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I was looking at my hangar queen GL1100 and my GL1000 and was wondering if the pipes from an 1100 will fit on a 1000. The length from the last exhaust stud to the hanger bolt appears the same. I was wondering if anyone had tried it.
 

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The headers will fit, not sure about the crossover pipe though. But it looks like to me they will.:)



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I'll give them a try in the next few days. I like the look of the 1100 mufflers better so we'll see if they'll fit.
 

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Hey Paul, seems to me that Nomados is running 1100 pipes on his 75.

 

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Looks good!:clapper:
 

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Unfortunately I couldn't fit the 1100A pipes on my '76 'Wing. As GLester suspected the crossover tube didn't clear the rear tire. I considered cutting off the tubes and welding a patch but ended up selling the hangar queen instead with it's pipes on it. I feel better about not having to part out that bike, it only needed a little more work to make a fine Standard. I'll just weld on a couple new inlet tubes on the old 1000 muffler and install it. The rest of the muffler is in very good condition but the inlet tubes are pretty shot.
 
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