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HONDA 1972-1977 4-CYLINDER CB350F & CB400F WORKSHOP MANUALS

Author: Floyd Clymer
ISBN: 9781588502827
VP Book ID: 20169
Pages: 114
Dimensions: 8 1/4" x 10 3/4"

Description: 114 pages, and more than 340 illustrations and charts, size 8.25 x 10.75 inches. This Workshop Manual is a faithful reproduction of the original Honda Factory Manual for the CB350F and the CB400F four-cylinder models manufactured from 1972 through 1977.

The original CB350F released in 1972 ultimately morphed into the 1975 CB400F and the original 'base' CB350F workshop manual was expanded, by the factory, to include a supplement for the CB400F model.

Beginning in 1968 and extending through the 1975 model year, the common 'K' suffix often, but not always, changed on an annual basis. 'K0' or occasionally 'F0' was normally used to indicate the first model in the series with updated versions identified as either K or F 1, 2, 3, etc. While the alpha number designations continued in use outside the USA through 1978, in September 1973, American Honda adopted a year identifier within the model number - for example; a CB400F'76 would be a 1976 USA model but in most other countries, that same model would be identified as either a CB400K2 or CB400F1. Setting this potential for confusion aside, we can state that this manual covers the entire 1972 through 1977 range of 350cc and 400cc four-cylinder models.

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



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