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Pathfinder Running Turnsignal Rectangle Driving Light Kit

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Pathfinder Running Turnsignal Rectangle Driving Light Kit
ITEM CODE: AOGL18RFL,   SKU: AOGL18RFL

08.12.2019

5 Stars

Excellent product, installation was ok with Cruisemans Garage Installation video... and must have the jumpers for F6B... look awesome, and fog lights are excellent and running lights and turn signal lights look great 👍
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Black Ride Off Center Stand for GL1800

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Black Ride Off Center Stand for GL1800
ITEM CODE: CJ1800BL,   SKU: CJ1800BL

08.24.2013

5 Stars

First I am glad to say I read some reviews about right side 14mm bolt being reverse threads(go figgure?!)I just carefully leaned bike over on left side crash bars-with my son to help go slowly and with sneakers under bars to prevent scratching,then used 1/2" breaker bar/14mm socket, to break bolt free(was not breaking loose with 14mm combination box wrench/mallet) Spray penetrating oil liberally the day before. Then I put back on center stand and used 8mm allen wrench and big rubber mallet to break left bolt free. Now for the time saver tips, fill all spring gaps with washers or quarters(like reviews said),use masking tape around spacers and spring. Then I used a 5/16" american gear wrench with a 3/4" long peice of cut off 8mm allen wrench.I then used a 9/16" american gearwrench on the right side also(14mm will do if u have metric,of course). This is the big time saver backing out both bolts- ONLY half way, with alot of fine threads (while still on center stand).Then take off center stand, put back on kick stand, then eaisly back out bolts and take center stand off,spring will unhook itself-NOTE spring placement. Keep right side spacer,bushing,bolt,washer togeather,same for left side parts(different). Use some grease on all spacers/bushings before reassembling. Use blue locktite on bolt threads,(note flat spot on washers go up-flush to engine casting)tighten up bolts with gearwrenches to just slightly snug.Then use big 8mm allen wrench and 14mm combo wrench and wack with rubber mallet to tighten securely. Attach spring to top stud,then just use needlenose pliers to attach spring(NOTE original placement of spring when removing-long end up/and not turned 180deg)to new center stand (this is with stand still in upper position,washers still taped to spring).Then put bike on centerstand ,(MUCH EAISER NOW)and untape washers and pull washers out with needlenose pliers. The new stand is a bit less stable than original, and seems to touch on the foot pedal extension as well as right side of stand. But overall I appreciate the ease of getting center stand up manually. I did try to use reverse in my garage, but stand only slid back due to smooth concrete floor,and it was a bit uneasy to hold bike up centered,use left foot to push new stand to floor and engage reverse. I just need to try on a rougher outside surface later. But dont really care because of the ease of using manually. The new stand is about 1 1/2" shorter than original stand, but it was always a bear to get original centerstand up.(I have a injured right ankle due to twisting it badly).I will have to use 3/4" wood/rubber spacer, under new stand to get rear wheel to be off floor for cleaning as needed. Thanks for taking the time to read this review, and it will only take 1 hr tops, if you use these directions. Enjoy your new center stand. And yes,(as reviews said) the extension is slightly different placement in muffler shield, but no big deal,and rubber foot pad hits shield on inner corner also no big deal. Dave
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