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Does any one know where to find directions or instructions torelocate the trunk on a 1999 gl1500SE
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I did the relocation, and it was a tad scarey with all those wires and stuff, but just take your time, and don't pinch or break any wires. I never relocated my helmet holders, I don't use them, so I didn;t install them. I made them up and stored them in my toolbox. My wife loves the extra room. jimsjinx

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I tried the relocate, but the trunk and bags ended up looking 'wrong' where the trim meets up. Wish there was a better way.

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i did it on my 85 aspy and i got more room now , got the wife back 3 in , what a diff

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I was dealing with a trike, so I could adjust things to keep the lines right. I guess it would make a bigger difference with a bike.(2wheeler). Really was a nice move for us, though. jimsjinx

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