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Performance Series Louvered Stainless Steel 2-piece Belly Pan sets the standard in style and protection for the Honda GL1800 Gold Wing. Polished stainless steel design offers far more impact resistance than aluminum pans and front section easily detaches with aircraft quality dzus fasteners.
Protects fragile exposed engine case and plastic coolant tank underneath from harmful road debris. Vented louvers provide more air flow to your powerful engine, while adding an impressive look underneath your bike.
Offers a much higher level of protection compared to aluminum pans on the market today. Heavy Duty Oversized Aircraft Fasteners securely attach front section, allowing for easy removal when changing your oil.
Note: Stainless Steel Belly Pans have Sharp Edges, PLEASE use protective gloves when installing.
These are shipped with a white protective film to ensure it arrives to you in good condition. Please remove the film before installing. Thank you.
As an amendment to my 6/22/15 review on this product, my reason for purchasing a belly pan was a rock was propelled off the front tire and punctured a hole in the plastic coolant tank, causing loss off all fluid in the plastic tank.
This manufacturer has made the unit with 2-horizontal slots on each of the belly pan sides, to place over the 2-lower rear cowl bolts. This requires complete removal of the 2-cowl nuts in order to get the sides of the belly pan horizontal slot over the cowl bolts. This can only be accomplished after removal of the 2-cowl nuts and pulling out the lower rear cowl off the bolts. Other manufacturers have a vertical slot that enables pushing the sides of the belly pan over the 2-lower cowl bolts and thus the nuts are not completely removed. In my installation effort, after removing the two nuts and pulling the lower cowl off the bolts, I was able to get the front lower cowl bolt hole back on the bolt, but not the rear one. It would not line up no matter how much tugging and pulling I tried. To facilitate a simpler installation I ultimately used a metal grinder to make a vertical slot into the original horizontal slot, as done by other manufacturers, so I could slide the pan sides directly over the 2-bolts. After numerous attempts to get the rear cowl bolt hole back over the rear bolt I finally had to jury rig a ratchet come-along between the front hole and the rear saddle guard, to pull the lower cowl rear ward to match the bolt with the lower cowl mounting hole. To simplify the installation grind a vertical slot into the manufacturers horizontal slot and only loosen the lower cowl nuts. Absolutely do not remove the nuts.
And we can't wait to show you how it's done!
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