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I would like to try replacing the the timing belts myself but need assistance. Help!
 

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If you have the Honda service manual, check pages 7-4 for removal and pages 7-22, 7-23 and 7-24 for installation. Everything you need will be there.

If you need those pages, send me an e-mail and I can send them to you.
 

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This was written by one of our members, Rudy. Its a step-by-step and well done. I'd never done one before, jacked the bike up and a couple hours later it was singing like a champ. Follow it exactly, remembering to spin the motor slowly by hand after you think its all done. It should spin fairly easy, if not, dont force it, go back and check.

http://goldwingtech.info/timingbelts/timingbelts.htm
 

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TLR wrote:
I would like to try replacing the the timing belts myself but need assistance. Help!
Tom, Rudy's site is the one I was telling you about. Good step by step directions.

If you need to use my bike lift let me know.

Don
 

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If you are any way mechanically adept, you will be able to change the belts. The GL1500 is the easiest Goldwing to do the belt change and the big plus is you don't need to remove the radiator to get at them.
 
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