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Where could one find air fittings for shocks (1200 86 Aspy) so they could be filled

manually?



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on the progressives for the Gl1500, the air lines are Monroe air shock items. Might be the same for the GL1200
 

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thanks I'll check out Monroe



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If you have a on board air system there is no fittings that you can fill, man. you have to use the air system. I have a 86 Aspencade and went through the same ordeal, I had to take my system apart and get it working. Good luck getting it to work. MCFF :):):)
 

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Thats encouraging:cheeky1:. The pump works out of the bike but not installed.

I'm running out of patience and money. I don't even know what to fix.



What did u have to do to get yours working?
 

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Hi,
I am certainly not an expert on this system but as I recall the bike has to be in the accesory key position or some such for the pump to work. If it works out of the bike then the pump must be good. If you run 12 volts directly to it does it run in the bike. Possibly a bad ground? Just guessing and bumping you up.
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I haven't put it back in yet. Have you seen the mess that goes with it?

Maybe it'll fix itself:D like the clutch bleeding on its own by turning the handle bars

all the way to the right
 
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