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I need these 2 caps and 1 clip molding for my 93 GL1500. Please contact me if you have these available. Thanks


 

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Cyclemax Ohio has them in Chrome IIRC.
 

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IMO I would just go with new parts instead of trying to locate used (if this is what you're doing) . You can get the fairingcovers in chrome from Cyclemax for $5.00 a pair (part # B2-458) and the molding clip for $4.50 (p# H81247-MN5-000). Or you can order from Honda in the color you want for $8.00 - $9.00 a piece for the covers. Unless you know the color name you'll have to get the code from under the fuel door. If you have a color and want to go new and need a P# let me know and I'll give you the Honda number. It's been my experience that the fairing cover tend to want to fall off after a few removals. This is why I would go with new.
 

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unclet1 wrote:
IMO I would just go with new parts instead of trying to locate used (if this is what you're doing) . You can get the fairingcovers in chrome from Cyclemax for $5.00 a pair (part # B2-458) and the molding clip for $4.50 (p# H81247-MN5-000). Or you can order from Honda in the color you want for $8.00 - $9.00 a piece for the covers. Unless you know the color name you'll have to get the code from under the fuel door. If you have a color and want to go new and need a P# let me know and I'll give you the Honda number. It's been my experience that the fairing cover tend to want to fall off after a few removals. This is why I would go with new.
PERFECT!! I will contact Cyclemax! Thank you for that info! :bow:
 

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You'll also need the special screw (Honda calls it a 'bolt') that goes into the piece…. the one shown in the pic looks to be a 'standard' phillips screw.

The one you need has a projected head that the plastic cover fits onto and holds tight
BOLT (5X16)
90125-MT2-000
 

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Dang...I should have never went to that web site! I found way too many things that I just HAD to have!! :doh:
 

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CBH wrote:
Dang...I should have never went to that web site! I found way too many things that I just HAD to have!! :doh:
Yup..Thats what happens at Cyclemax..Lots of neat stuff...:action:
 

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A dab of silicone on the bolt head before installing the plastic caps will keep them in place and will allow for removal when necessary.
 
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