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I posted a couple of weeks ago about excessive lash in the drive line of my 84 Aspencade. Several folks answered with good sugustions, and most though it

would be the rubber crush bushings in the final drive. I have checked the diagram at

biker bandet and I cannot find the crush bushing.

Has anyone got the part#?. BTW the info I got from Jason and otheron this forummade the rebuild of my front forks go very smooth this past week end.

Thanks to all!

Wayne
 

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Wayne,

The part number for the driven flange COMPLETE is 42614-MG9-000. You can't buy the rubbers on their own, you have to buy the metalpartthat slots into them as well.
 

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Hey guys, I just looked in my parts book and the Final Driven Flange shows the number: 42614-ML8-670 for the 1986 gl1200A and SEI.

Anyone know which number is for real?
 

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Thanks for the clarification Eamonn. It always surprises me how many parts Honda changed on bikes that look alike. I thought I was on to something this earlier this week. There was a brand new in the crate 1987 GL1200 engine for sale locally. Wow what could be better a whole zero mile engine and tranny for my Green Machine. Unfortunately my bike is the SEI and to put that engine in would just about mean a major stripping down. If I'd had a regular Aspencade it sure would have been neat.

At least the guy who beat me out for it had an '87 with 279,000 miles. He needed it more than I did anyway!



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exavid wrote:
There was a brand new in the crate 1987 GL1200 engine for sale locally.
That must be a rare find. I often wondered how these things come about, FI I have a friend who in 1994 managed to buy a brand new in the crate GL1200 asp (1987 model). It was a red one and I helped him unpack it and fit the front wheel and windshield. An old guy had bought it in from the USA and fell ill before he had a chance to get near the bike. He never did and sold it in 94 to me friend. It was almost a shame to ride it at all and if my friend could afford it he would have kept it in the crate for another 20 years!
I seen a similar situation early this year. A GL1000 on EBay, brand new and still in the wrappings.
 
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