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Trunk Relocation Kit for GL1100/1200
ITEM CODE: AO993190,   SKU: AO993190

This was mounted on an 87 GL1200 Aspencade
Total job only took 20 minutes including emptying all the junk in the trunk .
AS with most bent tube assemblies , a bit of hand tweaking was required to line up a few holes-no big deal. I did not even have to unhook the wires ; just remove 4 bolts , roll the trunk onto the seat , install the rack , and bolt the trunk back with original bolts .
best thing is that you'd have to look really hard to even see it .
This moved the trunk/backrest back 2". Just enough to keep my passengers belt buckle out of my back .
From the instructions, the 1100 requires a bit more work: complete removal of the trunk and drilling 4 new holes
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Fairing Wind Deflectors for GL1100/GL1200
ITEM CODE: AO177503,   SKU: AO177503

I bought these air deflectors to combat the intense heat coming off my 87 Aspy in the summer months .
I was a bit skeptical of the strength of mounting with just 2 bolts on the edge of the fairing, but properly installed , these things are awsome !
Lots of huge air directed just where I need it.
The wings themselves rate a solid 5 stars. Keep in mind that my 87 does not have a lot of room to spare on the fairing edge , so these are as big as you could expect to mount there .
My only complaint is with the cheap hardware to mount These require a drilled hole and an expanding anchor , that sadly is a cheap china imitation that will only cause frustration as you try to turn them and strip out the threads as they randomly mush/break off.
I consider myself as quite handy , and am lucky to have an industrial supplier to get the real thing .
It may be out of order to mention other companies ,
so try to find " steel rivet nuts for plasics".
Even these are a bit of a trick to install .
If the moderator allows , I can report back with the name of the supplier /part # and instructions
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