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A couple people from the forum have already been very helpful in my goldwing adventures. A guiding hand when I had to pull the motor to replace the stator, add an EC harness, vac sync carbs, front fork seal, etc. This kind of experience can be PRICELESS. Thanks for letting me join.

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Thanks for the welcome.Picked up my first wing in AZ last week.Riding back to TXhad the experience of breaking down in NM on Sunday middle of nowhere. It ran and rode great up until that point.

Am thankful to thosestopping toHELP! through thesand storm,rain and hail, and of course to the friend riding along on across country trip,making several treks for a battery andmore drinking water. Another friend, and Wing owner,making the13 hr round trip with the trailer to get it home.

Appears the alternator is bad so I'll be looking for any insight I might needfor its replacement or other possibilities. Things are packed pretty tight (which ya'll know)

When it's back on the road,and happen tofind someone down on the side, I'll be stopping to help.Thanks Jim

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Hi,

I'm from Quebec. I'm the owner of a GL1100 Interstate 1981 but I'll buy a GL1500 SE 2000 next spring.

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Hi All,
My wife & I are new riders in Charlotte, NC. We ride a '83 Aspencade.
We just love cruisin' down the country roads.
Interested in any South East runs.

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Hello All! I'm Beverly, and I'm brand spankin new here. I'm new to Goldwings too. I just bought an 84 Aspencade 1200 that need a lot of work. Now, I hate to break a nail but looks like I'm going to become a regular grease monkey before it's all over with.

I will, of course, be needing as much help and advise as anyone here can offer, so, please look for my posts, and if anyone lives near me (San Francisco Bay Area) please let me know...I'm willing to cook for and keep a cold one in the hands of anyone who wants to help make my new (New to me) Goldwing run like a champ!

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Welcome to the forum, Beverly. The 1200's are great machines and I'm sure you'll get plenty of help to get it up and going, in no time. Looks like almost 300 members in CA., so I'm sure someone would be more than happy to help. Ride safe!



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Hi Mike! Thanks for replying. 300 in California huh? Guess I better start a line of credit with a Liquor store!
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hey guys my name is shultz i do ride with a group of good guys i own a 1200 goldwing aspencade with a sidecar i have a few questions about a wobble i was told to get a dampner is this what i need to do need some answers i have a low speed wobble in the steering the sidecar is tracking true as we can get it thanks in advance for your advice
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