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Hello Goldwing riders,

I am parting out the body components of a 1998 Goldwing GL1500 Aspencade and some mechanical components as I have a project of making it a cafe racer and will not need them.

Majority of the body components are there except for the right mirror and right saddle bag door. Attached are some (poorly taken) photos. I would take more but the bike is fairly stripped now.

If there are any components you need to complete your bike, send me a message and I will look to see if they're still on the bike and send photos to show the condition.

Thank you all.

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did the door pockets sell?
 

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I have a PM (conversation) in about them already- the one I really want is the Passenger left hand door ( left and right are determined by sitting on the seat
 

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How do you determine the left and right side of the bike? I could use one rear cubby and door.
Left/Right is always determined with the rider setting on the seat.

not with you on the ground looking at the front of it.
Just like with a car or truck, do you call the passenger door the "left side" ?? you might if you live in the UK, but here in the USA.
 

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Left or Right side of a car is Also determined by sitting on a seat...
 

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If the handle in the above photo is still available, I'd be interested. BTW....I believe the handle, as described by Tinman is the one located under the trunk, and used to open both side compartments as well as the trunk itself. Usually they are black plastic, three total in a cluster.
 

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  1. The handle with the foam center is available. Thank you for the clarification. Attached is photos of the handle top open the trunk and doors.
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How do you determine the left and right side of the bike? I could use one rear cubby and door.
The same way you determine your left or right arm.
 
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