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Service Schedule

Post by spitonyourgrave22 on Sat 30 Oct 2010, 4:46 am

If have indoor workspace, have a good tidy up and get some bright lights in. If you are forced to work outside, pick a sunny day and allow yourself plenty of time if this is your first go.

Remember that spannering is potentially dangerous. Cuts and bruises are common, so wear gloves and keep a first-aid kit handy. Make sure someone knows what you are up to and can check on you from time to time, preferably with tea.

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Halfords professional is my choice, not cheap at £50 each, but gaurenteed for life. You'll need two though one from 8-40 Mn and one from 40-200 Nm.The Haynes is also a good buy. [Fr33flow]



The CB's service schedule is one every 4000 miles or 6 months, alternating between minor and major services. There is also a monster service at 16,000 miles which includes a valve clearance check (not covered here). Here's the schedule:



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