Superbrace Chrome Fork Brace w/Fork Protectors For GL1800

Brisbane, AU
No Issues

Okay so this is my first Goldwing. I cannot comment on earlier models, but I have the 2014 Luxury model. I was advised that they suffer with fork flex, so I had this installed pre delivery. I feel no wobbles. The forks are great and even the bike shop commented on the improved handling. So from my perspective it is all thumbs up.

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Morrison, CO
So far so good

I just installed this brace this morning. I can't comment on longevity, but as far as performance, WOW. I live in the mountains of CO, and ride som curvy and rough roads. I gave it a good workout on both local and open roads, and I am impressed. As a habit, I always use locktite blue on anything I install (rough roads). I have already emailed Goldwing friends to recommend this brace. I am impressed.

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Grove, OK
Why did I wait so long!!

I've owned by bike for 6 yrs now and have close to 44k miles. Most of the mileage is from long day, long mileage rides on backroads and highway. After those long rides, my neck was in constant pain. So at night, ice packs were the norm. While I was up in Madison WI for the Wing Ding this July, I decided it was time to make some improvements on my GW 1800 MotorTrike. So, I decided to have installed the Super Brace and Centramatic. After the show, we had a couple of weeks free, so we drove into Minnesota then back down to Oklahoma. The days riding was long. When we stopped for the night, I noticed my neck was not in pain and I wasn't as fatigued. The ride was smoother, handling improved greatly, especially in riding on curved roads. Riding on rain groove roads is always a pain but this time, the handling was so much smoother. No more shimmy, no more vibration. One of the comments was if the super brace and centramatic was needed, Honda would have them installed. Not so. Bike companies build bikes, consumers improve on them. You have nothing to lose and so much to gain by giving these two products a chance.

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Peachland, CA
Do not install fork braces

After about 40,000 kilometers with fork braces installed, one side slipped a little downwards out of alignment and caused serious damage to my fork seals and bushings, leaked fork oil, caused a mess, and cost $500.00 to fix. If Goldwings needed fork bracing they would have installed them at the factory over the last several decades. Pete from Peachland BC

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Trying to get rid of wobble.

Just got new tires. Shop did bad balance job. Rebalanced. Wobble better. Bought this and wobble almost eliminated. I am pleased. Slight wobble at 38 mph while decelerating. Very acceptable. My arms are no longer the steering shock absorbers.

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SuperBrace for Gl1800 2008 Wobble issue

I bought this brace to see if it would help out with the wobble at slow speed.
First the install was very easy. As seen on this sit as well as on Great site by the way.
Well it fix most of the wobble. The bonus was that when I am making tight turns the bike is more responsive. What I mean by that is the forks don't flex so the turning is more positive. A+ Money well spent. Happy riding.

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Scranton, PA
Not Really Impressed

I installed (actually dealer did) the Super Fork Brace AND Centramatic Wheel Balancers HOPING that it would eliminate or substantially reduce that dreaded front end wobble...I installed these along with NEW Bridgestone tires. For the first, maybe 1500 miles, it was a smooth straight ride...I thought we finally killed the evil monster wobble...NO SUCH LUCK! After about 1500 miles, the WOBBLE WAS BACK! I was soo angry!! We spent a fortune between the brace & wheel balancers(plus install costs $$), and still have the same problem! In my honest opinion, I really don't see any difference, and according to other posts, its a 50-50 chance! I ordered all balls bearings, so we're going to try that, and if that doesn't work, I surrender! Sorry Wingstuff, just my honest opinion!

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meraux, LA
Super brace

I find it did not help the wobble at all still wobbles at low
And high speeds waste of money.

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Nokomis, FL
Great Fit & Finish

Read that this product would help stop low speed wobble and stop cupping of tires, so I thought I would give it a try. Installation was simple and quick. Went to Cruiseman web site and he has posted a YouTube video on the installation on a 2012 Wing. Made the job super easy. After putting on my bike I tested it out. Found the bike seem to handle much better at low speed, doing some emergency maneuvers and tight u-turn/figure eights.
A side bonus is the part looks great, super fit and finish.

12 out of 12 people found this helpful
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Colorado Springs, CO
Definitely "Super"

Really nice. Made quite an obvious improvement in the handling. The steering is sharper and lighter, and the bike is less affected by irregular road surfaces. These are the same things I had noticed when I installed one on an FJR1300.
The instructions are good, but I'd add that the wheel should be kept dead-a-head when you start tightening things up.

Highly recommend.

16 out of 16 people found this helpful
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