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Re: Cross Reference part numbers

Post by WingAdmin » Tue May 28, 2013 12:42 pm



GL1100 replacement aftermarket fuel caps can be had, use a Stant 10810.



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Re: Cross Reference part numbers

Post by carl langendorf » Mon Aug 05, 2013 12:19 pm

in the part for the brake pads, it gives ebc 1036 , fa29, md1071, and 1982 fa69/2, what store were these from? i have tried looking at napa but the computer tells me no part found with those numbers and it says the same thing for autozone

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Re: Cross Reference part numbers

Post by WingAdmin » Tue Aug 13, 2013 9:59 am

carl langendorf wrote:in the part for the brake pads, it gives ebc 1036 , fa29, md1071, and 1982 fa69/2, what store were these from? i have tried looking at napa but the computer tells me no part found with those numbers and it says the same thing for autozone
Car stores don't typically carry motorcycle brakes. Try http://cyclemax.com

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Re: Cross Reference part numbers

Post by Dogsled » Tue Aug 13, 2013 10:15 am

Scott,
Do you have an old fork seal lying around? Should have a number on it that canbe crossed over at my bearing distributers. I got my shifter sealand front wheel bearings ALOT cheaper like that. I don't need the retainer or dust cover. for the set at Cyclemax (or any bike store) a set of 2 is above 40 bucks. Two seals would be less i'm sure.
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Re: Cross Reference part numbers

Post by Dave N » Fri Aug 16, 2013 7:23 pm

I tried some of these cross reference part numbers on Rock Auto and they can also be purchased there.

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Re: Cross Reference part numbers

Post by SociableWinger » Fri Oct 04, 2013 9:59 pm

Can anyone verify the following:
83 GL1100I Steering Head Bearings:
Timkin 30204 and 32005X

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Re: Cross Reference part numbers

Post by Maddogg » Tue Nov 05, 2013 1:01 am

Ok. I have a question on part numbers. I am doing my timing belts this winter and Have bought the belts already. The problem? In this post, the timing belts are listed as Napa # 250275. In the DIY section under GL 1500 timing belt replacement, the part is listed as Napa # 250070. These are 2 different belts. Which one goes to the GL 1500? Did I buy the wrong belts?

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Re: Cross Reference part numbers

Post by WingAdmin » Wed Nov 06, 2013 4:08 pm

Maddogg wrote:Ok. I have a question on part numbers. I am doing my timing belts this winter and Have bought the belts already. The problem? In this post, the timing belts are listed as Napa # 250275. In the DIY section under GL 1500 timing belt replacement, the part is listed as Napa # 250070. These are 2 different belts. Which one goes to the GL 1500? Did I buy the wrong belts?
250070 is for the GL1200. 250275 is for the GL1500.

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Re: Cross Reference part numbers

Post by SociableWinger » Sun Jan 05, 2014 8:58 pm

Did the steering head breakdown this weekend. The bearings are Nachi E32005SJ and E32006J. Can someone cross reference those?

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Post by WingAdmin » Sun Jan 05, 2014 9:02 pm

SociableWinger wrote:Did the steering head breakdown this weekend. The bearings are Nachi E32005SJ and E32006J. Can someone cross reference those?
You can replace them with a set of All-Balls Racing 22-1020 bearings.

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Re: Cross Reference part numbers

Post by WingAdmin » Fri Feb 07, 2014 1:00 pm

JC Whitney sells an EMGO replacement ignition switch. It works for the GL1200, looks like it is perfect fit for the 1100 as well.

http://www.jcwhitney.com/emgo-custom-fi ... 391y1984j1



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Re: Cross Reference part numbers

Post by Slowleadmccey » Mon May 05, 2014 2:44 pm

Wow, You all effectively listed every part I think I'm gonna need for my wing in just this thread. Well done and Thanks! :D
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Re: Cross Reference part numbers

Post by cuyler2 » Tue Jun 17, 2014 9:07 pm

i listen to all of your advice but on my 1989 gl1500 gas filter it has 3/8" in&outs and the napa # i bought today that fit almost perfectly except for outside being a smaller diameter was napa 18-7831 $9.68 tax tag and title. i cut a green soft scubby and filled the void in rubber strap filter hold down. could have gotten one from o'reillys that is glass for $14.99+ tax but i don't want gas-n-glass for safety reasons. i just change the filter more than normal as i don't like roadshow act.

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Re: Cross Reference part numbers

Post by littlebeaver » Wed Mar 18, 2015 12:23 pm

OMG.... I love this post....Best one ever... :D

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Re: Cross Reference part numbers

Post by cuyler2 » Thu Mar 19, 2015 1:02 pm

this is close to my query but not quite. i'm speaking about per se a 1980 gw front left brake cylinder is also part # xxxx-xxx that also fits a 1974 cb450 vt 1100gl1500 cb250 as examples . i know honda changes parts numbers almost every year yet is the exact same part for a multitude of machinery. i take my calipers along to the yard of junk as i find many parts like "hey that 93 hon sabre or 20 vt looks like the same part". i measure everything and besides the part number they are exactly the same. then i refer to e-prey about same said items and i will see "also fits 99subaru" (just joking). i read somewhere 'fore the 'net that some kinda junk bible had or was in the process of becoming available. does anyone know.

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Re: Cross Reference part numbers

Post by kevin weston » Thu Jun 18, 2015 1:44 pm

The new number for the gl1500 rad cap is 703-1712.

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Re: Cross Reference part numbers

Post by FM-USA » Tue Aug 18, 2015 11:50 am

GL1500
3/8'' x 3/8'' fuel WIX 33003
They can be had (Aug 2015) $2.15 to under $3.00 each


The barrel is see-through and oversize but will JUST fit in the shelter without the filter holder. ZIP tie if needed.

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Re: Cross Reference part numbers

Post by FM-USA » Tue Aug 18, 2015 1:06 pm

GL1500
OIL FILTER

Purolator L14612 (Short) and L14610 (Long)
Classic filters 40 Microns the Gold filters 20 Microns. Info from Manufacture.

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Re: Cross Reference part numbers

Post by Rednaxs60 » Thu Dec 17, 2015 10:23 pm

Phoned a Honda dealer in Barrie, ON, Canada to discuss parts. Asked about the more exotic parts that are no longer manufactured for vintage/older bikes and was directed to GoldwingKing.ca. They have specialized in older GW parts for more than 20 years. Have not called them. Thought this would be a good addition to this thread. Cheers

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Re: Cross Reference part numbers

Post by WingAdmin » Sun Feb 07, 2016 9:58 pm

These aftermarket GL1100 starter brushes are confirmed as working great:

http://www.amazon.com/Starter-REPAIR-Ho ... ingdocs-20

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Re: Cross Reference part numbers

Post by FM-USA » Sun Feb 07, 2016 10:14 pm

This one is going to be rather hard to accept...

I found old drill brushes work also. Tho I did need to shorten the leads.
Got mine for $1.98 a pair, so I bought 2 sets.
Changed them and the rear bearing ($5.75) 3 years[?] ago they're still working.

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Re: Cross Reference part numbers

Post by Eckhard » Mon May 23, 2016 10:41 pm

Is all of this info available as a single file??

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Re: Cross Reference part numbers

Post by Payday Gabe » Fri Oct 14, 2016 1:14 pm

Great info in here. But no reference for a turn signal flasher. The bomber still has the original , ,3 pin 1 piece connector. Part # is FR3111 Mitsuba. I'm sure any 3 pin flasher will work, but I would like to keep the one piece connector. Thoughts, suggestions. Thanks, G. :ugeek:

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Re: Cross Reference part numbers

Post by Rednaxs60 » Fri Oct 14, 2016 3:47 pm

Check out this parts list #24 - 38301-KK9-952

http://www.partspitstop.com/oemparts/a/ ... -rectifier

I bought a replacement for my '85 LTD and when it arrived it was a 2 pin turn signal flasher and I needed a 3 pin. Had to order one for an '86 SEi.

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Post by Payday Gabe » Sat Oct 15, 2016 2:42 pm

Good news I think. Replaced the junk/original flasher relay (Mitsuba fr3111) today. Used Napa EL12 relay, , it's a 2 pin 25amp.
Clipped the 3 wires , , black, gray, green.
Quick test w/ the volt meter, black and gray were active. Add 2 spades, +heat shrink tube. Checked on the relay, ,Left, tick tick tick. Great. Right, tick tick tick. Beautiful.
The EL12 is smaller in diameter than the original. I wrapped it with some electrical tape, slipped it in the rubber holder and down the road we go. Out the door for $13.75. Super cool. Fold and zip tie the green wire back to the remaining wires. Took about 10min total time. I'm happy now. PDGabe.



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