In the owner’s manual the reader can read things regarding brake fluid, brake, oil, seat mounting bolt, valve, plug, fuel valve, spark, bolt, fork, rear brake, cylinder, and cylinder head. Lots of things such as outer tube, chain, bolts, lever, fork damper, battery, carburetor, front brake, nut, tube, exhaust, and rear suspension are explained inside this owner’s manual.
This owner’s manual tells you things about mounting bolt, throttle, rear brake pedal, clutch, compression, drive chain, piston, cap, valve clearance, spring pre load, fuel tank, and spark plug. Here are excerpted from the owner’s manual:
Generally, underinflated tyres wear unevenly, adversely affect handling, and are more likely to fail from being overheated. Underinflated tyres can also cause wheel damage on hard terrain. Overinflated tyres make your CRF ride harshly, are more prone to damage from surface hazards, and wear unevenly. Always check air pressure when your tyres are “cold.” If you check air pressure when your tyres are “warm” — even if your CRF has only been ridden for a few miles — the readings will be higher.
Also, the owner’s manual presents information regarding side cover bolt, spring, torque, exhaust pipe, left side cover, cylinder head cover, muffler, transmission, clutch lever, front suspension, suspension, and fuel.