Engine rear cover


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1fastgl1100
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Engine rear cover

Postby 1fastgl1100 » Tue Jul 01, 2014 8:05 pm



I have engine out and bolts are removed yet the rear cover will not come loose with gentle rapping. I have pulse generator cover and cam removed and all bolts are loose.

any ideas? I dont want to jam a prybar in there a damage the aluminium case or cover.



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tumunga
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1980 GL1100I Interstate (gone)

Re: Engine rear cover

Postby tumunga » Tue Jul 01, 2014 11:09 pm

Can you post a pic of the rear cover?
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1989 GL1500 Goldwing with all the optional goodies (I think)

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Re: Engine rear cover

Postby 1fastgl1100 » Tue Jul 01, 2014 11:33 pm

Got it off, last owner used enough gasket maker to glue the space shuttle together.

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1980 GL1100I Interstate (gone)

Re: Engine rear cover

Postby tumunga » Wed Jul 02, 2014 12:09 am

1fastgl1100 wrote:Got it off, last owner used enough gasket maker to glue the space shuttle together.


HA!! I was gonna say just beat the shiat out of it!


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1989 GL1500 Goldwing with all the optional goodies (I think)


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