black key switch grommet

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black key switch grommet

Post by grizzlybear1943 » Mon Apr 22, 2013 11:39 pm

Hi to all goldwing riders,
I am looking for the key switch grommet for 1993 honda gl1500. the item is where you insert the key, and around the key there is a black grommet. it looks like one of the flanges broke off. I tried looking on e-bay, however they have chrome accents covers, I might end up buying one, but I would rather have the black one. so anyone have any ideas, let me know.
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Re: black key switch grommet

Post by RoadRogue » Tue Apr 23, 2013 12:10 am

My chrome one also broke the tab on the back side. I used 3M mounting tape to stick it back in place. holding up well so far. 8-)
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Re: black key switch grommet

Post by HALBUDD » Wed Apr 24, 2013 8:00 pm

I had my brown one that came with the bike break one of the little tabs off too,got a chrome one and it did the same thing. I put the old brown one back on but I used a small amount of silicon to glue it back in place. I have seen the black and brown ones on e-bay but not very often.----------------------------------Hal
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Re: black key switch grommet

Post by Fiberthree » Thu Apr 25, 2013 12:40 am

Found it at this site... ... 9#sch21963

But wow! $26 for that little part!!


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