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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-01-2017, 07:11 PM Thread Starter
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GL1800 Different Rear Wheel Part Numbers

I was looking for a spare rear wheel for my 2001 GL1800 and I found what the guy is telling me is one off from a 2014. Will any GL1800 rear wheel fit all years of the 1800 or did they change? I notice that at least the last 3 digits of the part numbers have changed through the years.

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The wheel bolts directly to the final drive crown gear which is the same part number for all years.
The wheels come with a valve stem included and the 2014 had TPMS whereas the 2001 didn't.

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Thanks Ken. So the only difference is the later models have the TPS, the wheel itself is the same for all years?

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Thanks Ken. So the only difference is the later models have the TPS, the wheel itself is the same for all years?
That I don't know as there maybe differences in the valve stem area but they will all work given a valve stem that fits the wheel.

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The difference is from 09 on they have TPMS and no longer have the tab for the valve stem holder, and 2012 on they are clear coated where the earlier ones were bare metal. If you use a metal valve stem you don't need the holder.
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[QUOTE=. If you use a metal valve stem you don't need the holder.[/QUOTE]
The first time you change the tires on your wing you should change to the metal valve stems.
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