!980 GL1100.Clarion Radio RH-924V / 0003092


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!980 GL1100.Clarion Radio RH-924V / 0003092

Postby k2bertie » Mon Sep 03, 2012 3:12 am



Hi,
I have just purchased the above including speakers , and amp, now I have to fit it to my 1980 GL1100 Fairline fairing and in the manual I have got from this great site, it shows templates to mount the speakers, which I will not have, I know it can be done, but it would be easier with the templates has anyone got tips on how to fit or measurements that will help me.
PS. I have now done 500 plus miles on my restored GL, Great and looking for many more.



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Re: !980 GL1100.Clarion Radio RH-924V / 0003092

Postby WingAdmin » Mon Sep 03, 2012 9:21 pm

I know someone on this site started making up some speaker hole templates, but I don't remember who it was, or if they ever finished up the project.

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Re: !980 GL1100.Clarion Radio RH-924V / 0003092

Postby RoadRogue » Mon Sep 03, 2012 9:59 pm

I have the templates here that I made from my old damaged fairing, they are yours for the asking. PM me your mailing address and I will get them out to you ASAP 8-)
Ride safe, Todd
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Re: !980 GL1100.Clarion Radio RH-924V / 0003092

Postby k2bertie » Tue Sep 04, 2012 1:51 am

Hi,
Thats great, I am at: 31, Thorncliffe Gardens, Glasgow, UK, G41 2DE, but if you could scan A4 and email, would be a lot cheaper and quicker, (not that I am in a hurry) engsupltd@msn.com
Cannot thank you enough. But dont worry if you can't and is too expensive to post I am sure I could work it out.

I am amazed at you guys out there, who needs friends when I've got you :P




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