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I just purchased a 1980 Gold Wing Standard without an owners manual. If anyone knows where I can locate one I'd sure appriciate it. In the mean time if anyone could explain how to adjust the air suspension, that would also be a big help. Thank you for any help you can throw my way!
 

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Don't have a manual for you, but to adjust the air suspension you just pump 0-14psi in the front forks and 0-43 in the rear.
 

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Morning,

You can go to the Honda Web Site and Link from there to this Helminc Site to get a factory Manual for $20.00. The Same manual that came with your Bike originally.

In Fact My local Honda Dealer ordered it for me and it only cost me the $20.00 Price. No Shipping, I was shocked that it was cheaper than I would have paid if I sent for it myself.

Here is a Link I looked up for you.

http://www.helminc.com/helm/Result....dule=&mscsid=VXG0P7LLMGWN9MDJL6T7QF2BDFVNE4JF

You can shorten the link up to:

www.helminc.com

and click in from there.

Good Luck to you.

Mohawk
 

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Maximum front air pressure is 21 PSIG, minimum at 14 PSIG, should use a hand pump, but if you are using a regulated compressor turn down the output pressure to about 25 PSIG, line losses will get it down further to a max of 21PSIG. Rear ranges from 28PSIG to 42 PSIG.

All reading are from the original booklet that came with the 1980 bike.
 

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I run 19 psi in the front and 36 in the rear, and it rides and handles great at those pressures.:D

Gene:waving::11red::11red::11red::cooler:
 
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