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What is your favorite Triumph manual? My friend and I are restoring a 70? 650 chopper for a young guy and neither of us has worked on one for years.The more specs the better.
Also any tips or tricks would be greatly appreciated.
 

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All of them. Seriously.

Sometimes one will show a view or have a comment on the exact thing you need where another doesn't.

I've got
Haynes Triumph 650 & 750 2-valve unit twins
Clymer collection series, BSA, Norton, & Triumph in one big book
Modern motorcycle mechanics - covers tons of bikes and general tuning too
and an assortment of factory literature
and a Triumph Chopper Guide (collection of articles out of old mags, mostly for entertainment)
and a buncha magazines

If you're going to get just one, get either the Haynes (cheap, easy to find and pretty good) or the factory manual.
 

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If you can find one, snag the "Glenn's Triumph Manual". I think these were the best aftermarket workshop books produced.
 
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