IF I WERE A SADDLEBAG ...


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shadow02
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Location: Miami, Florida
Motorcycle: 1988 GL 1500

IF I WERE A SADDLEBAG ...

Post by shadow02 » Sat Oct 03, 2015 5:50 pm



Greetings once again fellow WingNUtz, shadow02 here with questions once again about the 1988 GL 1500. If I were a saddlebag, how would I be removed from the bike? I'm a visual kind of owner so pictures are worth a thousand words. I have read the shop manual but found it a little more complicated then it probably truly is. Remember, new winger here so have patients with me. Thanks.
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mrtwowheel
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Location: Camden, Michigan
Motorcycle: 1986 GL1200I

Re: IF I WERE A SADDLEBAG ...

Post by mrtwowheel » Sat Oct 03, 2015 6:09 pm

I've only done the 1200 using a Factory Service Manual and a Clymer's. Just go step by step following your manual. Assembly is always easier.

Scott

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spiralout
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Motorcycle: 1975 GL1000 (gone)
1980 GL1100I (with '77 1000 engine)
1996 GL1500 SE

If I were one to look in the how-to's...

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