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Thank you!

Post by romanfj » Mon Aug 01, 2016 6:36 am

I'm sure you've heard it before, but I just wanted to thank you for keeping this website going. The knowledge base you have provided has allowed me to not only get back on the road on 2 wheels for the first time in several years, but I'll be able to do it with a full touring bike - a style I couldn't have afforded otherwise So far, I have:
Rebuilt rear caliper
Replaced rear brake pads
Replaced rear tire
Rebuilt master cylinder
Repaired my seat
fixed 2 wiring issues
Rebuilt my carbs

Moving on to the front half of the bike.

Thanks again,

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Current 1982 GL1100I/1983 Apencade hybrid (all body pieces are from the '83 A'cade), first Wing
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Former CB400
Former Suzuki Savage

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Re: Thank you!

Post by WingAdmin » Mon Aug 01, 2016 9:31 am

Thanks so much for your kind words, it's great knowing that what I created has grown into something that helps so many people!

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Post by offcenter » Mon Aug 01, 2016 12:13 pm

I want to add my thanks too.
I found a great deal of information here when I was restoring
my '76 Wing.
Now I recently acquired a GL-1500 and I'm finding just
as much help for this bike as I did the first one.
Thanks again!
George in Jersey.
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Re: Thank you!

Post by Bugmerc » Mon Aug 01, 2016 12:45 pm

Romanfj- that's great, you have done a bunch of stuff to that bike!

I second (third?) the helpful nature of this website, luckily I haven't had any huge problems to ask about, but those are the answers that are easy to find anyway. It's the little nagging issues that are sometimes harder to find answers for on the web. Around here the answers are posted faster than you can imagine, because someone here has been there, done it, and fixed it!

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Re: Thank you!

Post by OldZX11Rider » Tue Aug 02, 2016 2:31 pm

I have the factory service manual for my bike, and it is a great help, but the combined knowledge from the individuals on this site is amazing. ;)

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