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JerriEric

Windham, ME, US, 04062

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JerriEric

About:

Been riding since 1963. All Honda's. Started on a Honda 50 scooter (rental) graduated to a Honda Super 90 on my 16h birthday then a 1970 Honda 450 a 1973 Honda 750,1976 Honda 1000, 1981 Goldwing 1983 Goldwing (added sidecar for awhile) 1989 Goldwing put on 92,000 miles, 2006 Goldwing (see delivery pic)
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Sr Systems Analyst

Favorite Quote:

You can't take it with you
 

Member Since:

04.19.2009


Bike 1:

Red 1987 Honda Helix

Bike 2:

Titanium 2006 Honda Goldwing

Bike 3:

- No Bike 3 -


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Chrome Lower Front Cowl for GL1800
ITEM CODE: BB52608,   SKU: BB52608

06.09.2014

1 Star

I am on my second one of these. After a year or 2 they tend to pit and lose some shine. Wish someone made a good alternative.
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Quick Release Drink Holder for GL1800, GL1500
ITEM CODE: WSDH1,   SKU: WSDH1

08.31.2012

5 Stars

Great product bought at rally for $15. Also have the Butler for the passenger but she prefers this one.
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Metal Timing Cover w/Center Bolt
ITEM CODE: BB52739,   SKU: BB52739

04.25.2012

5 Stars

I bought this about 4 years ago. Still looks new.
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Chrome Lower Front Cowl for GL1800
ITEM CODE: BB52608,   SKU: BB52608

04.25.2012

2 Stars

Bought one about 4 years ago. Just replaced with another one. Chrome does not last. Starts to lose it's shine and at the bottom mine started to bubble even though I have a fender extension on. But I replaced with the same since it seems no one else makes them. Honda stopped making them also.
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Chrome Lower Front Cowl for GL1800
ITEM CODE: BB52608,   SKU: BB52608

03.27.2012

2 Stars

I bought this about 4 years ago and took it off today to bleed the clutch. This chrome just does not hold up. I noticed a year or so ago that the finish started to become rough to the feel. When I removed it, the finish at the lower front was bubbled. Unfortunately, Honda does not make one any longer and this is about the only option out there.
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Chrome Passenger Floorboard Side Covers for GL1800
ITEM CODE: BB52613,   SKU: BB52613

03.20.2010

4 Stars

They look great but the left side did not fit for some reason. Holes did not line up. But the right side fit perfect. I also found that the left side front lower screw was sheared off. Don't know why it did not fall off. Must have been torqued too much at the factor but did not break off until I tried to remove it. Just clued the head back on. Did not seem like it was needed. When I get time I will try to drill it out.
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Rear Chrome Lower Cowls
ITEM CODE: HO08F81MCA100F,   SKU: HO08F81MCA100F

07.15.2009

5 Stars

The '06 comfort ones cost aroung $500. I sent mine to Vanguard Plating in Conroe Tx and had them done for $225 plus shipping both ways. They are perfect.
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Extra Long Chrome Front Fender Extension GL1800
ITEM CODE: BB52749,   SKU: BB52749

04.19.2009

5 Stars

I only saw one review for this product but really liked the way it looked. Fits right to the fender and follows the contour of the fender. Looks like it came with the bike. I was somewhat intimidated when I first got it. I did not realize I had to drill 3 holes to attach it and it also came with fender braces. Latter must be so it does not get ripped off by rocks etc. hitting it. I followed the instructions for removing the fender, very easy. Instructions could be clearer. I then found out the 2 top screw holes on the fender that the top of the bracket had to be attached to had to be tapped all the way through using a 6mm tap. I did not have one. Took it to the Honda dealer and they did it for me while I waited, no charge. I did all the drilling without help. I found it to be very easy to hold the chrome mud flag on the fender with one hand and drill with the other. I drilled the holes from the inside of the fender using the mudflap holes as a guide. Attaching the brackets and flap after the drilling was a breeze. Took about 15 minutes to get it all back on the bike.
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