pics of an 83 wing with false tank removed


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pics of an 83 wing with false tank removed

Postby dnesbitt69 » Fri Jun 07, 2013 12:41 pm



i took goldie (1983 aspencade) apart last fall with the thought of parting her out, found out this spring she could be fixed and become my ride again. problem i un mounted all those do dads under the false tank without taking pics now i am not sure how they all fit into place. anybody smarter than i that has taken pics showing these items that are willing to share i would be so appreciated.
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Re: pics of an 83 wing with false tank removed

Postby veg_eta_ble » Sat Jun 08, 2013 11:07 pm

I have some from my 80 GL1100 if they will help. Don't know how close it is to your aspy.
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Re: pics of an 83 wing with false tank removed

Postby dnesbitt69 » Sun Jun 09, 2013 12:13 am

thanks some of the parts are working i will make it happen
nice mutt, i have one of my own we call him buddy, springers are the best
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Re: pics of an 83 wing with false tank removed

Postby dwight007fchr » Sun Jun 09, 2013 9:16 pm

Heres a couple from my 83 Interstate 1100:







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Re: pics of an 83 wing with false tank removed

Postby dnesbitt69 » Mon Jun 10, 2013 4:41 am

thanks Dwight, with the pics ive received im down to two parts, i have two round cone shaped relays in rubber housings, im ok with the front one however not sure about the rear one possibly mounts to the rectifier? the second one is on the right side a fairly large piece of the compressor system it has a metal attachment arm but i cant find where it bolts to. real close to the radiator cap.
thanks again for all your help

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Re: pics of an 83 wing with false tank removed

Postby dwight007fchr » Mon Jun 10, 2013 8:32 am

dnesbitt69er......Maybe that is a part of the compressor electronics or something.....and since I dont have that on my Interstate, you will have to ask another Winger. Did you download the shop manual for free, and go to that section showing where all the parts go? Thats probably the best place to see first-hand.

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Re: pics of an 83 wing with false tank removed

Postby WingAdmin » Fri Jun 14, 2013 12:33 am

dnesbitt69 wrote:thanks Dwight, with the pics ive received im down to two parts, i have two round cone shaped relays in rubber housings, im ok with the front one however not sure about the rear one possibly mounts to the rectifier? the second one is on the right side a fairly large piece of the compressor system it has a metal attachment arm but i cant find where it bolts to. real close to the radiator cap.
thanks again for all your help


Definitely don't mount the rubber relay holder to the rectifier, it will melt! I seem to remember only one on the left side, perhaps it goes on the right side?

Could you post a picture of your metal part?




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