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Scooter

Geigertown, PA, US, 19523

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Scooter

About:

Married to my co-rider for 45 years. 2 daughters, 2 son-in-laws and 8 grandkids.
Looking forward to the day my wife retires ( I am all ready retired) and ride off into the sunset with no time restrictions or appointments.
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Occupation:

Retired

Favorite Quote:

If it ain't broke, I can't fix it!
 

Member Since:

02.17.2010


Bike 1:

Billet Silver 2005 Honda GL1800

Bike 2:

Lights 600+ LED Blue

Bike 3:

Black 2009 Suzuki Burgman 650


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Chrome Rotor Covers for GL1800
ITEM CODE: KU7450,   SKU: KU7450

12.02.2012

5 Stars

My old rotor covers with ring of fires attached to outer edges were looking really shabby so I upgraded them with these. Then I bought brand new Boogey Lite Blue TNT light strips and mounted them along the inside edges of these new rotor covers. I also ran the TNT lights directly up to one of my LED switch positions mounted on my right fluid resevoir. Now I have a great sleek look with plain chrome rotor covers and can now turn the lights on and off at my discretion. Get lots of great comments.
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Centramatic Stainless Wheel Balancers for GL1800
ITEM CODE: CTMGW100-102,   SKU: CTMGW100-102

12.02.2012

5 Stars

What can I say. Almost 15,000 miles on my last set of Avon Cobras and smooth ride all the way. Love them!!!!
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Chrome LED Master Cylinder Switch
ITEM CODE: KU7803,   SKU: KU7803

04.08.2010

5 Stars

This is the unit I went with to operate the LED lights you see on our bike picture. VERY well made and easy to install. I was a little concerned it may put some glare on the windsheild but it did not. I also installed it on the brake reservoir side and our Garmin Zumo 550 hides it from my view pretty good so I don't always try to look at it and get distracted.
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Rear Fender Chrome Trim for GL1800
ITEM CODE: KU9017,   SKU: KU9017

04.08.2010

5 Stars

Other styles on the market but this Kuryakyn one, with the nice ridge line adds class. Make sure you clean the area good with alchohol and hold pressure on for a full minute. It won't come off.
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Shark Tooth Front Fender Accent
ITEM CODE: KU7320,   SKU: KU7320

04.08.2010

4 Stars

A little pricey but what's a little money when it comes to your 'Wing" Easy to install and covers that unsightly hole in the fender which I always thought made the fender look unfinsihed.
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Triceptor Fender Accent
ITEM CODE: KU7340,   SKU: KU7340

04.08.2010

5 Stars

Great little add on. All I can say is the more chrome on a silver bike the better it looks!!!!!
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Chrome Metal Valve Covers for GL1800
ITEM CODE: KU3901,   SKU: KU3901

04.08.2010

5 Stars

Really makes the Wing shine. A very nice "Bling" item and extremely easy to install.
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Motorcycle Tire Ceramic Balancing Beads
ITEM CODE: PG27738

03.28.2010

4 Stars

Just had new tires installed 400 miles ago. I was talking to my Wing mechanic about a slight vibration I was noticing and he mentioned a lot of riders were using these Dyna Beads with great results. So I ordered the 2) 2oz kit with installation bottle from WingStuff. When it arrived I read the instructions and proceeded to install them. First thing I noticed was that the installation tube needed to be stretched ever so slightly to help with the fitment onto the valve stem. So, I took a round shaft Phillips screwdriver that was a little tight and pushed it into the tube. That relaxed the tube opening just enough to allow the tube to slip easily onto the valve stem. I then started to squeeze the bottle to get the beads to flow. That's when I realized there had to be a faster way. So, I called my co-rider (wife) out to the garage and asked her to continuously tap on the valve stem body from the opposite side of the wheel. Wow! What a difference. The beads just rolled out of the bottle and in about 1-2 minutes tops we were done. Next came the test ride and I must admit the slight vibration was no longer there as long as I kept both hands on the handlebars. I do however still have the "Goldwing Wobble" if I take one hand off the handlebars at about 30-35 mph. That still frustrates me so I'll keep taking the advise I read of always riding with both hands on the handlebars at all times.
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