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:waving:hi picking up the wing sunday unfortunately to get bike into shed mirrors will have to be removed,any tips much appreciated;)
 

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A rubber boot is between the mirror and the fairing. At the fairing side work the boot out to get to screws, threeI think,that hold the mirror on. I never do it but the best I remember the mirrors on my 1989 fold in so might give you room without removing.
:cheeky1:Just cut a little slot in the door sides to clear the mirrors.:dude:
 

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It is a bit of a job if you have to do it everytime you put the bike in the shed ..:shock::shock:
 

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Wichita Scorpion wrote:
:cheeky1:Just cut a little slot in the door sides to clear the mirrors.:dude:
;)I wish it was that easy but bikes 44" between mirrors,to get bike down side of house got 43" max so mirrors have to come off.Gets worse me knackered body wont handle standard bike,so getting trike conversion.Need a garage then for insurance purposes as cannot get access to shed:gunhead:
 

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Fold your mirrors in to gain that much.
 

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:)hi bob when i went to view bike last week,mirrors did nt seem to fold in, there again it was nt my bike then.When i get it home sunday i can have a proper look;)
 

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a little stiff, but they will fold in to gain enough............good luck





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You might really have to "lean" on the mirror to get them to fold in, but the will!
 

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They are sprung so they won't stay folded. You'll need an extra set of hands to hold them in while you move the bike.
 

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;)Thanks for the reply,s i will sleep easy tonight knowing i wont have a big job at this end tomorrow.Dreaming of tomorrow:action:
 

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:clapper:Big thankyou guys arrived back with bike yesterday,mirrors folded in just like you said, and bike went straight down side of house into shed.:action::waving:
 

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Hi Al. That's one good looking wing you've got there :banana:.



Welcome to the best Goldwing forum on the planet.
 

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Hi Al, nice bike, bet you dont feel old now, more like big kid, ;)
 
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