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Author: Floyd Clymer
ISBN: 9781588502841
VP Book ID: 20171
Pages: 154
Dimensions: 8.25" x 10.75"

Description: 154 pages and more than 120 illustrations and charts, size 8.25 x 10.75 inches. This Workshop Manual is appropriate for the entire line of 1956 through 1966 Royal Enfield four and five speed 250cc single cylinder 'Crusader' series plus the 350cc 'New Bullet' model. It will also be of use to owners of the 250cc Enfield Indian 'Fire Arrow' and 'Hounds Arrow'.

A compilation of three factory publications: (1) a reproduction of the original March 1968 printing of the Factory Workshop Manual for the 'Crusader' series which covers the 1956-1962 'Crusader', the 1958-1965 'Clipper', the 1959-1966 'Crusader Sports', the 1961-1963 'Crusader Super 5', the 1961-1963 'Trails', the 1962-1966 'Continental' and the 1963-1966 'New Bullet' 350cc. Also included is (2) a 1961 illustrated parts manual for the 'Crusader' series, plus (3) a 1962 illustrated parts supplement.

350cc 'NEW BULLET' PRODUCTION DETAILS: First introduced in 1963, this 350cc model was based on the 'Crusader'. The 350cc engine can be identified by its 10 fin barrel as compared to the 8 fin barrel of the 250cc models however; it also featured revised internals, a strengthened gearbox and Clipper style forks and, in 1964, it received a new silencer and fuel tank. The knowledgeable historians appear to agree that production ran from January 1963 to August 1965 which makes 1966 as the final model year. However, due to a number of different reasons, production numbers are inconclusive, as it is a known fact that the engine and frame numbering procedure did not follow a consistent pattern and, at times, was somewhat random. Consequently, there is some disagreement on the total production with less than 250 units, the most commonly quoted number.

Royal Enfield was very adept at utilizing components across their entire model line and this 'sharing' carried over into their workshop manuals. Consequently, many of the sections and illustrations are identified as being appropriate for various models and not necessarily specific to the particular model referenced in the manual title...$34.95 USD


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