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Does anyone know of a Goldwing Salvage yard in the midwest?

I have a 97 GL1500 white in color that I have lost the both front finder trim pieces. Not sure of the proper name for them, There is one on each side of the fender that cover up the brake lines. They are about 4" X 8" and are held in place by a stud and a rubber gromlet. At least they are subpost to stay. Lost one on the way down to Ark and the other side on the way home. The parts look up call one a "Fender B NH326P" for the Right side and the Left side is a "CVR L NH326P"



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try Greens cycle in Caney Kentucky. When I had a 1500, I got a lot of items from him.

Not sure of the contact information, his name is Orville Green. He is about an hour and a half from me, I never tried to contact him, I just rode down to look around. He doesnt have a whole lot in the Wing department, as he specializes in sport bike rebuilds, but he does have some wings.

I am also sending you a PM with another name to try and contact.......
 

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they are called fender covers. i'm looking for a wineberry 1 for 89 model



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Flyone wrote:
Randy, try this one in Ottawa.

http://www.ozpowersports.com/
I called that guy and he wanted 100.00 a piece for used ones that I would have to paint to match and new ones on line were only 96.00. Guess I will buy new ones and find a better way to hold them on.

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Hidepounder wrote:
Flyone wrote:
Randy, try this one in Ottawa.

http://www.ozpowersports.com/
I called that guy and he wanted 100.00 a piece for used ones that I would have to paint to match and new ones on line were only 96.00. Guess I will buy new ones and find a better way to hold them on.

Randy
Sorry Randy..........I did not know that. That was the only Goldwing salvage yard I knew of that was close to you and I. :(
 

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Considering that few ever come off about all you'll have to do is replace the grommets. You could stick a piece of double sided tape under them too if you're a belt and suspenders kinda guy. I do the tape with the two little screw head covers on the back end of the lower fairings under the air vents on my 1500.
 

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If there is a mis alignment problem and they pop off. Install and use a 1" X 2" piece of sail tape on the top. Total transparent and if will not come loose. Sail tape is avalible at RV dealerships(used for awning repairs) or at a boat dealership. If you remove it. Soak left over glue with WD 40 for a couple of minutes and it will come off.
Also works great if you have a broken tab on a side cover.
 

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Oh My God!!! I have tried and tried to deal with that guy at OZ Cycle in Ottawa, Kansas. Just can't do it. He ALWAYS wants NEW price. I tried to get some ATV parts from him and he wanted NEW price for USED plastic that I had to go out in the junk yard and take off myself, and it was faded. He would argue with me on the price. I checked the price on the new stuff before I went there. I called my dealer right there in front of him (on speaker phone) so he could hear me order the NEW stuff CHEAPER!! He just growled and walked off. Ha Ha I won!!
 

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these guys that keep replaceing lost parts , i would suggest that you have a look at rudy`s stuff. he has a keeper kits that work real good. not a bad price either.
 

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Flyone wrote:
Hidepounder wrote:
Flyone wrote:
Randy, try this one in Ottawa.

http://www.ozpowersports.com/
I called that guy and he wanted 100.00 a piece for used ones that I would have to paint to match and new ones on line were only 96.00. Guess I will buy new ones and find a better way to hold them on.

Randy
Sorry Randy..........I did not know that. That was the only Goldwing salvage yard I knew of that was close to you and I. :(
Try getting ahold of RUDY on this site Has manufactures keeper kits for just that:readit:
 
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