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T-Valve Optional Accessory for TPMS

Before I bought the T-Valve Optional Accessory for FOBO 2 TPMS, I was using ordinary, pedestrian, rubber valve stems. And let me tell you, it was hell. My wife wouldn't come anywhere near me after I checked my tire pressure, women on the street would point and laugh at how stock my Gold Wing was, Harley riders would kick sand in my face, and even the fine print on my Manufacturer's Warranty said that no warranty claim I filed would be honored because they thought I was a loser.After buying the T-Valve Optional Accessory for FOBO 2 TPMS, everything has changed. My wife lets me sleep in the same bed, women on the street gasp in aroused excitement when I roll by, Harley riders call me "Sir", and Honda sent me a new Manufacturer's Unlimited, Unconditional Lifetime Warranty and a formal Letter of Apology.And the best part of all of this? Now I can put air in my tires without taking off the pressure sensor!Now, I can't promise you that your life will change as drastically as mine did, but if you'd like to be able to put air in your tires without taking off the pressure sensor, then this is the trick for you. If any of those other things happen, consider it icing on the cake.
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Motorcycle Tire Ceramic Balancing Beads

I changed to Dyna Beads on my last tire change on my 2016 GL1800. I'm fanatical about keeping my tire pressures at 38 front / 41 rear, and run OEM Bridgestone tires. What I can tell you is that I pulled both tires off at 7300 miles (in preparation for a 10K mile trip), and both tires had ZERO abnormal wear. No cupping, no scalloping, nothing unusual in any way. Just perfectly smooth, even wear. And they felt just as smooth on the road at 7300 miles as they did at zero miles. I'm sold. I don't think I'll ever go back to lead weights.
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Motorcycle Oversize Beaded Seat Cover
ITEM CODE: AO678034B,   SKU: AO678034B

It's decent enough, but it's not perfect. The finish was pretty gloppy on mine (they're just wooden beads painted black, but mine looks like someone poured a bucket of black paint over a pile of wooden beads). The monofilament line used in the construction seems far too thin and some of it is doubled up while other parts aren't, but only time will tell if it holds up. My biggest irritant, though, is that the front bungee hooks are about 2-3" longer than they need to be, which requires me to cut them down in order to make them actually function as retaining hooks.It might be a small point, but when you're selling a seat cover for a GL1800, it would help if it actually *fit* a GL1800 without the user having to modify it. I guess at the price I paid for it, it's hard to complain. That aside, it's unfortunate that we live in a world where a sentence like that is commonplace.
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Rubber Baby Buggy Bumpers for GL1800

The included template with my product was 1/3 the size of the trunk, so I didn't have an easy way to overlay the template on my trunk for drilling. As such, I had to make an educated guess in the front corners for drilling (it's a tight fit between the edge of the trunk lid and the inner trunk seal).Once I installed the bumpers, I did a little careful corner carving of the two front bumpers so that the top slid in perfectly between the trunk lid and the seal, because I didn't want the seal to be deformed in any way. After much trial end error and sanding of the bumpers, I got a perfect fit that doesn't shift the seal at all.The biggest thing I can tell you is that you'll have to slam the living crap out of the trunk to get it to latch fully when you first install them, but after 1800 miles of warm weather riding it does seem like they're slowly taking a set and the lid is getting easier to close.The upside is - NO MORE TRUNK RATTLE!
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Bridgestone Tire COMBO for GL1800 G704/G709

I've used many, many different brands and models of tires on many different motorcycles over the last 12 years. My experience is that if you find a tire that performs well, it's often good advice to stick with it.The Bridgestone 704/709 combo for the GL1800 is a fine tire. They're reasonably stable over grated bridges, tar snakes, and other road irregularities. They're neutral feeling all the way over to grinding the pegs. They wear as well as any of the other offerings in their class as long as you keep the tire pressures constant (don't rely on the TPMS system... buy a good gauge and check them before every trip!)If you find the combo on sale (as I did), you can get them for $100 or more LESS than any of their competitors. That makes them a good tire at a great price!
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