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Isolated Trailer Wire Harness for GL1800 2nd Gen
ITEM CODE: AO451896,   SKU: AO451896


good product, easy to install

I installed this at the same time as the Add-On trailer hitch for my 2012 GL1800. Made sense since I was going to need it anyway, and would already have some of the same panels taken off.

Instructions were good but pictures were a little fuzzy (minor complaint). Wiring only took about an hour to install, with most of that time taken up by removing all the screws and bolts inside the lid of my trunk to get at that wiring harness. I do most of my own wrenching, so I buy the plug-and-play wiring harnesses whenever I can to save me time figuring out which wire goes where. That said, I think this harness was very good, but probably a little pricy.
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Vertical Trailer Hitch for GL1800 2nd Gen
ITEM CODE: AO451806A,   SKU: AO451806A


Install takes some finess, but looks good!

After reading other reviews, and being the type of rider who does most of his own wrenching, I went ahead and bought this hitch for my 2012 GL1800. I also bought the plug and play Add-On wiring harness so I could do the whole job at once.

The install went fairly quickly, and it can be done by 1 person. I had removed a (different brand) hitch from an '06 Goldwing once so I had a decent idea how everything would all mount up. Take your time, use common sense (yes you will have to remove the taillight assembly - 4 acorn nuts in the saddlebags - and yes you will need to remove one small L-bracket from the back of said taillight assembly before putting it back on), don't tighten anything up until you have everything how and where you want it, and have a 2' piece of 2"x2" wood to gently rest against the rear wheel and pursuade the H-bracket holes to line up with the bolt holes on the side supports (mine were about a 1/2 inch off when I dry-fit all the parts on the bike).

Quality looks really good and solid once it's all tightened up. My receiver went in first time without any issues so previously mentioned issues with weld beads on the inside seem to have been addressed. I would buy this hitch again.
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