Information and questions on GL1100 Goldwings (1980-1983)
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- Joined: Mon Jan 13, 2014 6:13 am
- Location: Triplet Va
- Motorcycle: 1980 gl 1100 Std. Vetter
If you remove the rocker assembly so the valves are closed, make yourself a adapter that will screw in your sparkplughole that you can hook to a air hose, use a spring compressor that is designed to work from the spring side only (you need a spring compressor), you can change those seals without removing the heads, if all you need do is change seals.....saves a bunch of time and money.
My exercise bike is a goldwing.
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- Location: sweetwater, Tennessee
- Motorcycle: 83 GL1100A aspencade, previously owned, 1981 honda GL500i silverwing interstate, 1974 yamaha xs400, 1974 Honda cb450 twin cam, 1983 honda vt30, 1982 honda 700 shadow, 1972 cb750four, and my first bike, a brand new 1982 honda CM400e. and a new to me 1986 GL1200 aspencade SEi
hey Brad, if your looking for good valve seals, check this out. go onto eBay and type........310842620353 into the searchbox. it will bring up the listing for your valve seals. the stock OEM #'s are........12209-MB9-003
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