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Bill

Selah, WA, US, 98942

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Silver Stream 2002 Honda Goldwing

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K&N High Flow Lifetime Air Filter for GL1800, F6B
ITEM CODE: KNHA1801,   SKU: KNHA1801

02.19.2021

4 Stars

I just completed the install in my 2002 GL1800 ABS. Thank goodness for YouTube videos to get through all the panels and wiring. I gave four stars because of the fitment and echo the same issue being long front to back. It made getting seated properly a challenge in such a key area, especially when placing the housing back over the top while the OEM is lock and load. At least I know my Wing much better as a result. Best to be patient and take your time. I can't wait to check the performance but it will have to wait until the spring thaw.
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Bridgestone Tires for GL1800 & F6B
ITEM CODE: PG02700

08.14.2020

1 Star

...then it wasn't. This is why I like to wait before reviewing my on line purchases. In this case it's a shame that the lowest score isn't zero stars. Not sure if it deserves even one. Very discouraging. I got a little over 4000 miles on mine before I found a vertical gash in the rear sidewall. Further inspection found two more on the other side. Up until then I was very satisfied with my new tires. Not only did they perform but they were air tight holding their pressure very well for quite a long time. I do like my corners and sometimes carry a passenger, including long trips. Not sure if this tire can't handle the weight and stress or if it's a defective . Either way I'm done with Bridgestone tires. I'm back to Dunlop's for now but will be checking them too every time on the bike.
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