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Premium Heavy-Duty 100% Waterproof Cover w/Bag

Ordered the cover for my GL1500 in November 2023. Arrived in less than a week. Very pleased with the quality and fit. Much thicker than my previous cover and seems like it will hold up to the winds we get in this area. I really like the reinforced areas at the antenna hinges, which was a pain point on the last cover I had. My only complaint at this point is the bungie that goes under the bike was too short.
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Progressive Heavy Duty Fork Springs for GL1500
ITEM CODE: TR771522,   SKU: TR771522

I replaced the OEM springs with this set during my fork rebuild. The old springs seemed too mushy and bottomed out all the time. 100% improvement and super easy install since I already had the forks off to replace the seals and bushings.
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OEM Factory Fork Seal/Bushing Kit for GL1500

My order was filled very fast and was shipped next day! All parts arrived as advertised. This is a very complete kit for simple service and seal replacement.
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Fuel Petcock Repair Kit
ITEM CODE: BB5601,   SKU: BB5601

This kit is the cat's meow! Ok so I'm old haha. Being that my bike is 26 years old I decided it was time to rebuild the fuel petcock before it caused me a problem. As I see it, if you don't take time for maintenance, your machine will make it for you, usually at the least convenient time. This kit is super simple to install. In my opinion, well worth the price tag, (less than $4) and I made the repair only adding about 10 minutes to a fuel and air filter change.
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