1935 to 1939 MODELS: An Illustrated Workshop Manual Covering Pre-War Triumph Twin And Single-Cylinder Motorcycles From 1935 To 1939: After the outbreak of war in September 1939, all of the Triumph motorcycles constructed were destined for military use, civilian production did not resume again until 1946. This is a faithful reproduction of the 1939 Floyd Clymer (E.T. Brown) Workshop Manual originally published in the US in 1947. It includes repair and maintenance data for rigid frame pre-war, single cylinder SV & OHV and twin cylinder OHV Triumph motorcycles from 1935 to 1939. Much more detailed than the owner's handbook, this manual provides the information necessary for the overhaul of engines, carburetors, clutches, gear boxes, forks, electrics, etc., essential information for the enthusiast, owner or restorer of these classic motorcycles. Measuring 5.5" x 8.5" with 96 pages and 56 illustrations. Applicable To The Following Models: L2/1, 2/1, 2/5, 3/1, 3/2, 3/5, 5/1, 5/2, 5/3, 5/4, 5/5, 5/10, 6/1, Tiger 70, Tiger 80, Tiger 90, 2H, Tiger 70C, 3S, 3H, Tiger 80C, 5H, Tiger 90C, 6S, 2HC, 3SC, 5T Speed Twin, 5S and T100 Tiger 100. Includes Maintenance And Repair Data For The Following Engines: Single Cylinder: 250cc OHV, 350cc SV, 350cc OHV, 500cc SV, 500cc OHV, 550cc SV and 600cc SV. Twin Cylinder: 500cc OHV and 650cc OHV.
Paperback (20 Jan 2007) | English