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I have a 2013 gl1800 and the rear rotor is damaged and beyond being repaired
Was just thinking are all gl1800 rear rotors the same??
Thankyou:cool:
 

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Just a thought, those rear rotors are very expensive. You might try to see if you can find a trike builder and buy a used take off rear differential. Most times, the rear rotor will be still attached and will cost less than just buying a new rotor.
 

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at one time, the entire rear assemblies were being sold for $50
today?
don't know, but find a Trike Builder and they will have a lot of rear end assemblies.

I have a 2010 rear assembly in my '02 gl1800
there is a tiny difference in driveshaft length between the 2010 and later, than for the earlier models.

but for you? all you want is the rear rotor, get the rear end and strip off the parts you need for cheap
 

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I bought the entire final drive, rotor, rear caliper and driveshaft (trike takeoff from a 2012) for my 2012 a year after I bought the bike. Wanted the final drive for a spare just in case. Total with shipping cost me about $200.
To me, it's an investment that will be worth much more than I paid.
 

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Great tips -

I didn't know any better and ordered mine from Partzilla... was about $580 w/ shipping as I recall. Make sure you get the correct part number tho - check the fiche before you buy.
 

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Great tips -

I didn't know any better and ordered mine from Partzilla... was about $580 w/ shipping as I recall. Make sure you get the correct part number tho - check the fiche before you buy.
From 2001 to 2017 Goldwing, the rear rotor is the same part number. 43250-MCA-013.
The F6B shows a different number.
 

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The F6B shows a different number.
And that's what threw me. The 2013 F6b has a different part number for same than the 2014 F6b - which, as I recall, was the same for the 2001-2017 goldwing. It's been a minute.
 

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And that's what threw me. The 2013 F6b has a different part number for same than the 2014 F6b - which, as I recall, was the same for the 2001-2017 goldwing. It's been a minute.
Probably the same rotor. Honda loves to play games with part numbers.
The F6b shows 43250-MJG-671
The Goldwing shows 43250-MCA-013
The Valkyrie shows a third number. 43250-MJR-671
 

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Probably the same rotor. Honda loves to play games with part numbers.
The F6b shows 43250-MJG-671
The Goldwing shows 43250-MCA-013
The Valkyrie shows a third number. 43250-MJR-671
That's a fact. Working on Honda cars for years I found a lot of things that were the same part with different #s & different prices. The middle 3 characters designates what model it's for, the last 3 are different suppliers or updates.
 

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I have a 2013 gl1800 and the rear rotor is damaged and beyond being repaired
Was just thinking are all gl1800 rear rotors the same??
Thankyou:cool:
I recently purchased a rear rotor for my 2004 Goldwing. I believe they said from 2001 to 2017 have the same rear rotor. They are very expensive. I got mine from Canada for $399.00
 
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