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yeah i know, this has been asked before. to replace my headlite bulbs i assume i need to pull the mirrors and the chrome front off. is that right ???
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You don't have to remove the mirrors, just the bezel that goes around them.

pull the rubber boot loose and then pull the bezel free and then you can remove the screw that holds the chrome trim in place.





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thanks, i'll work on it monday when i get the bulbs
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When you are ready, review the pictures here:

http://www.hrot.org/martino/goldwing...ight/index.htm





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incredible picture, thanks.
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Thanks for the pics!
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I replace my headlight on my 84 1200 wing low beam is good but high beam is at tree top need help please


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I replace my headlight on my 84 1200 wing low beam is good but high beam is at tree top need help please

Mine was the same way. It is in the design of the headlight bucket on the 1200. Either the low beam was too low or the high beam was too high, but there wasn't any way to adjust one from the other.




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