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If anyone needs the 30A fuse link (pt. no. 98200-53000) for a GL1200 I just got some in from:
 

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It'sa lot cheaper toreplace theHonda fuse block withan automotive in-line, 30A fuse holder. They sell them for just a few bucks at all the auto parts stores (here in the states). The fuses are inexpensive (<$1) and available everywhere.
 

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True, but the holder is in very good condition, and I'm trying to keep the bike and its wiring as original as possible.
 

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Hi, "can't bother to come up with a name"...AKA******
Run down to your local Honda dealer. They have the fuses.
 

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I'm sorry to dis a new member ********** but that is the most ridiculous forum name yet :shakehead:, even the ones you can't say. You come on here with that and expect someone to hand you a part. What is your address? Something like
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Anyone who does something like that is just messing with the forum.

I banned that user. The post is now gone.
 
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