Performance Stainless Belly Pan for GL1800 w/Oversize Fasteners

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Performance Stainless Belly Pan for GL1800 w/Oversize Fasteners
ON SALE
$79.99
Regular Price:
$89.99
MSRP:
$99.95
Item #:
WS187416
79.99

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.

285 Member Reviews

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7/25/2015
Carnell
Lawton, OK
50_stars
This was not a quick and easy installation!!!

As one guy stated below (putting on was easy) is a total LIE!

1. After removing the 4 nuts I had to completely remove the lower front Cowl.
2. After front cowl removing I had remove the mount bolts that sits behind the front cowl that holds the lower sides in place.
3. After the mount bolts removal I had to pull the lower sides down far enough to clear the bolts that I removed the 4 nuts from just to clear a passage for the belly pan to be installed. Which, BTW, the belly pan has to be forced on the 4 bolts that holds it in place because it does not align directly on to the bolts.
4. After finally getting the belly pan in place you got to be careful putting the lower sides back in place because if you pulled them too far down to clear the 4 bolts you got to make sure the heat shields align back up with the pipes for the lower side to fit correctly.
5. Then you got to go back to install the front cowl. This whole process took over 2 hours for me to complete.

I enjoy working on my 2015 GL1800 Goldwing; it is my pride and joy! I hate reading, (The installation was so easy) about a product I want to install on my bike from folks who clearly do not do their own installation!

BTW, the product is worth the time and effort to install, safe riding to you all!

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7/25/2015
Wing Pilot
50_stars
Easy to install. -

After reading other reviews I purchased the stainless steel belly pan. Very easy to install, I did deburr the edges by running the shaft of a screwdriver on them to be sure of no overly sharp ends. Installs in just a few minutes and the area of coverage is really good. I only have about 80 miles on the bike so I am glad I didn't wait until longer. Much stronger than aluminum of a similar thickness.

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7/25/2015
Carnell
Lawton, OK
50_stars
This was not a quick and easy installation!!!

As one guy stated below “putting on was easy” is a total LIE!

1. After removing the 4 nuts I had to completely remove the lower front Cowl.
2. After front cowl removal I had to remove the mount bolts that sits behind the front cowl that holds the lower sides in place.
3. After the mount bolts removal I had to pull the lower sides down far enough to clear the bolts that I removed the 4 nuts from just to clear a passage for the belly pan to be installed. Which, BTW, the belly pan has to be forced on the 4 bolts that holds it in place because it does not align directly onto the bolts.
4. After finally getting the belly pan in place you got to be careful putting the lower sides back in place because if you pulled them too far down to clear the 4 bolts you got to make sure the heat shields align back up with the pipes for the lower side to fit correctly.
5. Then you got to go back to install the front cowl. This whole process took over 2 hours for me to complete.

I enjoy working on my 2015 GL1800 Goldwing; it is my pride and joy! I hate reading, “The installation was so easy” about a product I want to install on my bike from folks who clearly do not do their own installation!

BTW, the product is worth the time and effort to install…safe riding to you all!

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7/13/2015
Rocky Top
Gray, TN
50_stars
Great Addition!

I have a 2015 GL1800 red/black so the color is perfect for the bike. I am NOT mechanically inclined but putting on was easy (take the screws all the way out and then fit on bottom of the bike). Protects your investment and changing the oil (I do myself) add about two minutes! Well worth it!

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6/29/2015
Bill
50_stars
Need for Belly Pan

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.

3 out of 3 people found this helpful
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