Question about Honda GL 1200 Aspencade Gold Wing Motorcycles
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You can pick up a complete owners/service manual as well as the parts manual on cd. I got mine for my GL1100, then when I upgraded to my GL1200, I picked up another set from the same person.
Contact Wanda G at firstname.lastname@example.org. I believe she still sells the cd's for around $7.00 including the shipping anywhere in the US.
When I got mine, she included both the owners/service manual and the parts manual. Pretty big to download, at around 200mb.
Manuals are good enough, I just rebuilt my engine, and all 4 carbs and I'm no mechanic.
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
SOURCE: Removing engine on Goldwing
Your local Honda dealer might have a friendly mechanic to give you advice, either way you will need a hoist and a couple of small trolly jacks to shift the weight from mounting to mounting to avoid straining plates and fixings. Good Luck! PS There are several sites that offer free downloads of workshop manuals, trawl through these first, - The Yeti
Posted on May 13, 2009
Hello thor67...your wing should hold 300cc's per side.
Tip: suggest useing 15wt fork oil instead of the ATF that mother Honda recommends.
Hope this helps...ride safe...ride smart.
Posted on May 14, 2009
no esay way to do this,i have an 86 interstate,both side panniers have to come off(2 bolts in bottom and side of each box)plus number plate and rear fender panels(all linked together)once you get all that stuff off the shocks are esay to get at and only to nuts will get them off,make shure you only do this on the centre stand,i find it easier to jack up the swingarm(with bike on centrestand)to take the weight off the nuts...cheers
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
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