Die Cast Exhaust Tips Chrome for GL1800

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Die Cast Exhaust Tips Chrome for GL1800
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$179.99
MSRP:
$199.95
Item #:
BB52798
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179.99

Big Bike Parts introduces its GL1800 Goldwing exhaust tip extensions with a scalloped style design. These die cast extensions easily replace the OEM exhaust tips with the same 3 bolt pattern. The 4-1/2" diameter extension is capped with a blind mount die cast trim, adding a true custom look to your Goldwing.

3 Member Reviews

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3/9/2014
ADDICTEDchris
Urbandale, IA
10_stars
Don't buy unless you want to have to modify them

Like the previous two posters. You have to modify the holes in order for everything to line up. There is a 1/4" gap between the factory chrome covers and the exhaust tips. Looking at returning these as I don't think you should have to do that for $200+ exhaust tips.

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8/6/2012
Flyingbyyou
40_stars
Smokin hot on 2012

Just love the look, adds details that should be on the wing! Install was simple really, but it took a little work to get aligned the way I like it. If you aren't mechanically inclined the dealer can do this easily...

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8/5/2012
EDDIE
OKC, OK
30_stars
Looks good But...

When I joined the AARP crowd the guys at work gave me a gift card to the local Honda dealer where I bought the Goldwing. Having gotten so many good deals from Wingstuff it was difficult to find something I actually needed or wanted. They had these exhaust tips on display and the Wife and I both liked the look so I got them. They are marked for left and right and checked them 3 times. The left ones holes barely lined up to start the bolts and when installed had a large gap between the muffler chrome and the tip. A LOT of filing later to elongate the already oval shaped holes and the gap was gone. The right one required filing also but to the side so the tips could be positioned to mirror each other in orientation of the scallops. Had to use some oversize washers to make secure. Shot some high temp black paint inside to hide the now bare muffler ends. They look better than stock but QC at manufacturering has some work to do unless mine were a fluke.

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