94 goldwing


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94 goldwing

Postby robinwinkeler » Thu Jul 28, 2011 11:31 am



just got bike, theres a little led light on the right side of panel beside air vent dont know what this is. any imformation would be helpful.



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Re: 94 goldwing

Postby WingAdmin » Thu Jul 28, 2011 1:46 pm

Most likely it's an aftermarket item added by a previous owner. You'll have to do a bit of investigation yourself to figure out what it is.

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Re: 94 goldwing

Postby WA9FWT » Thu Jul 28, 2011 2:50 pm

robinwinkeler wrote:just got bike, theres a little led light on the right side of panel beside air vent dont know what this is. any imformation would be helpful.


Also Welcome to the site from Sheboygan WI. As for the red light, that could be a indicator the next payment is due ! :lol: Any way I'm sure your enjoying that new toy..

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Re: 94 goldwing

Postby trike lady » Thu Jul 28, 2011 4:29 pm

It could be a charging system indicator light, some people have these single light monitors units and they change colors to indicate the status of the charging system or its a theft deterrent.
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Re: 94 goldwing

Postby HCMAYHILL » Wed Aug 03, 2011 11:21 pm

I too recently purchased an older GW (Trike), 93 and it also has previous owners additions. Sometimes, finding out what they are for is like finding the prize in a Cracker Jack Box.
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Painted Trailer R/W/B 50 stars & 13 stripes "God Bless America" with 5 branches of military emblems, PGR & Rolling Thunder
Painted Trailer R/W/B 50 stars & 13 stripes "God Bless America" with 5 branches of military emblems, PGR & Rolling Thunder

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Re: 94 goldwing

Postby WA9FWT » Thu Aug 04, 2011 2:54 pm

HCMAYHILL wrote:I too recently purchased an older GW (Trike), 93 and it also has previous owners additions. Sometimes, finding out what they are for is like finding the prize in a Cracker Jack Box.


I see it's your first post, and welcome to this site.Nice looking cycle system you have there.Especially that trailer, it sure stands out in any crowd .

Going to turn my old 1982 A into a trike by adding a Tow-Pac kit soon.

As for a prize in those Cracker Jack Box's, been many a year since I have even seen one .
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Re: 94 goldwing

Postby HCMAYHILL » Thu Aug 04, 2011 3:20 pm

Refering to the Cracker Jack Box, and riding a cycle verifies that I am a 25 year old - locked up in a 68 year old body. And enjoying life to its fullest.

Thanks for the comment on the paint job. My wife and I did it ourselves. It replicates an American Flag with the correct amount of stars and stripes.
It DOES turn heads when we ride, especially when we wear our R/W/B shirts and Eagle adorned helmets.

Next stop - going on a ZIP LINE tour. Yeaaaaaaaaaaaa...

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Re: 94 goldwing

Postby WA9FWT » Thu Aug 04, 2011 3:45 pm

HCMAYHILL wrote:Refering to the Cracker Jack Box, and riding a cycle verifies that I am a 25 year old - locked up in a 68 year old body. And enjoying life to its fullest.

Thanks for the comment on the paint job. My wife and I did it ourselves. It replicates an American Flag with the correct amount of stars and stripes.
It DOES turn heads when we ride, especially when we wear our R/W/B shirts and Eagle adorned helmets.

Next stop - going on a ZIP LINE tour. Yeaaaaaaaaaaaa...


Send us pictures of those Helmets, we all want to see.
That would be a good trend to start, " Just Helmets " Pictures of them that is !

WA9FWT Phil




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