Hayes has a strong franchise and they want to be at all places at the same time... For an experienced guy looking for some hints it may be enough but if you are a novice better be prepared for something unexpected. Descriptions are skimpy, incomplete and scattered all over the book (go to ch. 5, come back, jump to ch. 7 and to finish skip to ch. 9 sort of thing). They never tell you the tools you need, bolt/nut sizes and don't be surprised if you find out that you can't finish because the gasket you've just ripped wasn't covered in the book. Shop manuals are better but definitely far from perfect.