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Tony

Koolewong, AU,

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Tony

About:

Getting a bit long in the tooth, love biking and the 'wing' is the best yet. Like the type of people who ride wings and what they stand for. We have a great club here in Oz.
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Occupation:

I'm in IT..........cough

Favorite Quote:

The reasonable man accepts the way things are while the unreasonable man tries to change the world to suit himself - all progress depends on the unreasonable man
 

Member Since:

07.24.2007


Bike 1:

Candy Apple Red 1995 Honda Goldwing Aspencade

Bike 2:

- No Bike 2 -

Bike 3:

- No Bike 3 -


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Chrome Brake Pedal Cover fits GL1500 & Valkyrie
ITEM CODE: KU4025,   SKU: KU4025

11.09.2007

4 Stars

Very pleased with this product too. You really need to remove the brake lever to fit it due to the very small grub screw in the back. Looks great with the Dually driver foot rests.
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Chrome Driver Footpegs
ITEM CODE: KU7945,   SKU: KU7945

11.09.2007

5 Stars

Great Product could not be faulted and looks really good on the bike. I like the way they can be rotated to allow removal with foot brake lever in place.
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Windshield Cover for Goldwings
ITEM CODE: WSWSCVR,   SKU: WSWSCVR

11.09.2007

5 Stars

My wife thought it was a tee short for her but couldn't find the neck. Looks great.
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ITEM: BB2492

11.09.2007

5 Stars

Great Product, quick and easy to fit
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Smoke Wind Deflector Set for GL1500
ITEM CODE: BB2565,   SKU: BB2565

10.12.2007

5 Stars

I agree with Kevin, look great on the bike - better than the picture but be sure and grind off the ends that would otherwise dig into the plastic.If you are like me you like to preserve the ability to remove accessories and have the bike original. Another worthwhile trick is to replace the rear screw that holds the pocket in before removing the screws which will hold the bracket on as this will keep everything lined up especially on the left hand side if you have a CB radio fitted.
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