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King Luxury Seat Set

I decided to wait the entire, recommended 100 miles to "break-in" the seat before writing this review; but, from the very first ride following the installation, I could tell an immediate difference in the comfort level and the support the backrest provided that I didn't have before.The additional 1.5" of space in the length of the seat made a world of difference, allowing my legs to better stretch when using the highway pegs.I will never hesitate to recommend this seat to any Wing-rider.
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Premium Heavy-Duty 100% Waterproof Cover w/Bag

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Between the Florida sun, a relentless coastal wind at times, and the salt air; the old cover was pretty beat up, developing a wicked rip in the much thinner fabric. Considering all that and the fact it wasn't very waterprorof to begin with, a new cover was in order.Right from the box, I found the material to be far stiffer which boded well for the wind. The first rain didn't penetrate whatsoever which kept its waterproof promise. The elastic hem is very strong; but, it wraps the Wing almost completely with little compromise to coverage and movement. Definitely recommend!
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ITEM: AO0148328

Ken Verified Buyer
One of the low beam headlights went out on my 2008 GL1800. I ordered two new bulbs to replace both headlight bulbs and kept the old, but yet good one for a spare. I agree with a previous customer in that the YouTube video at is very good.Changing the burned out bulb was very easy with only a little attention to detail required. Things to remember:1. Each low beam headlight bulb can be reached by turning the handlebar left or right to increase the arm room under the dash.2. Use your fingertip to push the wire clip forward and while still pushing, move it down to unlock. Flip it up and to the right to clear the bulb.3. When replacing the bulb, the silver tab or key should be pointed up4. Be sure to use a soft cloth when handling the replacement bulb in order to not put any finger oil on the bulb which can shorten its lifespan.
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