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Rebuilding a 1983 Goldwing Aspencade GL 1100

Looking for a few Items:

Chrome Fuel pump Cover Mounting Studs. (need 4).

Oil Drain Plug Bolt. (front cover)

Carburetors. Can’t afford a lot here. If you have a set that you will let go of cheap, I can clean and rebuild as I go. Prefer 1982-83.



Pending:
Lower Radiator Air Dam.
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Also might have something you want, If you would consider trading.


Could also use some Information.

I am in the Phoenix area.
I need to find a “GOOD” Mechanic to put my forks together. I have never done a pair. I have all new Bushings and seals, new upper tubes, and Progressive Springs. I don’t have a tool to compress the springs and install the caps.
I have polished the lowers so they would have to be careful not to scratch or ding them.

I am looking for a place to get LED replacement 194 and 1157-1034 bulbs, without having to spend $6.00 to $15.00 each. Not looking for “super bright” stuff, just replacement brightness. If anyone has, or knows of a good source, please let me know. I am worried about my alternator not keeping up with the lights and accessories.


Thanks for the Help and Information.


Already Purchased:
(Front Fork Lite Stack brackets).
(Carburetor set, possibly rebuildable?)
(Saddlebag lids, Covers (2))
 

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You don't need to buy any special tools to assemble the springs. Do some research on the site & you'll find several ways the guys have accomplished the reassembly. The you can use the money you saved paying a mechanic on some more goodies. Besides, there's always the satisfaction in fixing your own bike.
 

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I have a set of 83 Aspencade carbs and nos drag stack lights.
 

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Have 4 Nos 1980 Drag brackets. $35 shipped priority mail.

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i just bought a parts bike yesturday and it has got a air dam among alot of other after market parts
 

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Eddie W

thanks for the Input.

Got the Lowers, with a pair of Queen lights, already.

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Thanks Guys!!!

countryboy843
CWN
Greg1944

Your Help is Very Much Appreciated!!!

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Thank You Scatman200,

I have Original Honda Bags and Etc., but your interest is appreciated.

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The forks are easy to ruild and rebush. I rebuilt my forks on my 83 about a month ago. I installed progressive springs in mine. I used a six point socket with a rag in it to protect the caps. You can hold the tubes in a vise by wrapping a towel around the tubes and clamping the brake mount in the jaws. It will take a little effort to compress the spring and turn the cap. I did it be myself but is easier if you have someone help you.
 
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