a new comprehensive and up-to-date directory of resources for equipment, tools, computers, battery powered tools, and energy saving tips. Color photos and illustrations bring the subject alive.
About the Author
In addition to working as a college professor, scientist, and engineer, C. G. Masi has been wrenching on, riding, and writing about motorcycles for three decades. He holds a B.S. degree in Physics and Masters Degrees in Astrophysics and Business Administration, and he has been s a regular contributor to Research & Development magazine. He currently lives in Aurora, Illinois.
|Markdowns!||40 to 49%|
|Format||8.25 by 10.5 inches|