I have not found it yet....


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Mag
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I have not found it yet....

Post by Mag » Mon Jul 30, 2012 11:15 pm



Been looking around the site, looking for directions on removing the front fairing. I have not found it yet in the directions, so was hoping someone stumbled across it.

Amazing, here I am replacing the control switches on left/right side, and I found that the windscreen in cracked, I have the dash off the bike (so I might as well paint it since I painted other pieces), and now I have more pieces on the garage floor than I ever expected. Thanks to this site, I know how to rip down parts of hte bike.....hmmm, now I just gotta put it all back together. Think I will also be doing many of the mods that are on this site (the LED lights, etc).

Wonder if hte bike will ever roll again, lol :lol:



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Re: I have not found it yet....

Post by amsoilguy » Tue Jul 31, 2012 8:58 am

I'm sure you'll get it back together again. Please take pictures and keep us updated on your progress.
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Re: I have not found it yet....

Post by robb » Tue Jul 31, 2012 8:31 pm


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1988 1500 Beige Goldwing (current ride)

Re: I have not found it yet....

Post by Mag » Tue Jul 31, 2012 10:44 pm

Nope, does not help. The file is disconnected.

Also, I am past the windshield and side mirrors (go fig those mirrors can move fwd and aft, easy to take off once you are not afraid to push on it some).

And Amsoilguy.....pics are too late on the tear down, I will see what I can do though to piece it together and write backwards. I talked to a friend of mine, told him my bike was scattered across the garage floor, and he told me that every man needs 1) a project, and 2) parts on the floor. I definitely accomplished that, lol.



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