It is organized according to the parts numbering system main categories so it is easier to find the tools you may need based on the work you are thinking of doing. You can contact your ABC air marshal to see if someone in your state has a tool they would loan you so you can use a tool without having to buy it.
That said, this is only a list of tools I have needed, not necessarily all the tools you may need for all work on our airhead bikes. I hope this is helpful.
The left side crash bar on the R80ST includes a bracket for the side stand. So I start by installing the crash bars, then the side stand. Then I put the bike on the side stand and install the center stand.
The R80ST has a monoshock rear suspension instead of the traditional dual shock suspension that was on all the other airhead bikes I have worked on. So the swing arm is a bit different. The procedure for installing the swing arm and rear drive on the 1983 R80ST is the same as for the 1983 R100RS.
Here is the link to the documentation and a summary YouTube video.