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Red 2015 Honda GL1800

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Red 1973 Honda CB350

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Performance Black Stainless Vented Belly Pan
ITEM CODE: WS187416BK,   SKU: WS187416BK

Once installed it offers great protection. However, I could not make this fit no matter how hard I tried until I cut one side holes larger. Should be slotted or larger holes.
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Performance Stainless Belly Pan
ITEM CODE: WS187416,   SKU: WS187416

I cut slots in the rear side holes and it made rear panel installation very easy. Without doing that, I am sure it would have went much harder.

The front panel looks absolutely hideous. It nowhere near follows the contours of the bike. Unbelievable they would sell something that fits so poorly.

I will keep this on as it will help protect my bike... but if I see another brand that doesn't look so bad.. I'll likely replace it. Notice they never show a picture from the front!
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Armrest Pad Set Beverage Holder
ITEM CODE: BB52836,   SKU: BB52836

Well made, but poorly thought out. Whoever designed obviously never rode the bike with this attached. If they had, they would have seen the cup holder completely blocks the mirror view. Cup holder should either be attached in front of armrest or lower.
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Chrome Luggage Rack for GL1800 Gold Wing
ITEM CODE: BB52-610,   SKU: BB52-610

A nice big rack that matches the contours well. Works with the Honda brake light spoiler as long as you mount this far forward.

One tip. I can't recall what size the instructions say to drill the holes... but unless you have a laser guided drill... do yourself a huge favor. Go 1/16" larger than what they say and it will go much easier for you. The size they suggest allows for almost no tolerance.
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Universal Power Plugs

Save your money. Go to a car parts store and get one with a large nut on the back. I drilled the hole EXACTLY 1 1/8" and this stupid thing pulls out of the hole each time I remove the charger. Garbage!
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