I am looking for an illustrated book describing bicycle repair and the required tools. Right now, I can change a tire, tighten my brakes, adjust my threaded headsets and swap seats and pedals, but I am bothered by bottom brackets, dumb about derailleurs and confused about cranks.
There are more things I want to be able to do. For instance, at some point I want to disasemble some of my bikes to be powdercoated, then put them back together.
"Zinn & the Art of Road Bike Maintenance" By Leonard Zinn (also has a mountain bike version which I expect to be equally good, but I've not read that). The illustrations are generally basic but to the point, and he covers a lot of ground -- all styles of bottom brackets, shift levers, etc, and outlines most of the tools you need. You'll have no problems figuring out how to disassemble/reassemble your bike (and you'll probably decide to rebuild a number of components along the way).