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Belly Pan for 2018+ Gold Wing
ITEM CODE: WSGW2018BP,   SKU: WSGW2018BP

01.25.2022
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I have an ’18 Tour, manual. I installed the latest version of Wing stuff’s belly pan on 1/25/22. It was a fairly easy install, taking me less than 45 minutes. I watched Cruiseman’s video before starting. He covers the process pretty well. A couple of points have changed since he posted it. The front brackets are pre-bent. However, I still had to make minor adjustments on both sides. The kit now includes two washers and nuts for the rear t-bolt. This allows you to secure the t-bolt, with one washer and nut. You then slide the plate onto the bolt, and secure it with the second washer and nut. I have a few minor concerns: The printed instructions say that you can slide the belly pan above the front plastic cover, and push the plate up about an inch. I could not do that on my manual. To me, there was not enough gap to slide the plate inside. The brackets also hold the plate lower than the plastic cover. I’m concerned about the nuts coming lose while going down the road. You need to remove the plate for oil and filter changes, so you may not want to use Loctite. A nylon-insert lock nut might help on all three nuts. Lock washers may help also. Be aware that the nut, on the left side bracket, is pretty close to the shift linkage on the manual bike. (May not be a problem with the DCT.) You may need to adjust the bracket, to make sure there’s enough clearance. Just my 2cents worth.
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