Information and questions on GL1500 Goldwings (1988-2000)
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Post by faithtalker1 » Thu Aug 25, 2016 6:21 pm

Okay, so when I first bought my 1500 gl it was missing one of the tear drop nut covers on the bottom inside the fairing. I somehow then came across a set of chrome one's bought them and silicone in place. Had the bike serviced at a shop today and the right one is now missing, and I cannot for the life of me remember what they are called. The place where I went said they would order me a set, the bike is maroon or Brandy wine color, but chrome is fine. Can someone tell me what they are called so I can search for them? lol Again the sideways tear drop nut covers on bottom of the fairing just below the heater vents. Thanks in advance, I know someone here will know cause they are notorious for coming up missing lol

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Re: Cosmetics

Post by NVSB4 » Thu Aug 25, 2016 8:09 pm

What you are looking for is called a Deflector Cap in the parts lists.
You don't say what year your Wing is, so can't give the exact part number.
The left side all start with 64300-MN5-000 and the right with 64286-MT2-000, then a 2 letter color code.
Cyclemax calls them Lower Fairing plugs and the chrome ones are here.
At $6 a set for chrome, it sure beats >$20 each for OEM.
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Re: Cosmetics

Post by FM-USA » Sat Aug 27, 2016 5:22 am

They're too small for "Panel Keepers".
I use crystal clear packing tape on troublesome and VERY EXPENSIVE replacement panels.
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