Rust Free Easy Mount Seat Bolt Set For GL1800

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Rust Free Easy Mount Seat Bolt Set For GL1800
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$14.99
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$19.95
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WSGWSB4
14.99

Newly Updated Easy Mount Bolts are Rust Free Zinc Plated Steel and designed to fit the Honda GL1800 Gold Wing motorcycle. Tired of struggling when you try to bolt your GL1800 Gold Wing seat back onto your bike. Sold in a set of 4, Easy Mount Seat Bolts for GL1800 feature specially machined pointed end bolts that are slightly longer, and make lining up and bolting your seat back onto your Gold Wing easy!

This has been a common complaint from many Gold Wing riders after they remove their seat, then struggle to line up the bolt holes with stock bolts. If you ever remove your seat for any reason, these are a must have item to make it a simple and easy task. (sold as 4-pack)

 

40 Member Reviews

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10/21/2014
Oggie381
Brisbane, AU
50_stars
stress free

How hard is it to get the OEM bolts to line up. These take away the pain. They simply work. They self line up with the holes and I no longer dread removing the seat. Simple yet effective. If you don't have them, I suggest you do

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9/9/2014
Rusty Lugnut
50_stars
Why didn't Honda think of this?

Unbelievable how much easier to remount the seat with these. It would have cost Honda a few pennies to make this improvement, but I guess they never had to install a seat on a GL1800.

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9/9/2014
Rusty Lugnut
50_stars
Why didn't Honda think of this?

Unbelievable how much easier to remount the seat with these. It would have cost Honda a few pennies to make this improvement, but I guess they never had to install a seat on a GL1800.

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4/11/2014
RoughRider1
10_stars
not good enough

altho, I do think the bolts would help a little. I personally would not waist my money on these bolts. I could do the same thing with my bench grinder and then wire brushing to remove any burs. If only they would have went a little further. Caterpillar makes a bolt for some of their engine covers. The bolts have a longer taper which is slightly domed instead of flat. The threads from the shank of the bolt are carried right down to the point.
Almost impossible to cross thread. -and after over 30 years working on Cats I never once cross threaded one. Just shove the bolt in the hole even if it is not correctly aligned and buzz it up with an impact gun. So simple, no fiddling, no fuss and QUICK.
To bad that bolt won't fit our application.
When I remove and replace my seat I first remove the two screws with washers from inside the trunk that hold the passenger backrest in place. I Lift the back rest up a little and slide a thin slat under it resting on the speakers getting it out of the way. You don't have to unhook the heat wires that way, if you have. It only takes a couple of extra minutes and makes it so much easier for me not trying to work around the backrest. try it--

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2/24/2014
Paul V
Warner Robins, GA
50_stars
I got the point

The points worked as advertised and aligned everything nicely! Good buy and these will be Christmas presents for my GWRRA Chapter members!

8 out of 8 people found this helpful
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