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Arnie

Ardrossan, Alberta, CA,

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I ride long, hard and too fast to own a Harley!
 

Member Since:

08.19.2007


Bike 1:

Black 1979 Honda CB750K

Bike 2:

Black 1983 Honda GL1100

Bike 3:

Dark Metalic Red 2007 Honda GL1800


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Chrome Timing Cover for GL1800 Goldwing
ITEM CODE: KU3909,   SKU: KU3909

03.09.2011

5 Stars

Following all the other 5 Star reviewers...WOW...a nice finish to the chrome lower cowl.
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Short 4.5 or 6 inch Arms for Ergo Pegs
ITEM CODE: PG03443

03.09.2011

5 Stars

Good quality, easy install but still find the short arms too long placed in any position for my leg length (36" inseam). I like to stretch out on a long ride. Went from the 6" to the 4.5" on my highway boards. Will be ordering the mini arms. Wish I would have seen these before ordering the 4.5"ers. It all comes down to personal style of riding.
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Upper Fairing Side Wind Deflectors
ITEM CODE: PG00202

03.09.2011

4 Stars

Install was easy and they look good. I too have that gap below my mirrors. Snow still on the ground here so have not been able to try them out but curios to those that have used them...do they raise with the wind to close the gap below the mirrors??
My trim fit back on without having to notch them. I did find that if the deflector mounts do not sit perpendicular to the fairing the trim will not fit properly.
I went with the smoke colour deflectors on my Dark Metallic Red Wing.
4 stars due to the gap.
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Extra Long Chrome Front Fender Extension GL1800
ITEM CODE: BB52749,   SKU: BB52749

09.02.2010

3 Stars

These do fit and look great on the bike but don't hit a pot hole or any gravel. The clearance between the guard and tire is minimal and will bottom out when hitting a bump. Learned this the hard way with a cracked fender. Too bad because I do like the looks of this extension.
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Motorcycle Tire Ceramic Balancing Beads
ITEM CODE: PG27738

09.02.2010

5 Stars

I'm not sold on this concept yet. Higher speeds they seem to work well but low speeds my bars wobble more than usual. It maybe due to soap/lubricant inside the tire from the tire install holding up the beads...not sure.
No issue getting the beads in. Cut a very small piece off the applicator tip and don't allow the tube to fill. If it does, stop pouring, keep tapping the tube until the beads empty into the tire then start again. I laid my bike on it's side to do this task. Remember to place carpet or some kind of protection under the shiny parts.
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6-Foot Audio Extension
ITEM CODE: PG03613

09.02.2010

5 Stars

Same review as Tom. Have used another type of extension in the past but could not fine one with a right angle plug. Well worth the investment
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Chrome Passenger Floorboard Side Covers
ITEM CODE: KU7506,   SKU: KU7506

09.02.2010

5 Stars

Fit and look great. Easy install, do not need to remove or loosen the floorboard. A must have to complete to chrome look.
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Performance XT Fairing Speakers Upgrade
ITEM CODE: JMFSPU-GL06-XT,   SKU: JMFSPU-GL06-XT

09.02.2010

5 Stars

All I can say is WOW, what a difference in sound. I have an '07 and they fit perfectly. Don't have to increase volume as much on the highway to enjoy the music. The low and midrange sound is much better. I did soundproof the speaker cabinet to get more drive upfront, kinda took away that empty space sound. Found that soundproofing the OEM rear speaker cabinets also gave alot better sound.
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Chrome Mirror Accents for GL1800
ITEM CODE: BB52628,   SKU: BB52628

09.02.2010

5 Stars

Just as described. Good chrome, fits and sticks well.
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Comfort Grip Covers
ITEM CODE: TR179222,   SKU: TR179222

09.02.2010

5 Stars

Very Nice. Put a dab of dishwash soap on my finger and rubbed it on the stock grip. Took a little work to get the foamies in place but love them. Had the Kuryakyn grips but found them too large. These are perfect and allows the heated grips to work fine. Was worried about wet weather riding with the foam grips but they did not hinder the ride.
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Rubber Baby Buggy Bumpers for GL1800
ITEM CODE: PRRBBB,   SKU: PRRBBB

03.27.2010

5 Stars

Just installed these and wish I would have when the bike was new. The trunk lid fits much better and using the pull technique as mentioned in the instructions I have no issue closing the trunk. The template is bang on and install was easy. I cut the template along all the lines not just the dotted one, ironed it flat. As mentioned earlier use a smaller bit first for a pilot hole (there is no room for error). When pulling the bumper tip through twist back and forth on the bumper body and it will pop in place, remember to use a compatible lubricant, dish soap works great. I'm hoping mine won't lean/deform by using the pull technique but time will only tell.
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Universal CB System w/Intercom
ITEM CODE: PG02148

03.18.2010

5 Stars

Update from my 9/14/2007 reveiw:
This unit is still going strong. I purchased this unit for my '83 GL1100 and have since mounted it on a friends Victory Classic for one of our trips as I now have a GL1800 w/cb and he was wanting to buy it from me after. I have now mounted it on my son's '83 GL1100 and he loves it. I made a universal mount for it and also a universal mount for the antenna. As far as matching the antenna to the CB, SWR meters are cheap on Ebay and very easy to use. I know this isn't the correct forum for this but here's how right from J&M:
Tuning the antennae for the JMCB 2003 with an SWR Meter
Connect your SWR meter in-line as normal ,,,,, and make sure that the antenna is properly grounded to the frame of the motorcycle and that there are no shorts between the center conductor of the coax and the shielded portion ,,,,, ((these shorts can be caused by, among other things, the insulator pieces on the antenna mount itself being shifted to the side or installed improperly or in the wrong order )))) ,,,,
When you are certain that all of those things are correct ,,,,,, you can then proceed to SWR adjustment ,,,,,
To adjust the antenna, pull the top cap off, make a very small slice in the side of the black cover material, right at the very top,,,,, then reach down in there with a needle nosed pliers and pull out about 2” of the wire at a time ,,,,
Clip it off and bend the end over the top of the antenna and replace the little cover each time you re-check the SWR readings ,,,,
The idea is to get channels one and forty to have the same SWR reading, somewhere between 1:1 and 2.5:1 ,,,,,, that way all of the other channels will have an SWR reading at or below that level ,,,,,,
If the SWR reading on channel one is lower than the reading on channel forty, you need to cut off more wire ,,,, if the SWR reading on channel 40 is lower than channel one, you have cut off too much wire ,,,, simple as that ,,,,,
When you get the SWR’s where you want them ,,,,, squirt a little black silicone into the top cap, before you push it back on for the final time ,,,,
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