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post #1 of (permalink) Old 04-02-2016, 01:52 PM Thread Starter
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Location: Springfield, Missouri, USA
Year: 2001
Make: Honda
Model: GL1800
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2002 Goldwing w/12+ saddlebag conversion

2002 Goldwing. Silver Stream Metallic in color. 1832 cc, 5 speed. Kuryakyn chrome in about every location they make. Full set of Bakers Wings (mirrors, upper and lower side, feet). Kuryakyn highway pegs. Aftermarket heated grips. Luggage rack. Spoiler w/brake light. Upgraded speakers to Boston Acoustics in all four corners. Nice and bright fog/driving lights. Turn signals added in the mirrors. K&N air filter just serviced in September. Upgraded to Progressive front springs in the forks (only 2 years old), when I did the fork service (seals, bushings, wipers, etc.). Brand new rear end (swing arm, caliper, rotor, etc) off of a 2010 that was triked with 1 mile on it, so the rear only has about 18K on it. Kuryakyn turn-down exhaust tips. Custom LED accent lighting all over. The down side: a few scratches here and there (nothing major), the Cruise light stays on (the cruise works as normal, just the light on the dash stays on), one fog light lens has a crack in it (can be replaced for less than 20). I also have a handful of extras that will go with it I've acquired over the years that will go with it: additional set of rear crash bars, new set of triple trees, some other parts as well.

On top of all the above extras, it's a little different than most 2002s out there. I bought a set of saddlebags/tail lights/panels from a 2012-up and painted/installed them about two years ago. I like having the extra room over the '10-down bags, plus the tail light is higher up and WAY brighter than the older ones. I have the original bags if someone wanted to go back to OEM, it would only take a couple hours. They will be included with the bike purchase. Always garaged/battery tendered over the winter. About 2k miles on existing tires. It currently has a Michelin Alpin car tire on the rear, but I can swap it for a regular Dunlop MC tire if needed (your choice). 189,xxx miles. I am the 2nd owner on this great bike. Get on it and ride to Florida where its warm KBB says $9,830.00 retail (a little far-fetched in my book). Price dropped to 5600.00. Price is slightly negotiable. Feel free to email or call with any other questions. Please no calls/texts after 8pm. 417 - seven seven three - 2258. Thanks for looking. Blessings. .
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13 GL1800
past bikes:
01 GL1800
96 Electra Glide Ultra Classic
02 GL1800
91I GL1500
84I GL1200
06 V-Star 1100 Silverado
05 V-Star 650 Classic
03 Suzuki GZ250

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