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Dealing with Post Polio now and had to go to a trike. Ridden and owned bikes since 1954. Now volunteering at St. Charles Hospital Bend, Oregon. Been married to same darlin for over 35 yrs. now.
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Pearl Yellow 2010 Honda GL1800 CSC Trike

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Adjustable 17"-25" Windshield for GL1800

Broke one of the wellnuts. I did it and asked if they'd send me another one. No dice had to buy the $20 hardware kit. I love the windshield but not their customer service. Poop
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Passenger Armrest Trim for GL1800

Note: I also purchased the plug & Play wiring harness for my 2010 GL with a CSC trike kit. The plug in wires on my trike were buried in the bowels of the trike so I elected to hard wire the lights in. It took me 4 hours to install but they really are nice for turn signals and running lights. They're really bright. The turn signals on the trike are really low just above the lower bumper so I thought these would be up there at eye level for the cage drivers and they are really noticeable. I'm sure it would have been a lot easier had I used the plug and play method but I soldered all connections and shrink wrapped them.
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LED Trunk Spoiler Running Light Converter
ITEM CODE: BB52734,   SKU: BB52734

Purchased this with the fog light reconfiguration kit. Got the fog light kit installed fine (after calling EC) Spent most of the day today attempting to install this Trunk spoiler converter. I have a CSC Cobra trike and all the connecters are above the rear suspension. I completely disassembled the upper trunk and still couldn't find the 3 prong blue connector? I even jacked up the trike and took off both rear wheels and still no find. I finally gave up and put everything back to stock and had a glass of wine. Boy am I old. After about 30 ups and downs I'm bushed. Maybe offer clearer instructions or alternative methods of installing. (other than plug and Play) I hope your luck with this is better than mine with your trikes?
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