Howdy do you know of any Goldwing mechanics in Southern California, San Fernando Valley. Thanks My email is [email protected] I'm BruceI have messaged this gentleman and asked for his details, told him who I am, and he graciously responded with the following info.
IF, you are mechanically challenged, and really need to find a shop where your carbs can be overhauled, I feel this gentleman can help you out.
He has customers down under even, so he must be doing something right.
His Facebook page: Bear's Cycle & Restoration
Barret Bear Steck
Repair and Restoration of bikes
Bear's Cycle & Restoration
N1639 Brunkow rd
Juda, WI 53550
Bear's Cycle & Restoration. 474 likes · 21 talking about this. Full service motorcycle repair and restoration. Specializing in Japanese, vintage, and especially Honda Goldwing. Carburetor...www.facebook.com
1975 - 2000
I do many Goldwing carbs, which allows me to charge less and provide the most consistent results. The prices below include all expected replacement parts and return shipping. Turnaround is generally 1-2 weeks.
- Complete disassembly, no shortcuts
- Ultrasonic cleaning
- Randakk's overhaul parts
- Replacement of felt shaft seals
- Polishing of slides, caps, and bores
- Proper mods for better performance
- Wet tested, bench-synched, and set to factory base settings, securely packaged and shipped
I have spare carbs for hard parts if necessary. Additional services can include soda blasting, external polishing of caps, replacement of rubber CV diaphragms, and new Honda float valves.
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hey john thanks, the 1983 gl 1100 Goldwing is not running, it was but, some guy crashed it and thought he could fix it, don't ask why guys an idiot. he messed with the timing belts, I believe I could replace them but I will have questions.Bruce,
you need to contact Bear, he is the one who does the professional carb repairs.
see my 1st post in this thread. I will email you all the info I have on file.
may have carbs redone too.hey john thanks, the 1983 gl 1100 Goldwing is not running, it was but, some guy crashed it and thought he could fix it, don't ask why guys an idiot. he messed with the timing belts, I believe I could replace them but I will have questions.
Seems it could be straightforward, line up crank, set marks, replace belts I guess. Just want to do it right. I am near Los Angeles no any mechanics out here? I think I asked that Thanks Bruce