76 goldwing stuff

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76 goldwing stuff

Post by ajratt01 » Wed Jan 26, 2011 7:16 pm

a few new questions on my 76 wing. i'm getting ready to put in new rear wheel bearings and was curious if there are any tricks i should know!! also does anyone know of any outlets still selling chrome pieces or does anyone have any good stuff they would like to sell. i can't find anything for the old girl. thanks for all your help

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Re: 76 goldwing stuff

Post by HALBUDD » Wed Jan 26, 2011 8:00 pm

If you look at How To Do on this site page 2 how to replace rear wheel bearings should help. As far as chrome and other goods try goldwing stuff, goldwing chrome sites there are alot more but I dont remember all of them Good Luck Hal
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Re: 76 goldwing stuff

Post by dingdong » Thu Jan 27, 2011 9:19 am

You're not going to find much chrome for the 1000 but here are a few pieces. What is out there is pricey. Most is cheap Chinese made and not very good quality. Are you looking for anything in specific?

http://goldwingchrome.com/N_Items.asp?p ... geNumber=2

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Re: 76 goldwing stuff

Post by silver eagle » Thu Feb 03, 2011 2:15 am

If you plan to ride this bike a lot including at night, has been my experience your time and money is better spent on extra lighting. Trust me - You Do want to Be Seen by the cages! I like the LED Pods or light strips and I wire them through a switch that is not to obvious but easy for me to switch on and off. Has saved my skin more than once riding at night ! ! !

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