Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Edison, New Jersey, USA
I just had the same problem(bike too old),as a new/old wing owner (my first one),I read these posts with worry,I know nothing about them,well I figured since I am on the road right now with my truck,I would call dealers in the NJ area where I live and ask them about servicing my new/old bike,I called 4 dealers in NJ and got the same answer from all of them"sorry,that bike is too old for us to work on",I then started calling around to find a small local shop to see if they would work on it(Thank God for the internet yellow pages),out of 10 shops within a 50 mile radius,4 were out of business,3 did not work on goldwings(too complicated))I finally found a shop who said"old wings..no problem"this guy come reccomended by a rider friend who has used him...
Mother Honda needs to get her head out of her butt and realize that there are a lot of old Goldwing owners who need work done and who might want to buy a new one in the future,and the way we are treated at the dealer now will affect the way we feel when it comes time to plunk down $24,000 for a new one.
WAKE UP HONDA!!!!!!!
1986 GL1200 Aspencade
The world is a dangerous place, not because of those who would do evil, but because of those who look on and do nothing. Albert Einstein
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