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couple of days would be easy to deal with for turnaround....important for the locks is the dust door and spring, i have all kinds of springs and doors but they must work with the cylinder so they are important. The other critical point is the front of the lock cylinder<under the face cap>it has to have the ability to hold the spring and dust door hinge.......the peg that holds the dust door steady must be sturdy in its holes to allow good opening and spring action to close the thing! Lets try a couple...see what you think.



Should also mention the Goldwings do come in the Hd74 and Hd75 keyways. They are mirror opposites and not interchangeable. Locks can only be keyed to locks that the key goes into.
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Thanks for the info Jeff



Just found this thread now as email notifications are not coming my way...LOL



Appreciate the help..

We own a 2007 Goldwing with 65,000 KM ( 39,000 Mi. ) on it.

The best part about owning a wing is you know what your next bike is going to be. ( We know, we just bought our 3rd Goldwing )
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Good tip Jeff! you info should go to file in the tech area.

Last year I found the door and spring had come apart late at night. Had to take off the foe tank to fill up. Pulled the lock later and used a dental pick to get t pieces out.

Works but this helps me to finish the repair. Thank you!!

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here is a picture of various facecaps used to replace the factory pressed on versions, honda does not make them, but the mazda caps from the old b2200 trucks work great.
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Thanks for the pictures and help Jeff. Much appreciated.

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Jeff it sounds like if the dust door is damaged that can't be replaced, just the cover piece...is that correct?

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yes.. if the dust door is damaged or the cylinder/keyway is damaged too much it is a tough go to fix.....i have many times bent the dust door back into shape in order to get it working well. we have also used dust doors from a mazda b2200 to work on a goldwing lock. They are the same size and the parts work well together. If its a dust door on the compartment locks, it better to use another lock from a parts bike( with a good dust door)...then recode it to the new bikes' key, and then put the new recodedcore into the latch. cheers




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