need help w/82 aspencade


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posvibeonly
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Motorcycle: 1982 goldwing aspencade

need help w/82 aspencade

Postby posvibeonly » Sat Feb 19, 2011 4:30 pm



Hi all need some help. just bought 82 aspencade and thought i got a good deal. runs good and looks good was told it had rear brake sticking. Well started checking it out and find out no rear caliper just the bracket and a hose zip strip to the frame. been looking for caliper and can not locate does any one have a line on one or if there is an alternative or a suitable substitute. any help would be appreciated



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flash2002
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Re: need help w/82 aspencade

Postby flash2002 » Sat Feb 19, 2011 7:21 pm

Go to Bike Bandit, they show the parts on the oem file. I don't know if they have the parts in stock.

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tmilam
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Re: need help w/82 aspencade

Postby tmilam » Sun Feb 20, 2011 12:49 am

Bike Bandit or www.mrcycles.com

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Re: need help w/82 aspencade

Postby Old Fogey » Sun Feb 20, 2011 10:43 am

This is a one year part only (again! how the heck did Honda ever make any money?).

Try these guys for a used one.

http://www.cyclepsycho.com//

http://whiteysclassicwings.com/

http://www.usedgoldwingparts.com/index.php
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raycw
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Re: need help w/82 aspencade

Postby raycw » Sun Feb 20, 2011 11:40 am

Looking at the parts listing it looks a LOT like a 82 CB900C rear brake. Both have the same MB9 product code in the part numbers. I've got a bunch of them but will need to be rebuilt. PM me for info

imfree
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Re: need help w/82 aspencade

Postby imfree » Wed Feb 23, 2011 10:28 am

Go to ebay put this number in the search window 310297506381 you will find what you need.Joe

posvibeonly
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Re: need help w/82 aspencade

Postby posvibeonly » Mon Mar 21, 2011 2:11 pm

Thank you all for the help found one on eBay and after reading the forums here I bought a rebuild kit for it and the master cylinder. Put it all back together and just as an after thought I thought I should blow out the line before connecting it. Good thing put 120 psi and couldn't get a puff of air out I suspect this was the original problem anyway Honda no longer makes these lines so I found a place out of PA that makes braided steel lines DOT approved to order cost $39 delivered. Now my brakes are done. This bike I found has only 32800 miles I was happy to get it until i found the brake problem at first couldn't find the caliper got me worried. Turned out I wasnt doing a broad enough search. So brakes are done timing belts replaced ( thanks again to this site for the how to and where to buy) new plugs,oil & filter change, new rear tire, and removed all of the after market junk wiring. Can any one think anything else I need to check or change if not soon as this Dang gone rain stops and mud hole that use to be my road dries up I will be happily motoring down the road. Until the rain stops I will be here under my car port revving the engine listening to the radio. Once again thanks all this site and members have been a big help.

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Re: need help w/82 aspencade

Postby imfree » Tue Mar 22, 2011 6:41 am

As long as it is raining and you have nothing to do,Change your fork oil,If you do this make sure the front wheel is off the ground and be very careful when you remove the caps from the forks they are under spring pressure,PROTECT YOUR FACE.Also service your front master cyl,Flush fill and bleed.




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