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Anaheim Hills, CA, US, 92808




State licensed Pyrotechnician. Youth & College Sports Announcer -- College Basketball/Track & field, HS Baseball, Wrestling & Football, (Little League Baseball, Pop Warner football). I am a member of the Gold Angels. A precision Goldwing Motorcycle drill team ( "Gadget" is my Call Sign & Finally... Public Notice Advertiser. AND I LOVE MY BIKE!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Now that I own a Goldwing... I wish my commute was longer!!

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Bike 1:

White/Black Trim 2006 Honda Goldwing 1800

Bike 2:

Brown 1986 Honda Goldwing Aspencade

Bike 3:

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Gen 2 Chrome Fork Brace for GL1800
ITEM CODE: KU7339,   SKU: KU7339

Easy install... also, adds a nice touch on the front of the bike. Performance wise, I like the stiffer feeling on the front end when making slow sharp turn & leans when performing on the Gold Angles Motorcycle Drill team and negotiating traffic while splitting lanes here in California. U MUST if you want a firmer feeling when driving.
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Ergo III Chrome Adjustable Arm Cruise Mount w/ Dually Pegs
ITEM CODE: KU4081,   SKU: KU4081

Had these installed and love them! They give you that extra stretch in the knees we need as we get a little older and on those longer rides. I did have one MAJOR problem with them however.... I stretched my right leg out shortly after getting them installed and the peg "gave way" and dropped several positions. Can be quite. Unnerving !! What happened was that the center bolt that secures the extension arm into the clamp to the crash bar rotated itself loose and caused the arm to "slip". I put Lock Tight on the bolt and re-secured it (tightened) and it is fine now. I suggest using Lock Tight when you first install these. With the constant "on the pegs pushing down and then releasing the pegs" the arms are moving quite a bit. With that simple fix you should really have a great ride. Keep the Allen wrench with you though on the bike if you need to tighten them back up if necessary. I definitely recommend these. You will love them!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Kuryakyn Armrest w/ Drink Holder for GL1800
ITEM CODE: KU8991,   SKU: KU8991

The small piece that flips down to support the bottom of the cup gets loose ALL the time. You tighten it up but after you flip it back up after you had it dow, it doesn't want to stay up. Also, I have seen more comfortable arm rests out there.
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I loved this item until the strap broke off!!!!! Apparantly, the stiching is poorly sewn. Now this thing is a useless pouch in my trunk.
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Fleece Lined Water Repellent Helmet Bag

Made very well. Much better than the draw string bag I was using before. It has a small slit on the battom so that you can use the hemet bracket adapter through the D-ring and secure it to your helmet lock. I bought two of these.
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